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The vast green space provides San Franciscans and visitors with room to picnic, bicycle, hike, row, and many more outdoor pursuits.
w/ DJs Ken, Naomi, Dave, & Hep Jen, on JFK Drive between 8th & 10th Aves. (weather permitting)
Hep Jen steers beginners through the basics of this popular dance style; meet at JFK Drive (between Eighth and 10th aves.) in Golden Gate Park.
w/ Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, John Craigie, Heather Normandale, CelloJoe, more.
w/ Paul McCartney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Kaskade, Vampire Weekend, Pretty Lights, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, D'Angelo, The Nationa...
Good news for fans of Outside Lands: The city of S.F. is considering a contract extension that would keep the music festival in Golden Gate Park until 2021, and would allow even more people to attend.... More »
See also: * The Best of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass: Friday, Oct. 5 * The Best of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Sunday, Oct. 7 * Slideshow: Onstage at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass * Slideshow: The Faces of H... More »
See also: * The Best of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass: Saturday, Oct. 6 * The Best of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Sunday, Oct. 7 * Slideshow: Onstage at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass * Slideshow: The Faces of... More »
The folks over at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass are such teases! They've been leaking the lineup for this year's free festival one song medley at a time since late July. And now, it looks like we've got t... More »
Of course headliners like Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Stevie Wonder, Skrillex, Foo Fighters, Sigur Rós, and Metallica are exciting. But for its fifth edition, Outside Lands packed all three afternoons with a huge array of new and old artists... More »
You'll miss it if you're not paying attention, nestled as it is between the rollerblading, swing-dancing hordes of Kennedy Drive and the leafy dignity of the museum campus, but turn at the right moment and there they are: the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote and his trusty squire, Sancho Panza, done up in elaborate finery and kneeling faithfully before a bust of ... wait, Cervantes? Oh, right. Their pointy-bearded, ruff-collared creator gazes back down at them in beatific bemusement, no doubt... More »
Al fresco sex is tricky to come by in any big city. There simply aren't enough secluded spaces to get it on without being carried off by the cops. But San Francisco is blessed with one of the largest urban parks in the country, where there is no shortage of sublime spots for lovebirds to enjoy a quickie in between catching a show at the de Young Museum and riding on the carousel. For romantics, the area behind the Conservatory of Flowers provides floral bowers for sweet-scented clinches.... More »
Just this side of the Dutch windmill at the western end of Golden Gate Park is a lovely, misty glade just perfect for making believe you're in Sherwood Forest, where joints of mutton trump shiitake risotto and an unwavering skill with quiver and bow is a matter of life and death. At one end of this tree-enclosed, daisy-dappled lawn, backed by a gentle slope and a low forest, are nine bales of hay reinforced with wooden slats and metal tubing. Wannabe Sir Robins are invited to affix... More »
No, we're not talking about the stranger-than-fiction final days of the Examiner. To see the most tragic bit of old Hearst wreckage it's necessary to take a walk in Golden Gate Park, where, at the main entrance to the Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Garden, stonemasons have cut ancient blocks of limestone to fashion a fountain, walkway, and raised planter bed for the new library terrace garden. Meanwhile, across the park at the National AIDS Memorial Grove, workers have been laying fluted... More »
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