Monday Morning Hangover: An Embarrassment of Riches

As the Summer(ish) months start rolling in, it seems the possibilities for weekend distractions multiply exponentially. This past weekend offered an embarrassment of riches: comedy, music, art and bawdiness abounded.
Gretchen Robinette
Yo La Tengo and the Sic Alps played the Fillmore Saturday and our writer Ian S. Port reviews the show while our photographer captured an amazing set of photos.
Gretchen Robinette
 The Blue Macaw was taken over by Clandestine Burlesque, the Twilight Vixen Revue and Sparkly Devil  for a night of hard rock and hardly dressed dancers for Strip Rock and Roll.

Meanwhile, everyone's favorite cartoon about a milkshake, a carton of fries and a meatball with dubious powers, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, took to the stage in a live incarnation at the Regency Ballroom on Sunday night. Carla Selvin reviews the absurdity.
Hanna Quevedo
And all weekend long, people were invited into the usually private lives of local artists, who opened up their work spaces for visitors during Open Studios in the Mission. Wine, cheese, mingling and - oh, yes!- art, abounded.

As much as one hates to paraphrase their fifth grade teacher, with so much shit to do in this city, we have to say: If you're bored, than you're boring.

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