By Melissa Lane When visual artist Ryan Stubbs, aka Duser, realized that a public art commission outside the Asian Art Museum through nonprofits Paint the Void and Civic Joy Fund coincided with the museum exhibiting one of his heroes, Takashi Murakami, he was thrilled. He seized the opportunity to create
“I hesitate to use the phrase Safe Space because, sometimes I don’t always know what that means”. Said Matthew Beld as I interviewed them at the Rite Spot on a Tuesday afternoon. It’s an important question. What does that mean outside of therapy and small, private enclaves where people can gather
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To hear Hollywood talk about the current moment in labor history, American workers stand on a precipice.
By Jerucifer, Arts & Events Editor Just when you thought things might slow down, the Bay hits us with an awesome week like this one! We’ve got festivals and creep-tastic events kicking off Spooky Season! Here’s what I’m most excited about for the week of 9/26… Partners’ Events Terror Vault: The
Most Recent Update: Apparently, a pretty nasty family feud has caused the closure, Caleb Pershan at the Chronicle reports. But they should be reopening soon. Update: A former employee wrote in saying “a reliable source within the family” had told them that the closure is for major renovations. I’m currently
I don’t want to endorse anyone in Bay Area politics because the reality of political life in the Bay is this: most politicians in the region have a bad habit of pursuing legislative priorities that veer far away from the campaign rhetoric that was utilized to get them elected. Regardless
No, this article isn’t about weed. San Francisco has plenty of weed. This article is about trees. Like actual trees. San Francisco has the reputation of an urban oasis, but is that reputation entirely true? Yes and no. While San Francisco has vast expanses of open space and a robust