Arts and Culture
Oddisee was raised by his African American mother and Sudanese father in Washington DC’s Prince George’s County. Oddisee was originally influenced by his parents’ heritages, combined with a hip-hop influence from his older cousins. In an interview with NPR, he explained why he was influenced by early East Coast
We scoured every hip district in San Francisco to report on the most prominent fashion trends. Fashion is a moving, breathing thing in San Francisco, a city forever evolving with the times. Its artists, musicians and even politicians have always expressed themselves proudly no matter how risqué or counter culture it may
The 12th annual CHEFS SummerTini Gala will take place on June 3 at the Village (969 Market Street). Enjoy eats and drinks from over 30 restaurants and bars from around the Bay Area, bid on exciting auction packages you just can’t find anywhere else, and support ECS programs, featuring
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SFMOMA‘s reconstruction is done and after almost 3 years of being closed, San Francisco’s contemporary art museum opened back up on May 14th. Inspired by the book, Overheard at the Museum, here are some things overheard by museum visitors (which may or may not be fictional): “If it’s modern art,
It’s a sweltering Sunday and bearded men in wool uniforms are sweating it out on the baseball diamond. The umpire wears a top hat and smokes a stogie. In the stands, spectators lounge under umbrellas, drinking beer and chatting. After a line drive is called foul, a cry comes
It’s odd that despite working at the same pace as artists like Creedence, The Byrds and The Rolling Stones, coupled with an equally unending schedule of touring, press and recording, Mac is still labeled as a slacker. With two full-lengths and two EPs released and hundreds of sold out shows performed in the last
The Children’s After School Arts program at Rooftop Elementary has long been a jewel famous amongst San Franciscans, but when their annual production caught the attention of NPR’s Ira Glass last year, their challenging and radical productions depicting socio-economic challenges facing kids today started conversations in households across the nation.