Open Rehearsal and Art Installation party – April 24th @ 4pm at Z Space! Have you ever wondered what goes into making operatic magic on stage? What about pushing the boundaries of the operatic form and creating not just a production that you see, but a production that you experience?
Studio 17, one of our city’s largest art collectives may disappear this year. Redlick Building owner failed to renew the lease which expires June 2015. “We are stuck in limbo and our situation as working artists in this city is dire,” said Robert Donald, visual artist and the master
From April 19th to 25th, the Panhandle is going to be full of awesome and free events! NOW!? What in God’s name is that? It’s a community festival that’s put on by the community. It’s a week of events to get out in the streets, meet our neighbors, and spread a little
Saturday, June 6th from 11am-5pm – A city-wide event called Nametag Day will get people in SF to come out of their shells and get to know the people around them – specifically they’ll be handing out nametags at various locations around town like Dolores Park, the Castro and Hayes Valley. In the words
Yeah, yeah, yeah… I know what you’re thinking. Another stupid taxi article. Who gives a shit, right? Cab drivers are all assholes. They won’t take you to the Sunset or Richmond districts. So fuck them. They refuse to accept credit cards. Rotten scumbags. What about their smelly cabs? The horrible
Kimberly Bryant, Founder, Black Girls Code. In conversation with Sal Khan, Founder and Executive Director, Khan Academy In 2011, only 6 percent of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) workers nationwide were black, up a mere 4 percentage points over the last 40 years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Be
Hello, I’m here to regale you with things I learned in San Francisco in 2013. I realize that I lack credibility because I’m not a native and it’s not my adopted city, and I realize my balls are made more of a koosh ball material than steel because I let