Artist you should know

05 Dec 2019

SF’s Queen of Stained Glass: Kerbi Urbanowski

When I first heard her name I naturally assumed she was some kind of Polish crime fighter, after all, ‘Kerbi Urbanowski’ is the perfect cover name for the Polish Batwoman

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25 Nov 2019

Don’t Dismiss Doja Cat for Her Sexuality

by Willem Frankenfort With her sophomore album, Hot Pink, Amala Zandile Dlamini is poised to be the next big name in hip hop. You may know her better by her stage name, Doja Cat. She came to the attention of the public at large in 2018 with her viral video,

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14 Nov 2019

Amaluna Will Make you Want to Run Away and Join the Cirque

The smell of popcorn and anticipation greet you under the big tent, as parents, punters and press sip wine and chat excitedly before the premiere of Cirque Du Soleil’s AMALUNA in San Francisco.   Amaluna is directed by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus, and it is female-driven, nail-biting action.  It may just

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14 Nov 2019

Man Stabs Baby Trump Balloon, But Art Activists Have Plenty More 

An Alabama man stabbed a giant baby Trump balloon at a football game on Sunday.  Perhaps it’s only fitting that Trump supporters show their love for the President by stabbing a baby version of him, as life continues to imitate art in this chapter of America.  The Trump baby was

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12 Nov 2019

Art Activists Change Trump Jr.’s Book Title to ‘Daddy, Please Love Me’

Sometimes art activism is the only reason I still have faith in democracy.  Two comedians in NYC trolled Donald Trump Jr. in an ingenious way this week, by replacing the jackets on his new book ‘Triggered’ in an NYC Barnes and Nobles.   The new title: ‘Daddy, Please Love Me: How

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11 Nov 2019

5 Brooklyn Street Artists You Should Already Know

by Laurie Riihimaki For years, graffiti artists and muralists have taken over the bleak bricks and gray-cemented buildings of Bushwick and beyond to celebrate the culture of the city while also shedding light on current political, economic, and societal issues – striking on important conversations.  These murals are not only

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26 Sep 2019

The High Priest of the Church of 8 Wheels : David Miles Jr.

David Miles Jr. has been rollerskating in Golden Gate Park since the seventies. He teaches rollerskate dancing every Sunday and runs the Church of 8 Wheels.

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20 Sep 2019

New NYC Art Show Celebrates the “Back Room” of Old Video Stores

by Jonas Barnes I was lucky enough to sit down with the creators of a new immersive art exhibit coming to NYC this month that celebrates something a lot of us grew up with as kids, teens and young adults. Is this a Nickelodeon exhibit? No. Is this is a

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