Alex Mak - Managing Editor
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet artist Justin Teisl, and see his work at the SFWA Gallery April 4th – May 6th. Name: Justin Teisl
RoboGames is the “Olympics of Robotics”! Bringing together the world’s top engineers and hobbyists to compete in more than 55 events all weekend long. Come see robots battle in the arena, play soccer, and create the perfect cocktail! Come hangout and see tons of amazing feats of engineering and design as
You may have heard the story of the senior citizen who got a ticket from SF Police for eating pizza at a bus stop this March. Kelley Cutler, a human rights organizer for the Coalition on Homelessness often helps vulnerable citizens deal with these ‘quality of life citations’. She tweeted about
A few weeks ago someguy put up a piece of art on Division Street. The piece hit home because it was a solemn reminder of the tent city that used to occupy that space in San Francisco, the homeless encampment that has since been dispersed. The tents were confiscated by the city and the homeless were forced off the busy street, but the people and their tents didn’t simply disappear, they are now scattered on side alleys and streets that are more hidden from view.
Members of Indivisible SF and MoveOn.org are holding a funeral for “politics as usual” outside Senator Dianne Feinstein’s San Francisco office at 1 Post Street in downtown San Francisco. Facebook Event HERE On Tuesday, March 28th from 12pm-1pm members of Indivisible SF and MoveOn.org will rally at Senator Feinstein’s downtown San
There’s a surprising amount of great art in that area of the city, carved into the courtyards, entryways, and byways of the high-rises.
The feeling of relief, camaraderie, jubilance, and hope in the air was palpable. I walked down Market St. in the freezing rain with some of my favorite people, danced in the window of Luggage Store Gallery, took turns swigging booze from a flask, and ended up in Chinatown.