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Rain didn’t dampen the new year spirit over the weekend as participants and onlookers alike converged on downtown to celebrate the 2023 Alaska Airlines Chinese New Year Parade on Saturday night.
San Francisco's Chinese New Year Festival and Parade made its “roaring” return after a forced pandemic pause last year.
Open bar has been a long-forgotten indulgence amidst the pandemic, but leave it to the Sisters to bring it back for their Pride prom.
You’ll need a vaccination card for admission to the newly reopened Feinstein’s, but the Hotel Nikko’s cabaret theater has booked stars worth getting the shot for.
One San Francisco cineplex will reopen this weekend for the true movie theater experience, but with no concessions, small crowds, and of course masks required.
“It’s harmful emotionally to the artists," said Veterans Alley founder Amos Gregory. "This helped them heal, and now it’s causing new pain.”
Created by artists quarantined at home, the ad-hoc show may ultimately be "a time capsule of this moment in history," says the museum's director.
The celebration was slightly quieter this year due to fears over the coronavirus, but thousands still turned out.
Looking for fun, entertaining music events to check out in San Francisco this week? Here are top picks with dates, times, locations and ticket links.
Neighborhood vendors are offering a number of opportunities to pick up locally sourced holiday gifts over the next few days.
Female composers and conductors are still rare in the opera world. But SF local Nicole Paiement is aiming to change that, starting with a woman-led 'Little Prince.'
The longtime adult theater—and only regular male strip revue in San Francisco—is heading into the sunset.
Classically trained baritone Erik Chalfant talks about his two stage personas and his love for the Castro.