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15 Jun 2017

Punk Rock Photos from SF’s Better & Worse Times

By Sarah C Brady Nostalgic for the grittier, bygone San Francisco? Upcoming exhibit, Jim Jocoy: Order of Appearance, transports viewers back to a raw moment in SF history, when stateside punk was being birthed in local dives. Jim Jocoy, a Korean-born and Bay Area-based artist, has photographed the likes of

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14 Jun 2017

Backstage for La Bohème at the San Francisco Opera

Backstage is humming with activity at the San Francisco Opera House. There are three separate operas to prepare for and mere days to get ready. That’s three separate casts, stage designs, musical scores, and hundreds of different costumes, props, lighting sequences, and stage movements all preparing for the spotlight in

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13 Jun 2017

Thanks to the Warriors Everyone Gets a FREE Taco

OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE.  HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM   Did you wake up this morning and say, “Golly, I could really go for an orange colored taco…but I don’t think I have one dollar and forty nine cents in my pocket”?  Because that’s

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01 Jun 2017

What’s Good in San Francisco this June

Here are the dope Events going down in SF & Oak this June 2017 Fri-Sun June 2 – 4 Comedy Central’s Colossal Clusterfest It’s the Outside Lands of Comedy, for 3 days the best comedians in the world will take over the Civic Center and Bill Graham auditorium.  Burr, Seinfeld, Hart, the broads

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25 May 2017

Airbnb Employees Speak Out About Company Bullying Tactics & ‘Toxic’ Work Environment

According to current and former employees, the corporate culture at Airbnb has become ‘toxic’ over the last year.  In 2015, Glassdoor ranked the company as the #1 place to work, in 2017 that ranking dropped to 35th, and many employees are speaking out.  A person who has worked in Airbnb’s Food Department

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19 May 2017

Drag Queen Face Painting for Kids! Artist Street Party in SF

Common Grounds seeks to “promote cultural consumption to children at an early age and create the next art lovers and appreciators of the future

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18 May 2017

Turning SF Garbage into Electronic Art

The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights 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 Carrie Hott, an artist you should know. The artist in residency program at Recology (a waste and

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