Arts and Culture

08 Apr 2021

Map Of SF’s New Murals!

San Francisco art organization ‘Paint the Void’ has commissioned well over 100 murals across San Francisco and the East Bay during shelter-in-place.  There are more than 95 Bay Area artists beautifying our city under this project.  Turning many of our empty, commercial corridors into actual art walks.  Recently a artists

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08 Apr 2021

San Francisco’s Floating Myths by Artist Holly Wong

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. Holly Wong’s sculptures often float in the air, created out of light, ephemeral materials, but they are anything

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06 Apr 2021

Can I Send You This Rad Jumbo Postcard?

The response to the shirt that legendary San Francisco artist Jeremy Fish designed for us has been overwhelming. People absolutely love it! But unfortunately not everyone can afford to join the $25 a month Patreon tier. So that’s why we’re sending out a jumbo 6×9 postcard of the design to anyone at the

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06 Apr 2021

San Francisco Sunday Streets Are Back This Weekend!

After a pandemic-cancelled 2020, a program returns to San Francisco this month that promotes health and wellness by eliminating cars from some streets for a day. The Sunday Streets program — a collaboration between multiple city agencies, MUNI and the non-profit Livable City — will relaunch in a limited fashion

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05 Apr 2021

Ohlone Tribe Artwork Makes It To Market Street

Here in San Francisco, we are on Ohlone People’s land, though this doesn’t get acknowledged much. But it’s getting some acknowledgement now, as the Chronicle reports that six Muni bus shelters on Market Street now have Ohlone-inspired artwork, designed by Oakland artist Katie Dorame. The Ohlone people, who have lived

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05 Apr 2021

How Some Bay Area Musicians Have Kept the Music Alive During COVID

By Woody Weingarten COVID-19 financially crippled many hundreds of Bay Area arts-and-entertainment performers over the past year. The “starving musicians” category swelled exponentially, for example, because many lacked digital skills needed to overcome gig loss triggered by in-person venues closing. Noteworthy exceptions exist, however. Pianist-singer Mike Greensill, a widower who lives

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02 Apr 2021

California to Allow Indoor Concerts and Performances on April 15th!

After over a year of watching our favorite performers play shows in their living rooms via Zoom, it’s looking like we may able to see live music indoors again very soon. On Friday afternoon, DoTheBay reported that the California Department of Public Health announced it will be allowing indoor seated

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02 Apr 2021

The Best Stuff on Netflix in April

Will April bring rain to this drought-threatened state? Whatever happens with the weather, it’s a certainty that April brings a crop of new movies and series (and even one or two old film classics) to Netflix viewers’ screens. Viewers can look forward to a fantasy-adventure series set in an Imperial

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