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Both the Tenderloin and Oakland locations of PianoFight will be closing permanently on March 18, but the scheduled SF SketchFest and other shows will continue until then.
At the intersection of Turk and Hyde where the famed Blackhawk jazz nightclub once stood, the Noah Frank Quartet played at a small, low-key gathering this past Saturday, as part of the ongoing Grace Notes Festival.
San Francisco’s Hyde Street Studios has been around since 1969, starting out as a recording and production studio. Now, the jewel of the Tenderloin is officially a Legacy Business.
The large Day of the Dead procession will be virtual this year because of lingering pandemic concerns, but a few small gatherings will dot the Mission and the Tenderloin.
Flyaway Productions will perform a free aerial dance performance on the outside of buildings in the heart of the Tenderloin this weekend, in an effort to spotlight the impacts of mass incarceration.
The Tenderloin and Lower Polk First Thursday Art Walk returns this week for the first time since March 2020, featuring local art at small businesses throughout the neighborhood.
Artist Rik Lee Leipold is celebrating their first museum show, and will host an artist talk and live resin casting of a pothole outside of the Tenderloin Museum on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
A street festival celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) cuisine and arts will be held in the Tenderloin on Saturday, May 29.
Former Blue Lamp bartender and author Rachel Kushner will headline a virtual event this week to remember the storied Tenderloin dive known for its live music.
An exhibit designed to amplify the voices of local veterans will be on display at the Walt Disney Museum starting tomorrow.
The team behind PianoFight is launching a virtual venue this week with a fundraising event that aims to let attendees mingle and interact safely from their own homes.
After years of covertly filling Tenderloin sidewalk crevices with resin and found objects, Rik Lee Leipold has received funding to install more long-lasting work in the neighborhood's streets.
PianoFight is expanding to Oakland despite continued uncertainty over when live audiences will be back in either of its locations.