By Jerucifer, Arts & Events Editor Words cannot express how rad this week is gonna be! We’ve got more festivals coming up (hell yeah, summer!), art shows, concerts and so much more. Here’s what I’m most excited about for the week of 7/11.. Our Partners’ Events Finesse Mitchell 7/14-7/15 | Cobb’s Comedy
By Jerucifer, Arts & Events Editor WE MADE IT! It is officially San Francisco Pride Week! So many amazing things to check out, and great ways to participate in activism for the community too! Whatever you do this week, it is sure to be covered in glitter, and tbh, that
For those who find comfort in the familiar, Netflix opens January with the entire “Rocky” series and such Tom Cruise blockbusters as “Minority Report” and the original “Top Gun.” Those who are happy stepping out of their programming comfort zones will find Netflix’s offerings from Asia this month particularly appealing.
Florida governor Ron Death Sentence may be doing everything he can to prevent people from publicly saying “gay.” Thankfully Hulu in June presents various ways to say “gay” loudly and clearly. A modern gay take on “Pride and Prejudice” puts “Saturday Night Live”’s Bowen Yang in the Jane role. Or
For its 40th CAAMFest, the Center for Asian American Media has brought some intriguing films for this milestone film festival. This year’s festival, which runs from May 12-22, 2022, will offer among other films: a SXSW Award-winning documentary set in the middle of red America; a horror comedy set in
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After 2 years of performance art venues getting kicked in the teeth, this story is a beam of light on a dark stage. CounterPulse is on the verge of owning its own building in the Tenderloin, after nearly 7 years of raising funds, the arts non-profit has accumulated $5.5 million
March may proverbially come in like a lion. But as far as Netflix’s March offerings are concerned, the number and variety of movies and shows premiering means that for the time-challenged, this month comes in like a lion and mauls the s**t out of the unwary viewer. In hopes of
Along with spring, March brings several cinematic delights. Four film festivals big and small play this month, including one celebrating its 30th edition. A noted American independent director and a renowned Malian filmmaker make in-person appearances. Fans of old films can see an incredible Soviet anti-war classic or the late