by Michael Flanagan
When Bob Ostertag takes the stage at the SF Eagle on Friday May 27, he brings with him a resumé that many performers could envy.
From the very beginnings of his career in the 1970s and '80s, he worked with innovators like Fred Frith (now on the faculty of Mills College) and John Zorn. A planned collaboration with David Wojnarowicz became a collaboration with Kronos Quartet, "Bob Ostertag: All the Rage" which included sound from a riot which occurred in San Francisco after Pete Wilson vetoed AB101 (a bill that would have made discrimination against lesbians and gay men illegal in California). (read more)
Whether you're checking outta town for the Memorial Day Weekend holiday, or immersing yourself in local sun & fog (sog?), here are some memorable nightlife and daytime party options, including a merry influx of live bands. (read more)
A festive fundraiser gala for Young Actors' Theatre Camp, the unique musical theatre and film workshop series for kids 8 to 18, included... (read more)