Whether you just want a mini dose of Outside Lands or you're dying for a solid reason to stay up way past bedtime, don't miss the chance to score tickets to 16 late-night shows just announced by OSL.
Plus, Michelin Guide honors 20 local restaurants with Bib Gourmand status, and more tasty news to send your mouths watering into the weekend.
At Long Last, the Michelin Guide Announces Bib Gourmands for California in 2021, Eater SF
It's only fitting that 20 of California's 45 new Bib Gourmands—think Horn Barbecue, Routier, and Dumpling House—are located in the Bay Area. Read more.
'BOOgle!' pranksters wrap Google's SF office park in Spirit Halloween signage, SF Examiner
For a brief two hours, artist slash prankster extraordinaire Danielle Baskin's Sprit Halloween store banner shrouded the signage at Google's vacant Embarcadero campus. Read more.
Outside Lands Announces 16 Extra Night Shows; SFist
If you're not down to commit to a full day (or three) to hearing music in GGP—or want to keep the tunes going post festival—then don't skip intimate evening shows by the likes of Kaytranada, Rüfüs Du Sol, and Marc E. Bassy at venues around the Bay. Read more.
A rediscovered tape archive captures the Bay Area folk music scene of the 1960s, Datebook
Drawing from 40ish hours of '60s era recordings by Alan Oakes, "The Village Out West: The Lost Tapes of Alan Oakes" explores folk music at the Berkeley Folk Music Festival, Freight & Salvage, and beyond. Read more.
After epic battles, S.F. poised to make JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park car-free for good, SF Chronicle
While things aren't official yet, residents can share their thoughts on different options for the future of JFK drive—including a permanent car-free setup. Read more.