San Francisco’s newest music festival debuts with great electronic music sets — and crowd safety concerns
The first-ever Portola Music Festival — the two-day concert series that was held this past weekend on Pier 80 — included outstanding performances from famous acts like Charli XCX and Flume, but the festival's high points were kicked down a notch due to long lines and dangerous crowd conditions.
San Francisco’s hit Greek restaurant is about a month away from opening its biggest location in the city. Souvla has taken over the large space at 2505 Third Street in the Dogpatch, formerly Magnolia's brewery.
Coming off a two-year hiatus spurred by the pandemic, the San Francisco Art Book Fair (SFABF) at Minnesota Street Project will debut this Thursday, July 14, to the public — allowing local, national, and international publishers to exhibit their works to an estimated 50,000-plus visitors over four days.
Coachella festival organizers bringing a major music festival to Pier 80, with the Chemical Brothers and M.I.A.
Grammy winners Flume, Chemical Brothers, M.I.A, and Fatboy Slim are coming to SF’s newest music festival, though the Portola Music Festival will be located more in Dogpatch.
Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous changes owners in Dogpatch, will become Sunday Social (and keep the ice cream)
Well-loved, 11-year-old Dogpatch ice cream shop Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous (699 22nd St.) is remaining open as an ice cream shop, however its co-founder and owner, Annabelle Topacio, has sold it to a new owner, and its name will be changing to Sunday Social come October.
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The 55th Super Bowl kicks off this Sunday with the Kansas City Chiefs aiming to defend their title against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Looking for some food and libation options to enjoy while watching the game at home? From hearty brisket slider kits to Spanish-influenced snack packages, we’ve got you covered.
The past seven months have encouraged San Franciscans to reacquaint themselves with city parks — and now, there’s a new one to explore that even includes an accessible beach and two-acre grassy lawn.