It hardly seems possible, but the Children’s After School Arts (CASA) program at Rooftop Elementary is turning twenty this year. Since 1997 the non-profit educators and artists in residence up on Twin Peaks have been versing the youth of San Francisco not just in the creative arts, but combining
Making that fateful trek to our nation’s capital this week? Not all of it will be bad, yes there will most likely be a speech with the eloquence and grammar below a 6th-grade level, the lowest predicted attendance rate and highest amount of organized protests of any inauguration, but that
Friday January 20th is going to be a rough day for a lot of us. The only bright side is the inauguration is happening at 9am Pacific time so you always have to option to just sleep through it… if you can. Its been pretty well established that PEOTUS is
When I was younger the list of things that I wanted to be when I grew up was pretty short: Ewok, Batman, someone who climbs trees really high. But when I was introduced to Joan Jett, Stevie Nicks and Crissy Hynde by a cool aunt when I was early in
The best defense against the cold is a healthy diet, proper hydration and ideally, a furnace. But let’s face it: you can’t afford any of those things. Here are some tips from someone who truly knows the value of fresh socks and a thermostat; a former NYC Street Kid. 1.
Have you ever thought of immortalizing a piece of yourself? Do you badly want to show the world that you protest a Donald Trump administration? Are you a dirty, left leaning, creative (like us), AND happen to be in the Los Angeles area Friday, January 13 and/or Saturday January 14th? Good! This is
If you can’t make it to the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st you can at least send your pussy…hat. The aptly named Pussyhat Project wants to collect over one million pink cat ear hats to keep marchers’ heads warm and their unapologetic support for all things feminine front and
By Mar-Li Pitcher and Lauryn Petrie Red banners wave and the exuberant crowd’s cheers of “Make America Great Again” rise to the rafters. The working-class descendants of the Mayflower feel that they have finally found their king. Xenophobia and fear fuel their rabid enthusiasm. Meanwhile, outside, homeless people are having their