Artist you should know
Carville, San Francisco. The bohemian beach neighborhood created by San Francisco artists, and made out of discarded railcars that stood from 1895-1930’s. Yes, this is a magical piece of SF History. In 1895 the Market Street Railway Company began selling old abandoned horse-drawn railcars, “$20 with seats, $10 without. ”
“I was at Monterey Pop. I was also at the very first Monterey Jazz Festival in 1958. There’s a photograph in the Chronicle with a woman with a baby in a stroller August, 1958. And that’s me. My ex in-laws helped Bill Graham to start a lot of the early things to do with the Fillmore and Winter Land…
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Hiroshi Sato was born in Japan and spent his childhood in Tanzania, he got his BFA and an
The club has significantly upgraded its webcast technology, and has transformed itself into a de facto television studio, for broadcasting live events from its stage to the world.
Eric Jones of Let it Bleed discuses Tattoo culture and trends
Life is strange. This week nurses across the nation, including many cities in the Bay Are, had to hold protests demanding they be provided the proper safety equipment and staffing they need to continue saving lives. As the pandemic continues, and we shelter in place. It’s important that we support
San Francisco art organization ‘Paint the Void’ has commissioned something like 100 murals across San Francisco and the East Bay during shelter-in-place. 84 different boarded up storefronts got covered with art by Bay Area artists. Turning many of our empty, commercial corridors into actual art walks. Visit the interactive Paint
Chris Tuite is an EastBay photographer who you have probably seen in front of the barricade at any number of the concert halls in and around SF.