By Genie Carter I try to spend as little time as I can on Facebook, but like so many people, I quickly get sucked into the ease of scrolling through stories and clicking the little red numbers when they come up. I know I’ve been on it too long when
SF & NYC residents argue if Golden Gate Park is better than Central Park, and if the rooftop bars in Brooklyn beat the patios of Zeitgeist and El Rio
The Black Panther premiere screenings all over town Thursday night brought out heroic levels of African fashion, cosplay, and clever bootleg Wakanda t-shirts. With packed movie houses across San Francisco, the Broke-Ass Justice Fashion Squad hit several theaters to get these red carpet premiere pictures of fans’ wardrobes inspired by
This week’s Bay Area and Beyond News Roundup is fraught with some tragic and disturbing themes, and one boat trip gone wrong. South Florida’s school massacre A 19-year-old male is suspected of showing up to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Parkside burb of South Florida armed with a
Please listen to this newest podcast and share it. Also, make sure to subscribe. Links are below: itunes Google Play Soundcloud Oh man! We’ve got yet another fantastic episode for you! Welcome to our very special Valentine’s Day episode! This time around Sonny and I interview each other’s girlfriends about what
When I was a teenager I LOVED weed. It was my hobby, my extracurricular activity. My friends and I would roll around San Diego smoking pot, while we looked for cool places to smoke more pot. We went on all kinds of ridiculous adventures, giggling all the way.
Barack and Michelle Obama’s official portraits were unveiled yesterday in front of a crowd at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Like many good portraits, the occasion was packed with symbolism. For starters, they chose Abraham Lincoln’s birthday to unveil the paintings. Now, 153 years after the abolition of slavery in the