Arts and Culture

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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13 Jul 2017

The Best Art Parties, Festivals, and Fairs in San Francisco Right Now

There’s a bunch of fun, interesting, artsy extravaganzas happening all over San Francisco this July. The next couple weeks are garden parties, world class workshops, world records, opera auditions, and of course music, dancing & costumes all over the place. It’s time to get out there and mix it up with thousands of other beautiful bay area weirdos.

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12 Jul 2017

We wanna send you to the Mad Alchemy Trip Tour with LSD!

LSD and the Search for God hit the Northern California coast in 2005––seemingly from another place and time––dosing audiences with hypnotic performances built upon swirling guitar sounds, otherworldly drones, fuzzed-out pop melodies, and dreamy vocal harmonies. As reviews of their first shows drew comparisons to My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Yo

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12 Jul 2017

Bay of the Living Dead: Daphne DuMaurier At the Movies

Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. In the recently released film My Cousin Rachel, Oscar winner Rachel Weisz stars as a mysterious widow who may have bumped off her husband for his loot. My Cousin Rachel is based on a novel by Daphne du Maurier, who

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11 Jul 2017

We wanna send you plus one to see Nicolas Jaar!

Nicolas Jaar was born in New York to Palestinian-Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar and French-Chilean mother Evelyne Meynard. Nicolas is a Chilean-American composer and recording artist based in New York. Among his notable works are the albums Space Is Only Noise (2011), Pomegranates (2015) and Sirens (2016). He is known in the

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