Arts and Culture
We are giving away 5 pairs of tix for the Friday 10/21 show. Read about the show below and then enter to win tix below that. Can’t wait to find out if you win? Buy tix here. Circus Automatic retakes the Great Star Theater with Into the Mouth of the
GUEST POST By: Satan, Prince Of Darkness Puny humans! My Antichrist is revealed in a recent FiveThirtyEight “polls-plus” forecast. As you can plainly see above from a recent FiveThirtyEight forecast, My great false messiah is revealed to be your Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, thus ensuring her complete victory over
WEEKEND 1: October 15 & 16, 11am to 6pm Location: Hunters Point Shipyard & Islais Creek Studios San Francisco comes alive with art this October and November as ArtSpan presents the 41st Anniversary of SF Open Studios – the oldest and largest event of its kind in the country, featuring
I went to West Oakland’s Eli’s Mile High Club on Saturday night to check out the Fool’s Gold Records co-founder Nick Catchdubs and Another Party Fam’s Trackademicks and L-Deez DJ a hot dance party. Was it good? Well, the house was packed, the music was slick and everyone looked great – so yeah, it was the shit.
W. Kamau Bell is a socio-political comedian and host of KALW’s Kamau Right Now!, a live radio show that transforms the political and cultural conversation of the moment into what Kamau calls “a three-ring circus of relevance.” Bell is also the host of CNN’s The United Shades of America, a documentary series
Modern Times Bookstore Collective in San Francisco: Serving Radical Progressives and the Mission District For 45 Years. It really does signal an end of an era. From Modern Times: On November 15, Modern Times Bookstore Collective will be closing on the 45th anniversary of doing business in San Francisco’s Mission
Marcus Samuelsson, Chef; Author, The Red Rooster Cookbook: The Story of Food and Hustle in Harlem; Twitter: @MarcusCooks In conversation with Chef Chris Cosentino When Chef Samuelsson opened Red Rooster in Harlem, he envisioned more than just a restaurant. He wanted to create a melting pot that would highlight Harlem’s vibrant