Mark your calendars for August 6th, 2021 and grab advance tickets to see Tame Impala, The Strokes, Lizzo, Vampire Weekend, and more perform next year.
Plus, San Francisco removes a Christopher Columbus statue; Ken Fulk has dreamy plans for the Chrysler Building's Cloud Club; and more good news you may have missed this week.
"Black Lives Matter" Horse Ride on Oakland's Skyline Trail, FunCheap
Organized by Brianna Noble, who gained internet fame after attending a BLM protest via horseback in Downtown Oakland recently, Saturday's "Heels Down, Fists Up" protest along Oakland's Skyline Trail brought hundreds of fellow horseback riders seeking to highlight diversity and inclusivity in the equine industry. Read more.
Outside Lands Cancels 2020 Festival, Recruits Lizzo, Tame Impala, Strokes as 2021 Headliners, Rolling Stone
While we're more than bummed that we won't be enjoying a fog- and music-filled weekend in GGP this year, 2021's lineup is looking bright. Read more.
SF Quietly Puts Statue of Genocidal Explorer Into Hiding, Curbed SF
Las week, demonstrators took matters into their own hands and overturned three Golden Gate Park statues of Junipero Serra, Francis Scott Key, and Ulysses S. Grant. Before they could get their hands on the Coit Tower–adjacent Christopher Columbus statue, it was removed by crane and placed in storage at an undisclosed location. Read more.
Ken Fulk Is Reimagining the Chrysler Building's Iconic Cloud Club, Architectural Digest
Famed San Francisco interior designer Ken Fulk has landed his dream gig: transforming the iconic Chrysler Building's high-in-the-sky Cloud Club into "one of the most beautiful rooms in the world," set to open in early 2021. Read more.
Retro diner Orphan Andy's gets modern makeover fit for a global pandemic, SFGate
Clear plastic shower curtains and rainbow decorated three-sided counter sneeze guards create a safe and quirky small-space alternative to the six-feet-distance rule. Read more.