Guest post by Arjanna van der Plas What did you experience the last time you encountered a homeless person? I often ask this question to my friends, and to be fair, it’s not their favorite conversation topic. Most of them report experiencing a mix of sadness, anger, guilt and fear. Rather
How does the shortest month of the year do any justice to celebrate such a rich culture? It doesn’t, we just have to jam pack centuries of awesome people, ideas, moments, and inventions into 28 (sometimes 29) days. Speaking of inventions, many great minds are idolized during Black History Month,
I never watch awards shows. Never. My spouse and my in-laws watch that shit on the reg. But, I have never invested any time or effort into watching awards shows because if the award ain’t going to me, what’s the point? This year I had a special interest in the
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. Sadly, San Francisco Ballet’s thrilling production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein comes and goes all too quickly. The show, which opened last weekend, closes this weekend. If you hurry, you can still see Frankenstein at the War Memorial Opera House
No matter if you’re a film junkie, indie elitist or you cling onto every review from Rotten Tomatoes, you’ll either watch the Oscars or hear endlessly about who won what. Cinema has been everything from entertainment to an escape for millions of movie-goers for over 100 years. Whether your preference
Holy smokes! Here we are with Weird & Wonderful w/ Broke-Ass Stuart ep. 6! Can you believe we’ve already done 6 episodes? I’m sure you’ve already listened to the first 5 and you’re just drooling for this one. Well luckily for you, this one is absolutely worthy of drooling over.
Well it’s that time of year again. The Noise Pop Festival is celebrating its 25th year (holy smokes!) and because of that they’ve added one last really cool FREE event to the lineup, the Sunday Smorgasbord. And even to my cranky jaded self it sounds pretty fucking cool. Here’s the rundown