New Fashion Boutique and Queer Arts Hub in The East Bay!
Queer-Femme owned art and fashion boutique that has recently opened up on University Avenue called Hot Stuff Studios.
Vital Bay Area Refuge For Low Income Artists Needs Your Help!
A unique solution to the Bay Area’s housing crisis and cultural decay needs you to take action right now! The Music Menagerie is a new and vital non-profit organization founded by local queer Black artist Latashia Govan. The author of this story would like to emphasize the word ‘vital,’
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Bay Area Musicians Going On Livestreamed ‘Porchella’ Tour During COVID19 Pandemic
Mount Saint Elias, That Band Frank, and Matteo Lovik are playing on people’s porches, in their backyards, and at closed music-halls across the state of California in a livestreamed concert tour called Porchella. The three bands have so far performed in Sonoma, Santa Cruz, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, and
Santa Cruz Peace Train’s Curtis Reliford Holds Peace Rally This Friday in Response to Racist Assault
Curtis Reliford, a man of purpose who has dedicated the past 16 years of his life to helping others, was the victim of an attack in Westside Santa Cruz on the afternoon of Sept. 30. As a Santa Cruz resident for more than three decades, Reliford is a beloved and
Yoga to the People Founder Faces Sexual Assault Allegations
On July 3rd, 2020, an anonymous group on Instagram called @yttpshadowwork made their first post about Yoga to the People. It’s a poetic mantra that reads as follows: “There will be no more…silencing…gaslighting…manipulation…no predatory studio owners nor subservient directors…no exploitation, no spiritual bypassing…your experience matters… you will be heard… this
What Bay Area Performance Artists Are Up Against
Guest post by Max Silver Things are not good for artists in the Bay Area. In August, a collaborative space known as Moxy burned down in Oakland. The tragedy of the Ghost Ship fire continues to have rippling effects on the Bay Area community as a whole. The Mezzanine music
How George H.W. Bush’s Death Is Irrelevant After World AIDS Day
Guest Post by Max Silver Wednesday, December 5, 2018 marked a National Day of mourning for President George H.W. Bush, who died on Friday, November 30. CNN has an article about it. The New York Times has it covered, too. You already know Fox News is going to spin this
We Brought Our Own Avocados to Brunch. This is How the Restaurant Reacted.
Guest post by Max Silver Millennials and younger generations are constantly being told that they need to be more responsible with their finances. Some Australian millionaire-douchebag by the name of Tim Gurner had the audacity to tell us that if we ever wanted to afford a house, we must stop ordering