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La Promenade: a Piece of Paris on the Pacific

The jetsetter in me is a little disappointed that, when times get tough, I can’t simply pull a classic Blair Waldorf/Serena van der Woodsen...

YACHT Brings 80’s Throwback to the Independent

Brigid Behrens Staff Writer   In the intimate ballroom of The Independent, YACHT slayed their show with flying colors, with an opener from French Vanilla. YACHT put...

Paz de La Calzada Rolls Out the Carpet

Victoria Hunt and Ben Lazar Staff Writers   Wondering what the carpet is in Kalmanovitz Hall? The Foghorn talked with the artist behind the meticulous mats, Paz...

Interview With Nate Zuercher From Judah and The Lion

Once upon a time, a few college kids from Nashville, Tenn. started a small folk band. This band would skyrocket into fame as Judah...

The Best of Boba

From salted caramel cookie dough with extra boba to a classic milk tea with light boba, there are lots of ways to go when...

Beyond Local: SF Indie Fest Serves Film With a Purpose

Compared to our artistic and cultural rival to the south, San Francisco’s film scene is neither as glamorous nor lucrative as Hollywood. But when...

DJ Competitors Fight to Bring the Ruckus to Donaroo

The usually quiet seating area of the Grind Down erupted into blasting music and cheers on Feb. 1 as the Campus Activities Board hosted...

Fetty at the Fillmore

“What the f*ck is up, San Francisco?” echoed multiple times throughout the Fillmore on Feb. 1. Fetty Wap and his many openers, all who...

Hippo Can’t Get Enough

Inside the Fillmore on the night of Jan. 23, red and blue lights swept over the sold-out pit of people chanting, “We want Hippo...

“12 Strong” is a Worse Disaster Than the War on Terror

The music in “12 Strong” (subtitled “The Declassified True Story of the Horse Soldiers”) acts in the same way that a laugh track acts...