Workplace too white? Got a diversity trainer coming in this week and your office lacks ethnic diversity? Don’t worry, the new website Rent-A-Minority has got your back. “Rent-A-Minority is a revolutionary new service designed for those oh-shit moments where you’ve realized your award show, corporate brochure, conference panel is entirely composed
It’s almost hell on earth Valentine’s Day. I’ve been made aware of this almost every day since mid-January by my mecca, Walgreens. I typically escape my cube thrice a week and venture to Walgreens on Powell to snag up a back of Haribo Gold Bears and something random I don’t need, like
Being in the public eye, especially as a politician, every single thing you do gets scrutinized. Imagine your high school days, but on social crack. From social media, to the things you say, the things you tweet, those embarrassing moments, it’s all judged. I once had a writing tutor tell
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Rad Upcoming SF Events STRAIGHT OUTTA HUNTERS POINT THU. 2/11 | 7:00PM @ ROXIE THEATER Local filmmaker Kevin Epps gives us a portrait of what he knows best, the neighborhood in San Francisco where he grew up, Hunters Point. A complex depiction, Straight Outta Hunters Point covers the turf wars
27-year-old Tyga (an acronym for Thank You God Always) hails from Southern California. He is currently signed to Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Universal Republic Records. He first received recognition with his debut single “Coconut Juice”, featuring Travie McCoy from Gym Class Heroes. Since then he has
When Beyoncé dropped her self titled album in 2013, unexpectedly and without promotion, everyone of us rushed out to download it, and just as expected, the album was full of amazing and empowering songs that didn’t disappoint. But one thing I did not expect, was for one song to start
Super Bowl week has come and gone, leaving San Francisco and surrounding areas with the daunting task of cleaning up after an epic seven-day party. While thousands poured into Super Bowl City over the weekend — causing SFPD to officially close off the area at 3PM Saturday because it had reached capacity