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10 Sep 2017

Goodbye Bubbles. SF Won’t be the Same Without Your Magical Weirdness.

Fucking Bubbles. I don’t know how many times I’ve said that phrase since I first met him in Dolores Park in 2014. In fact anyone who ever met Bubbles uttered that phrase at least once, whether in absolute awe, complete exasperation, or both simultaneously. Bubbles was Bubbles. There are a

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09 Sep 2017

Weird & Wonderful: Our 1st Listener Call in Episode!

Please listen to this newest podcast and share it. Also, make sure to subscribe. Links are below: itunes Google Play Soundcloud Also please DONATE! Square will pay you for doing so! Sonny puts a lot of time and energy into producing this podcast and we make $0 doing it. If you sign

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08 Sep 2017

1967 was the Summer of Love. Is 2017 the Summer of Hate?

A lot can happen in 50 years. Babies are born. Generations die. People get married, then divorced. Empires fall and revolutions rise — and in the thick fog of San Francisco 50 years feels like 50 million as the flower children of yesterday celebrate the anniversary of the greatest summer of their lives.

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08 Sep 2017

FREE Music Lesson Day at the Legendary CMC, SF

It’s an ‘instrument petting zoo’ with free classes and jam sessions at San Francisco oldest music school

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08 Sep 2017

Bay Area Artist to Create Murals Across America, Beginning in Flint MI.

Ukranian Born, Bay Area artist Inga Loyev is working to create public art first in Flint Michigan, and then across America.

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07 Sep 2017

Five of the Saddest Meals I’ve Ever Eaten for Dinner

By Charles Duggery   I have a lot of things in common with English chef Gordon Ramsay, none of which including his culinary skill; I am very angry, I use foul language and I’m very critical of others; the similarities end there. My mother didn’t cook at all when I was

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07 Sep 2017

New Affordable Housing Resources for SF Artists

If you are like us, you’re tired of losing San Francisco artists and creatives to eviction and displacement because of skyrocketing housing costs.  The good news is there is some recent money and support being set aside for affordable housing specifically for artists and nonprofit workers in SF.  18% of

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