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Our New Neighborhood Gear is SO Dope! Do you love your neighborhood? I do! That’s why we just unveiled our new line of neighborhood specific gear. We’ve got hoodies, shirts, totes, onesies and more. That way you can emblazon your body with just how much you love where you live. Just look at me in
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Michael O’Shea’s The Transfiguration deserves to be talked about. A no budget indie shot primarily in New York City housing projects, the film is a quiet, chilling character study of an African American kid who’s obsessed with vampire movies.
Rocket Dog Rescue is holding a huge fundraiser called the Bummer’s Ball at the SF Armory on Thursday, October 5th. How huge? They’re having Emmylou Harris perform! And ahem, I’m be MC-ing the event too. For those unfamiliar, Rocket Dog Rescue is a “San Francisco Bay Area dog rescue organization run by
Here’s some good news to remind you that even though the world is fucked-up right now, we still have love out there. Terra and Jane are possibly the cutest San Francisco couple ever. Last year the owner of The Stud, the oldest gay performance venue in the United States, announced
Seeing the city through the colorful and chaotic lenses of famous dreamers like Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady, and Allen Ginsburg.
Hood’s love for the Denton, Texas band Centro-matic is well known and once again he was fortunate to have Will Johnson and Scott Danbom in for a few days each to play with him. Will came in October, played some guitar and did some stunning singing. Scott came by in August
This is par for the course. For Black folks, America has always been a hazardous navigation with racist cops and water-cannons, bigoted institutions and poor legal representation. For most of our history you couldn’t even play on the course if you were “colored” (pretty sure we still have plenty of “country clubs” like that ). Today, the tee is still set about a hundred yards back with more than sandtraps lying in wait.