Haunting reverb-drenched indie-pop from a buzzy new LA five-piece, with classically trained singer Holland Belle.
Killing My Lobster Gets a Pre-Nup
The wunderkinds of sketch comedy troupe Killing My Lobster take a comedic bite out of wedding season.
Kronos Presents: Terry Riley Festival
The avant-garde, minimalist pioneer gets a sweet birthday present from longtime collaborators Kronos Quartet: A three-day festival at SFJAZZ devoted to his work and considerable influence.
Color of Life
From survival tactics to mating rituals, a new interactive exhibit at the Academy of Sciences explores the power of color in the natural world.
The raw-edged, hard-touring New York ska band -- known for incorporating heavier political themes into their music -- should pack the room at Slims.
It is, of course, Pride Weekend here in San Francisco, and there are more events, parties, and exhibits than we know what to do with. For starters, check out TransCuba: Photographs by Mariette Pathy Allen at the Rayko Photo Center, and the Frameline Film Festival, which continues this week. The official Pride Parade kicks off Sunday, June 28 at 10:30 am in downtown San Francisco.
And in yet another very Bay Area event, the Grateful Dead are coming to Santa Clara. It's been sold out for quite a while, but if you're one of the lucky ticket-holders and you're wondering what to do with your downtime near the venue, check out our guide to Great America for Deadheads.