Treasure Island Music Festival came to an iPhone-friendly close last weekend with a jaw-dropping sunset on Sunday evening. A testament to the young festival’s flexibility, San Francisco’s satellite island supported both an Explosions in the Sky rock conflagration as well as a nostalgia-inducing tour with Death Cab for Cutie on its closing night.
With the lights of its iconic Ferris wheel splashing across the Bay, Treasure Island will reclaim the entertainment spotlight this weekend. For two days, the artificial isle off San Francisco proper will again play host to Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF), a small-scale bonanza of just-left-of-mainstream rock and dance
San Francisco’s Outside Lands music festival wrapped up its fourth iteration last weekend, transforming the photo-ready Golden Gate Park into a vibrant hub for feather-sporting teens and toddler-toting ‘hip’ parents alike.
The fraternity Kappa Sigma will host the Save the Music Benefit Concert on Thursday, Dec. 2, bringing Talisman, The Sea People and Stanford Hip Hop Congress to Old Union for a Dead Week music interlude.
The age of the bromance isn’t over yet for the four dudes of Seattle’s Mad Rad.
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 17, “Gaieties 2010: The Last Temptation of Cal” promises to top the Dalai Lama, if its trailer is to be believed.
For their fall show, the Stanford student sketch comedy group Robber Barons has opted to tackle the tragedies of a more obscure minority group: the few, the proud and the whiny that suffer as privileged youth.
Intermission spoke with Lang, who is returning to campus tonight for the first time since 1987, on his student life and following career.