Hi All: As you may well have noticed, my blog ain't what it used to be. I'm leaving it fallow for a bit, but will post super amazing things if they slip the attention of the other awesome events blogs that are giving the SF public all they need in terms of quality event details. There are links at the right to these. SF Funcheap being numero uno (congrats Johnny!). Scoutmob, Bold Italic, 7x7, Seaweed Sway, and countless others have moved onto the events scene with resources and passion and great bandwidth, so let them guide your way and go take advantage of this amazing city. Thanks for a great 4.5 years!


It's spring, meaning the city has a sick amount of events coming up. Get outdoors, and look back here for more events.

Thurs 4/19:
  • Matt Haney for School Board fundraiser soul dance party 6.30-9.30pm reception then DJ all night Sloane 1525 Mission/11th

Weekend: go to FunCheap, ScoutMob, and the Guardian all have great stuff posted: El Rio 4/20 fundraiser, Cesar Chavez Day parade, Free National Parks Day, etc! Go enjoy this fabulous weather.


Wed 4/4:
  • Precious screens 7pm Mission Cultural Center 2868 Mission/24th. Intense first film of their April free film series

Thurs 4/5:

  • Etsy seed bomb class 6-8pm Museum of Cultural and Folk Art 3rd/Mission/Yerba Buena Lane $10


Take to the streets and take care of business this month! Move forward, collaborate, explore. That is all the new-age wisdom I have for March.

Thurs, March 22:
  • INFORUM's 21st Century Award presents: Dave Eggers 7pm Herbst Theatre Van Ness/McAllister $10-25 (more for fancy premium seating and reception). Awesome local dude who's made international change

Friday, March 23 (too lazy for links):

  • Peer Resources benefit 4-6pm El Rio Mission/Precita. All bar tabs go to this great org
  • Alite party! 5-8pm Mariposa/Bryant
  • Art Explosion open studios 7-11pm 17th/Alabama

Saturday, March 24:

  • Sour Floor 1,000 loaves celebration 1-4pm Esperanza Garden 685 Florida


March 16-18: Being rain-lazy: Scoutmob has fun stuff and details listed for this weekend. Funcheap has all your St.Paddy's listings listed. Put on your galoshes and go do things!


Fri 2:
  • BarBot2012 8pm-12am PariSoma 169 11th/Natoma $15. ROBOTS POUR YOU DRINKS! Also Saturday
Sat 3:
  • SF History Expo 11am-4pm Old Mint 88 5th/Mission free, donations welcome. Such a nerdy good time, learning about our fair city's history. Also Sunday
  • Classical Revolution plays 6-7.30pm Brava Theatre 24th/York free
  • BarBot2012 8pm-12am PariSoma 169 11th/Natoma $15. ROBOTS POUR YOU DRINKS!

Sun 4:

  • Asian Art Museum be free 10am-5pm McAllister/Larkin
  • SF History Expo 11am-4pm Old Mint 88 5th/Mission free, donations welcome. Such a nerdy good time

Mon 5:

  • 50% off Community Thrift 17th/Valencia!

Thurs 8, Fri 9, Sat 10:

Sun 11:


Every year, the fabulously short month of February brings with it opportunity to try out something new for only a 28 day commitment. This year we have 29 days to be fabulous and do fabulous things. Go rock the city! (with help from DNA lounge 11th/Folsom who's giving away free coffee every day this month 6am-10am. Don't forget to tip!)

Last few days of NoisePop! Plus, has hella stuff listed. Kudos!

Thurs Feb 23:
  • Benefit party for Garden for the Environment! presented by Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council 6-9pm 111 Minna/2nd $5. Live music, free drinks to early birds, raffle prizes, nibbles, fun

Fri Feb 24:

  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra plays 11pm Clift Hotel Geary/Taylor free w/RSVP doors 9pm!

Sat Feb 25:

  • Punk Rock swap meet 1-6pm Speakeasy Brewery 1195 Evans. Music, fashion, cheap good beer, and food for sale

Sun Feb 26:

  • Benefit for Nigel from Eatwell Farm 5-9pm Tacolicious 741Valencia/19th $45 (or more, generous people!). Help him beat cancer by eating delicious food/drinking delicious drinks

Mon Feb 27:

Wed Feb 29:

  • 29% off Cole Hardwares around town!
  • Nibble samples off new menu 5-10pm Sneaky's BBQ at Rebel Bar 1760 Market/Valencia
  • Richard Prelinger's "Lost Landscapes" screens 7.30pm CounterPulse 1310 Mission/9th

Thurs March 1:

  • Human Rights Film Fest presents "Salaam Dunk" 7.30pm YBCA 3rd/Mission $6/$8. Doc about Iraqi girls basketball

Thurs Feb 16:
  • INFORUM presents: SF's Hottest Culinary Crew 6.30pm Commonwealth Club 595 Market/2nd $7/15/25. Yum!

Sat Feb 18:

  • Grand opening party! 8am-7pm Roll SF Bicycles 275 Rhode Island/16th. Food, drinks, and prizes

Sun Feb 19:

  • Warren Hellman HSB memorial concert extravaganza at Ocean Beach. Wow.
-----I defer to and The Guardian On the Cheap for fun heart-themed VD events this weekend and next week. Recommended: puppy kissing, Bardot A-Go-Go, BeerWeek, hiking, comedy.... Th 2:
  • First Thursdays art crawl downtown. Check FecalFace link at right for info!
  • Etsy Craft Bar makes/breaks your heart 6-8pm Museum of Craft and Folk Art Yerba Buena Lane/3rd/Mission $5 for supplies and instruction
Fri 3:
  • Art in the Basement group show of Sports Basement employee talents 5-8pm 1590 Bryant/15th
  • New show up! 6.30-9.30pm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th. Snacks and sips and sensational art!
Sat 4:
  • Mission Arts Performance Project 1pm kids stuff 5pm older crowd during this Mission art crawl. Pick up your MAPP at Red Poppy 23rd/Folsom
Sun 5:
  • Asian Art Museum be free 10am-5pm Larkin/McAllister
Mon 6:
  • Community Thrift is 50% off today! Valencia/17th. Vintage that supports local charities
  • Drive screens 7.30pm doors Independent 628 Divis/Hayes. Free with '2 drink min' 21+
  • Breathe Owl Breathe and Laura Gibson and more croon 8.30pm doors Bottom of the Hill 17th/Missouri $12
Tues 7:
  • Most museums around town be free today
  • Green Drinks 5.30-9pm 111 Minna/2nd. Network/hit on other greenies. Free in general, but $10 to speed date
Wed 8:
  • Aphrodesia After Hours 6-10pm Conservatory of Flowers GG Park JFK/Stanyan $10/$7 members and $5 drinks (by Cocktail Lab and Comrades Brewing!). Jazz, photobooth, choco-talks and tastings by TCHO
Th 9:
  • Bold Italic "Mid-Riff" block tour 6-8pm 6th/Market. Lots of cool art spaces and businesses open foLinkr you to explore
  • David Campos rally 6-9pm Blue Macaw Mission/22nd
  • Gardens and Villa play 10pm Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $12


Reggae month.

Keep coming back for more events!

Sports Basement has 20% off most everything til it snows! Waiting for winter....

Wed 18:
  • $1 drafts of Radeburger and Racer for Rosamunde's bday Mission/24th
  • "International Juried Plastic Camera Show" 6pm RayKo Photo Center 428 Third/Harrison. "The best images from the worst cameras"
  • Save KUSF event 7-10pm Wix Lounge 3169 Mission/22nd
  • Nerd Nite 7.30pm Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $8. Ice cream, streetcar suburb, and antibody engineering
  • Awesome garage rock benefit 8pm doors Mezzanine 5th/Mission/Jessie $10. Shannon and the Clams, Ty Segall, and more

Th 19:

  • Brazil in the 60s photo opening 5pm-late 111 Minna/2nd. Pretty pictures of gorgeous people

Fri 20:

  • Occupy Wall Street West mobilizations and art/music-fest 6am-night 101 Market
  • Beyond the Blaze: Fire relief benefit 6.30-10pm St. Cyprian's 2097 Turk/Lyon $12/$15. Awesome food, music, drinks, raffle
  • Save KUSF benefit 9pm-late Bender's S.Van Ness/19th $5-10

Sat 21:

  • Gathering for Women's Rights 11am-1pm Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Bldg. Join artists, musicians, activists, and everyday folks to protect our rights
  • Chalk screens 2pm Main Library Grove/Larkin. Doc about pool + justice
  • FoodSocial 5-10pm Wix Lounge 3169 Mission/22nd. Yum street food vendor gathering, grub for sale, gotta RSVP
Sun 22:
  • Seasonal plant sale 12-5pm Hayes Valley Farm 450 Laguna/Fell. Chard it up
  • Undercover presents.....Nick Drake's Pink Moon 7.30pm doors Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell/Van Ness $15/20. Hella bands perform the songs of this album
Tu 24:
  • State of the Union address 6pm. Gobama
  • The Inspired Vegan book party 7.30-9pm Museum of African Diaspora 685 Mission/3rd $15. Bryant Terry makes you crave plantlife
Wed 25:
  • SanFraNOLA 6pm Public Works 161 Erie/13th/Mission free. Celebrate SF and New Orleans with jambalaya and Lagniappe brass band

Fri 27:

  • Cello show at Music Community Center 550 Capp/20th free
  • Arty party and sale 6.30-9.3opm Secession Art & Design 3361 Mission/30th. Sips, nibbles, and 20% off
  • American Tripps ping pong 7pm-late Secret Alley Capp/17th $5
------------------------------------------------------- Link Thurs 5th:
  • 1st Thursday Art Crawl downtown: Check FecalFace link at right for details
  • Fox & Woman + Driftwood Singers + The Traveling Kind play Amnesia 853 Valencia/20th $7

Fri 6:

  • "Lunch Break" interactive exhibit 11.30am-1.30pm MoMA 3rd/Mission. Pop up Rice Paper Scissors and art about lunch breaks
  • "Kicking Ass" class/happy hour 4-6pm El Rio Mission/Precita. Self defense and drinks
  • Art Murmur in Oakland! Grass Widow plays 9pm at Uptown for free amongst all the other cool art and community events
  • "Taking Stock" exhibit opening 6.30-8.30pm Z Space 450 Florida/Mariposa. Food packaging art study! Then meander south to....
  • "Working Conditions" closing reception 7-9pm SoEx 20th/Florida. Cool show displaying art of labor and process
  • Art party and concert 7-10pm Wix Lounge 3169 22nd/Mission

Sat 7:

Sun 8:

  • Asian Art Museum be free 10am-5pm Larkin/McAllister
  • Girls only clothing swap and salon 2-6pm Wix Lounge 3169 22nd/Mission


Th 12:

  • Olentangy John and more play 9pm Hotel Utah 500 4th/Bryant $7. Folk-tacular
Fri 13:
  • "We Dream in the Daytime Too" exhibit opening 7-10pm Photobooth 1193 Valencia/23rd
  • American Tripps Berlin ping pong 8.30pm-late D-Structure 520 Haight/Fillmore $5
National Parks are free during MLK, Jr Weekend! Go to Yosemite!

Sat 14:
  • Good Food Awards Marketplace 8am-2pm Ferry Bldg (beer garden 11am-2pm) $5-$15. Taste the culinary wonders of the Bay Area!
  • Last Days of Discolandia: KUSF and soul dance party 9pm-2am Cyclecide Swearhouse 1660 Jerrold/3rd $10

Sun 15:

  • Seaweed Sway Showcase featuring Assateague + Trails & Ways + Susanne Vallie 7.30pm doors Makeout Room 3225 22nd/Mission $8-10
Mon 16: Tu 17:
  • "Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock" screens 5.45pm Main Library Larkin/Grove. Civil rights legend documentary
  • Old Mint tour 7.30pm 88 Fifth/Mission $5. Architecture and history dorks unite!