Not only has SF Mural Arts digitally mapped out all the incredible murals in San Francisco, they have credited and cataloged them by both artist & location. This is particularly great because when you come across a mural you dig, you can then find all that artist’s other work across the city and on your phone.
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice-a-month column about horror movies and TV, past, present and future. Scream Factory, Shout Factory’s wonderfully sublime horror label, brings four fondly remembered B chillers from the early 1970s to Blu-Ray. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971) and The Dunwich Horror (1970), both from the drive-in mavens
Mónica Puig wins the gold for herself, she won the gold for la isla, she won the gold for mi gente. Unfortunately, with my people…it can never be just about you. Sorry, Mónica. I don’t give a fuck about sports. Which means I could give two shits about the Olympics. But, when
San Francisco native, Stefan Goldstone – better known as DJ Sake One – is facing eviction after 19 years of living in his apartment in the Mission District. Considered a local legend, Sake One has been a major player in the Bay Area hip hop and music scene since the
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Hamilton’s very own Tony Award winning ‘breakneck rapper’ & all around incredible performer Daveed Diggs will be part of Arts & Ideas at the JCCSF. Also Hollywood legend Jeff Bridges is coming to play, and CNN’s W. Kamau Bell will arrive to broadcast his show live. NPR’s bad-ass correspondent Nina Totenberg will be there (she
Wardrobe choice for Lollapalooza 2016: Basketball jerseys (most of Chicago players), crop tops and shorts that belong in a 2 Live Crew video and dressing like Jon Lajoie in the “Show Me Your Genitals” video.