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
Click here to read “Books From Banned Countries Part I: Iran“ Some places have attained an almost mythical space within their communities. When the community is made of up of avid readers, specifically ones of Arabic literature, al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad is a popular hangout. Quite by chance, this piece will run
The survey conducted on America’s Museum staffs exposed a real problem. Our museums and centers of art and culture are not reflecting our communities in the flesh. But there is good news…
Animated show Bob’s Burgers was created in the Mission. Artist Sirron Norris was the show’s lead illustrator and now his work is being wiped off the very street that inspired the show.