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BlakSyn (they/them) is a nonbinary professional in BDSM education and an innovator on these topics in both the on – and offline – realms.
Everyday on the streets of SF we are reminded that America has no socialized medicine, and no real safety net for its most vulnerable citizens. We have people numbering in the hundreds of thousands living on our streets in California, a quarter of the country’s homeless population is here, in our state, sleeping under overpasses, in tents on the sidewalks, and struggling to find the care they need. Even in San Francisco, in the richest city, in the richest country in the world, the streets are full of people who need help.
Need new music for your morning commute? Meet Iyabo, an up-and-coming singer whose sultry sound blends soul, rap, and alternative RnB. This former church choir singer lives and works in New York, and she recently dropped her first music video for “OLUMO ROCK.” Iyabo’s music explores her experience as a
written by: SHAYNA YASUHARA As a break from instant gratification, Heron Arts brings gallery goers an artist that cuts no corners when it comes to time and detail. Play by Robert Xavier Burden, which opens Saturday, February 29th, features large-scale paintings ranging in size from 60×30 inches up to a
by Jonas Barnes Recently, I sat down with my friend and fellow comedian Amber Rollo to talk about her upcoming album recording, her week of headline performances at The Creek and The Cave, and what it’s like to be known for telling Harvey Weinstein to go fuck himself straight to
DRAWN FROM THE CITY: Illustrations and Interviews of SF’s Best, first appeared in The Bold Italic in 2015 and ran through 2016. We at broke-assstuart.com liked them so much we asked Crystal if we could put them out again as a time capsule of SF’s creative scene during the height of the most recent
Ottessa Moshfegh, the author of four books and her fifth Death in Her Hands coming in April 2020, winner of the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award, shortlisted for the Booker Prize, and a fiction finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, spoke on Monday at City Arts and Lectures. The air
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