Here’s the deal:
A CELEBRATION OF DAVID BOWIE AND PRINCE
w/ live sets by Controversy and Queen Bitch
$10 w/ costume, $12 w/o
The year 2016 took two amazing artists from us. Let’s start 2017 with a celebration of their music at Rickshaw Stop. Featuring members of North American Scum, Debased, Super Diamond, Bang On, Suburban Robots, King Crow and more bringing you your favorite Prince and David Bowie songs live!
Only $10 if you come dressed as Bowie or Prince!
Can’t wait! RSVP and invite your friends and get advance tickets!
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Mule Gallery is the place. Reception is Friday, January 6th, 6-9pm. Here’s the deal:
Colorful Streets is an exhibition of color photographs taken in the streets of San Francisco. The show features candid snapshots of everyday life and its absurdities in the downtown neighborhoods.
Troy Holden is a photographer who focuses his camera on the Mid-Market area of San Francisco. Since 2011, he’s been taking daily walks looking for interesting faces and interactions in the crowded streets. His work has been featured in Juxtapoz, American Photo, and Hamburger Eyes.
RSVP and invite your friends. Show runs through February 24th.
Two nights, TONS of Bowie, at the Chapel right here in the Mission. And it sounds epic. Here are the specifics on Friday night:
The world’s only Bowie Worship Band will perform the seminal 1972 concept album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars! Reverent Father Lysol Tony-Romeo and some of San Francisco’s most eclectic drag artists will tell the Parable of Ziggy with a theatrical Silversexual Spectacular performed to live music!
Doors open at 8:30pm with a DJ spinning glam rock gold!
With mirrors and a place for you to get in fabulous face! Confess your most sinful stories to a real Bowie Reverend in the Silversexual Confession Booth!
At 10:30 the First Church performs the complete Ziggy Stardust album with interpretive drag and theatrical performance!
Then at midnight, a special Blasphemous Mass bringing you Silversexual rites and rituals to live music! Get Blessed by Bowie!
Our pal Ticklefight explains:
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Well there’s Rice Paper Scissors’s annual New Years Day Brunch, which I’ve raved about many times before. (But it’s not in the Mission this time.) Just check out part of the menu:
Parker House Pork Buns
cultured butter, char siu, and quince in a naturally leavened Parker rolls (made by baker K. Bayle)
napa cabbage kraut, ginger, and cilantro, served with red vinegar and tamari.
Fried Imperial rolls
fried rice paper rolls with taro and woodear mushrooms. served with mint, cilantro and fermented chili dipping sauce. vegan, gluten-free.
crispy rice cakes made with daikon, Chinese sausage and dried shrimp.
Breakfast Banh Mi
two fried eggs and housemade sausage patties with housemade pate, mayo, daikon pickles, cucumbers and cilantro
Check out the rest of the menu (and RSVP and invite your friends) here.
And then also, there’s a new Mission tradition (hopefully) happening for the first time… it’s the WesBurger n’ More New Years Day Hangover Helper! Here’s a portion of the menu:
Beverages (all brought to the table)
Tex Mex Micheladas (2)
Dolores Greyhounds – Lo-Fi Gentian Amaro and Fresh Grapefruit Juice (2)
XL Bottle of Topo Chico
Personal French press coffees (2)
Chips, Queso, & Salsa
Cevichaladas – ceviche+michelada
Wowee! How 2 decide?????? Maybe can do both??? More info on Wes’s party here.