Welcome to your week in Bay Area news. We’ll hit on some key stories that matter here and give you some ideas as to what to do to decompress after a week of crazy. Here goes… Ghost Ship defendants take minimized plea deal Max Harris and Derick Almena entered no
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg voted against and called the decision “egregiously wrong”. Congress need to overrule the decision
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.
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
One of the world’s finest examples of terrible art was brazenly stolen from 518 Gallery in the Mission, in front of dozens of witnesses, including the painting’s buyer and the festival’s organizers. The caper gone wrong, ended in betrayal and blackmail.
Broke-Ass Stuart is a proud sponsor of the SF Docfest! A wonderful festival full of great independent films and really fun events all over the SF! It’s festival season in the Bay Area. And no, I’m not talking about some massive, $300 a ticket, porta-pottied, music festival. Fuck no. We’re
This is going to be fun, opening night with delicious beers, pizza, and a great film all going off in the Mission, SF
the image of a book vendor selling essay collections on political theory some 30 feet away from a seething mosh pit cuts a sharp juxtaposition. As weird as it may first appear, though, it does make a lot of sense when you think about it. Punk as a movement was and is rooted in radical thought and action