More than 5,000 bicyclists shut down the street of San Francisco on Friday night for the 20th anniversary of Critical Mass. What once started as a group of cyclists who met up at Justin Herman Plaza in an effort to reclaim public space has spread across cities all over the U.S.
The Devil Made Me View It on Monday evenings is an interactive and free movie night at The Red Devil Lounge (located at 1695 Polk Street in Nob Hill), where patrons get to vote on and choose which film is played. Guests will decide between three film selections (all genres, ranging from comedies, musicals, thrillers, and more) through an online poll on Facebook.
Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco’s biggest celebration of all things kinky, is back Sunday with a party for freaky friends of fetish, leather and rubber attire.
We spotted Robin in the Financial District on an unusually warm (for San Francisco) afternoon wearing this delightful combination of baroque paisley-pattern leggings, cut-off jean shorts, undershirt, granny-style knitted sweater, bold tribal-inspired jewelry pieces, and these fabulous John Fluevog ankle boots with bead embellishment on the laces.
The legendary North Beach comedy club the Purple Onion will close after a final performance on September 24 when its lease expires, ending a long history of comedy at the club that has hosted emerging acts and some of the top names in the industry since the 1950s.
Today marks the first installment in a new series reporting on the city’s baristas, the coffee shops in which they work, and the neighborhoods where they reside. In 49 small square miles, San Francisco is comprised of many different neighborhoods, each with their own unique flavor.
Over the weekend, festival goers enjoyed sunshine and lots of chocolate at Ghiradelli Square’s 17th Annual Chocolate Festival, which kicked of early saturday and continued through Sunday afternoon with chocolate tastings, chef demonstrations and live entertainment.