There is no shortage of drag queens in NYC. You can’t throw a rock without hitting some twink in a dress thinking he’s got what it takes to shantay down the runway just because he’s seen every season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race while practicing YouTube makeup tutorials. There’s a
Cat Brooks laughs a little when she says that Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf once had her arrested. Now she wants her job. Cat Brooks knows the city of Oakland. She was on the front lines with Black Lives Matter. She marched relentlessly through the streets to protest police brutality as
By SF Artist Joshua Coffy In the early morning hours of June 13th, the Journal Building at 1540 Market St. was broken into and burglarized. The thief took $10k worth of cameras, lenses, lighting, and other valuable art supplies. The Journal Building is home to ArtSpan’s Studio Residency Program that serves
Following the iconic graffiti and street artists who went on to create studio art, trading spray cans for canvases, moving their art from garage doors to galleries.
The U.S. is not in the World Cup, so you might just root for the hottest World Cup players you would most enjoy having sex with. These are the players you would probably most enjoy having sex with, or at least enjoy watching them work, sweat, play, and remove their
On Tuesday, June 19th, the California Senate Public Safety committee will discuss AB931, The Police Accountability and Community Protection Act, which aims to limit when cops can legally kill citizens and hold police legally responsible when they kill people wrongfully. In 2015 SF police fired 26 rounds at Mario Woods
Bay Area News this Week – June 14, 2018: Mayors, joggers, a big-ass block party and goodbye to Bourdain
First and foremost, Oakland may have just had it’s best week, ever! San Francisco got a new mayor, “Jogger Joe” goes to jail and we reflect on what Bourdain meant to the Bay. Here goes…
Before the Stonewall riots, gay bars and serving alcohol to gay patrons were illegal under New York State’s Liquor Authority that banned “disorderly” conduct. Police officers regularly patrolled the local bar scene, harassing patrons and arresting people wearing less than three gender appropriate clothing items based on a criminal statute.