Why Was Tucker Carlson’s Twitter Debut a Flop?
Author’s note: This article is biased. Extremely biased. Everyday I wake up hoping to read that Tucker Carlson has died from a combo flesh eating bacteria/elephant stampede. Also I’ve made a conscious decision to not include the first episode of Tucker Carlson’s Twitter show because gross. It’s weird to
SF’s Newest Mesmerizing Immersive Audiovisual Experience
San Francisco’s Exploratorium is debuting an immersive audiovisual art experience which showcases the beauty of the animal kingdom and advocates for global preservation. While The Great Animal Orchestra is a limited-capacity experience, it’s open all summer starting June 10th through October 15th. You gotta grab a ticket to see this
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Iconic Drag Performer You Should Know: Donna Personna
Donna Personna, drag queen, artist, actress and transgender activist, is dancing in sequins everywhere you look these days. Sales Force Park will be featuring her and Banda Sin Nombre in a show one June 17th. She was recently stunning the crowd at SF Moma meanwhile her film Donna (directed by
Did You Know You Could Stay in Alcatraz’s Infamous D-Block?
I alluded last week to my love for spooky spaces in The Bay. My fascination with these extraordinary locations began in 1999, when I was 19 years old and fortunate enough to have the chance to spend a night sleeping on a cot in Alcatraz’s notorious D-Block. The number of
Oakland A’s Fans Mobilize “Reverse Boycott”
Oakland A’s fans have been protesting the team’s relocation to Las Vegas, expressing their dissatisfaction at recent games at a small scale. However, a larger grassroots event is now emerging to draw more attention to the fans’ concerns. Next Tuesday, fans of the Oakland A’s baseball team are planning a
David Lynch, The Wizard of Oz, & The ROXIE Theater
Could the Golden Age of Hollywood classic “The Wizard Of Oz” be the Rosetta Stone cinemagoers need to truly understand the films of David Lynch? The Roxie Theater’s summer film series “You’re Not In Kansas Any More” gives interested viewers the opportunity to test this contention. Running from June 9,
The Youth Making Art Activism A Profession in SF
Market and Fourth Street came alive last Saturday with a vibrant and interactive art pop-up event organized by the forward-thinking Artivate group, a part The Chinese Historical Society (CHSA) and Project Artivism. Teen artists transformed an old news kiosk into a creative hub, showcasing a stunning 32-foot-long mural collage.