Arts and Culture

24 Apr 2020

Bay Area Artists: Sources for Emergency Grants

Most grant giving organizations are overwhelmed right now.  Many have already given away all their money and are looking for more donors to second or third rounds of grants & loans.  So, artists, realize that some of these organizations may be maxed out, and all will have different timelines, guidelines

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08 Aug 2022

SF’s Little Mr. Men & Little Miss Shirts are Here!

Based on the wild popularity of the adorable San Francisco “Little Mr. Men & Little Miss” drawings that our editor Katy Atchison drew, we’ve decided to put out a line of shirts brandishing our favorite ones. You can see the whole line and get your favorite ones right here. Mr. Truffle Guy Little Miss

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08 Aug 2022

What did the People at Mo Pop Festival Want Mo’ of?

Detroit’s Mo Pop Festival, presented by AEG, was back after a 1098-day Covid hiatus. Assuredly the festival, boasting an incredibly diverse crowd and lineup while still showcasing a lot of local love, came back with even mo’ of what the people, artists, and the city want. Even with how fulfilling

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08 Aug 2022

City Officials are Stepping in to Try to Save Club Deluxe

The closing of Club Deluxe has rattled everyone this past couple of weeks. The closure has felt absolutely devastating for all of us. The loss of this club will forever change The Haight and The City. Now that we’re past the shock of the announcement, we’re learning that there is

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05 Aug 2022

“Hella Feminist” Debuts at Oakland Museum of California

BY NAVYA POTHAMSETTY If you dug through the Oakland Museum of California’s archives, you would probably find material ranging from the sublime to the completely bizarre. One of the more odd finds in recent years was a poster featuring what one curator thought to be a rotary phone dial: it was

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04 Aug 2022

America’s First Craft Brewery is in San Francisco

With its roots beginning in the Gold Rush, San Francisco’s Steam Beer has been brewed here for at least 150 years.

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04 Aug 2022

SoMa’s 111 Minna Gallery Presents ‘Brain-Rattling’ Artworks

San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, like much of the city, is a picture of disparate details: luxury, innovation and fine dining, shadowed by rampant homelessness, substance abuse and human suffering. It seems appropriate, then, that SoMa’s 111 Minna Gallery is no home to vacuous art. In recent months, gallery owner Michelle Delaney has

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04 Aug 2022

Artist You Should Know: THAILAN WHEN

The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place.  BY NAVYA POTHAMSETTY If you’ve ever enjoyed coffee or a bike repair at Luckyduck Bicycle Cafe, you’ve probably noticed

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