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A lot of things don’t last; relationships, houseplants, and Trump’s presidency (hopefully). Yet in a world of breakups and deaths, one thing has last for a decade now. Come April 22nd, Record Store Day will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary creating awareness for independent vinyl shops and releasing some really
Every now and again you come across something in San Francisco that gives you that slight tingle of anticipation. That feeling that says, “really? That’s a thing? I wanna to see that.” In this case they’re called One Found Sound, they are SF’s ‘secret symphony’, a self-described “conductorless, collaborative, chamber orchestra“.
This week I was lucky enough to sit down with the up and coming NYC comedic music duo Sam & Bill. With their flawless blend of seemingly benign folk music, comedic lyrics, and fearless attitude, they are quickly becoming a local favorite in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. The duo, composed
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan has brought cinema legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford back into the public eye. It’s been forty years since Crawford passed on and twenty-eight years after Davis departed this mortal coil,
On February 26th, nominations for the 15th annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards were announced. Since 2002 the Rondo Awards have honored the best is horror cinema, television and literature, including current productions, classic films and film preservation. Bay of the Living Dead, BrokeAssStuart.com’s twice a month horror movie column, has
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. Sadly, San Francisco Ballet’s thrilling production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein comes and goes all too quickly. The show, which opened last weekend, closes this weekend. If you hurry, you can still see Frankenstein at the War Memorial Opera House
Lifetime TV, which launched some three decades ago as the “network for women”, (as in real life desperate housewives) has grown into a platform which is unafraid to tell real life stories that the major networks no longer have the guts to address. Lifetime has, on occasion, presented in-house productions