Now on display at Contemporary Jewish Museum, Lew The Jew And His Circle: Origins Of American Tattoo looks back upon one of New York’s earliest tattoo artists and his contemporaries. The exhibition will remain up through June 9. Albert Morton Kurzman, aka Lew The Jew, was born in New York
Maybe you’re like Nik, and you’re boycotting the Super Bowl and the NFL. Or maybe you’re just not feeling the Super Bowl this year and want another option for your night. Perhaps you’ve never been much of a football fan to begin with. With the Super Bowl fast approaching you
Thanks to a clever new ad campaign the topic of toxic masculinity is on many people’s lips. The Gillette commercial shows ‘real men’ grilling, being bullies, objectifying women, everything you imagine toxic masculinity to look like. Except for the fact that the men in the ad are all presented as
Info on Women’s marches from SF to Contra Costa.
The first major social media fad of 2019, #10yearchallenge, went viral around Facebook, Twitter & Instagram this week with millions of social media users posting side by side photos of themselves taken 10 years apart. One photo from 2009 and one photo from 2019. By far the fad’s most popular #10yearchallenge
If your January wasn’t as eventful as you had hoped it would be, here’s a list of the big fairs, launches, marches, fundis, parties and all around art happenings. Start the weekend at one or two of the art fairs happening we’ve heard about in San Francisco, then make your
On Saturday January 19th the 3rd annual Women’s March takes place in NYC. The march was created to, as per their website, provide a safe and accepting platform for supporters of equality to rally and march in the promotion of civil rights for every human being regardless of gender, race,