Arts and Culture

17 Jul 2017

These People Lined Up at 3:30 AM For Symphony Tickets

The hardest of hardcore symphony fans in the Bay Area lined up starting at 3:30 a.m. this morning for a Black Friday-style, doorbuster San Francisco Symphony event called Single Tickets Day. While the SF Symphony’s 2017-18 season tickets went available online at 10 a.m. this morning, the most devoted symphony

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17 Jul 2017

Azealia Banks Sucks. But So Do We.

Ok I know, I know I know. I went into the Azealia Banks piece by PAPER MAG rolling my eyes, but I came out of it ALSO rolling my eyes… while also becoming a bit more enlightened. Bear with me. [BREATHE IN.] She’s so right in that men in the

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15 Jul 2017

A Skateboarder Speaks Out About Recent Showdown with Police

Guest Post by Ted Maider.  Photos by Theo Hand There are so many things we should be talking about. Maybe we should be discussing the fact that there is undeniable evidence that our government colluded with Russia in some way to influence the United States Presidential election of 2016. Perhaps

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14 Jul 2017

Dress for Success Celebrates 12 Years of Empowering Women in the Bay Area

Guest post by Amy Lynch When someone makes the first step in getting out of a bad life situation, they don’t always have the resources or financial means necessary to get them to their next phase of life. That’s where Dress for Success comes in. The international organization aims to

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14 Jul 2017

Nasty New FB Page Makes Fun of SF Homeless People

Guest Post by Kate Torres There’s something to be said about Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron Saint for which our city was named after. First off, this guy was a radical feminist who dedicated his life to the preservation of the environment. His ideologies weren’t far from the leftist

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13 Jul 2017

La Victrola : Big Art and Introspection at Burning Man

  By Lucie Duffort Bring La Victrola Back to Burning Man, 2017!  Donate Here It’s July now. In under two months there will be swarms of people leaving the city for a desert in Nevada. Burning Man means a ton of things to a ton of people, a chance to go full

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13 Jul 2017

The Savior Of Horror : James Wan

By Jonas Barnes Back in 2004, a new director by the name of James Wan burst onto the horror scene with a film you may have heard of before called “SAW“. It started as a short and was eventually made into a genre launching low budget full-length horror film. With

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