“Is it time to forgive Benioff and Weiss for lousing up the final season of ‘Game Of Thrones?’” is probably not the question Netflix hopes viewers will ask about the duo’s debut on the streaming service. But it’s a question that will come up anyway given the high profile talent
Satan worshippers, a couple of 1990s pop culture touchstones, and even a new comedy co-created by Taika Waititi arrive to bring the heat to Hulu viewers’ August. This month’s highlights include a couple of well-received lesbian-themed films, a documentary look at an eventful year for Oakland High School’s senior class,
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
I’m not sure if you’ve seen it yet, but I’ve teamed up with the folks at Here/Say Media to make something really special. It’s a new series called When the Light Come Up in the City and it’s a celebration of the people, places, and businesses that have helped us
A true San Francisco hero and fierce warrior for justice has passed into the great beyond. GLIDE put out a press release on Thursday evening confirming the sad news that Janice Mirikitani had passed away earlier in the day. Janice’s list of accomplishments is astounding. Besides co-founding GLIDE with her
The “Expert Film Critic series” is neither a series nor conducted by experts. It does focus on films that you’ve probably already seen, and simply want to know if “experts” also hated it. *Spoilers ahead. The Tomorrow War, Today’s Dumbest Summer Movie A straight to Amazon streaming alien invasion/time travel film that
When we compare the average new cases of COVID 19 in San Francisco this July (2021) versus July last year (2020), we see that new daily cases have increased this summer.
Burning Man is cancelled this year, but there’s still some end-of-August awesomeness lined up to satisfy your dusty jones. A satirical musical entitled Burning Man: The Musical will premiere August 27 on streaming platforms to replace mutant vehicles with musicals, and we’ve got the trailer and some words from its