10-Apr-2018 (Tue)
Wherein we crave validation.

The SF Weekly Best of SF poll is up again, so vote for us, won't you?

Relevant categories include: Best Dance Party, Best Dance Club, Best Live Theatre (Hubba Hubba Revue or Mortified), Best Live Music Venue, Best Late Nite Bite and Best Pizza.

Some upcoming events of note: we just added a last-minute Peelander-Z show, which you really should not miss. Also we're doing another Star Wars party!

Hubba Hubba: Cartoon Funhouse
Fri, Apr 13th
Peelander-Z
Fri, Apr 20th
Turbo Drive: Das Mörtal
Wed Apr 25th
May The Fourth Be With You
Fri (wait for it) May 4th
Some recent photo galleries:

Turbo Drive: Sung + Lucy in Disguise
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13 Responses:

  1. nightbirdSF says:

    After today, isn't it time to close your Facebook accounts?

    • jwz says:

      Much as I despise Facebook, do you think my interests are served by suddenly having ZERO ADVERTISING? Because I don't. That sounds like a great way to have even fewer customers and be out of business even sooner.

      • nightbirdSF says:

        Really, the DNA's fate is now tied to Fuckersperg? So when he takes that final dive, the DNA does too?

        • jwz says:

          Advertising anywhere that is not Facebook simply does not work. We keep trying and keep getting nowhere.

          We hear that from other promoters and venues, too: everyone says "Yeah we only advertise on Facebook. Nothing else does any good."

          I hate that this is the case. A lot.

        • Michael says:

          Not really tied in the sense of «if Facebook actually goes down»; the attention spent on Facebook won't just disappear, it might even get redistributed to something better.

      • nightbirdSF says:

        I want to see Facebook gone. But now I have to admit that will come at a high price.

  2. Patrick says:

    How is Peelander Z not the headline of this post? I have been waiting for this opportunity for so damn long.

  3. Andrew Klossner says:

    SF Weekly's captcha is refreshing: check the "I am not a robot" box and you're done. No need to identify objects in blurry photos.

    • jwz says:

      It's the same style of Captcha that does the blurry photo thing. Sometimes they ask and sometimes they don't. In general, if it does not ask for photos, that means that your browser is leaking more private, uniquely-identifiable information rather than less.

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