Arts and Culture

02 Apr 2021

Ice Cube Sues Financial App Robinhood for Trademark Infringement

O’Shea Jackson, the rapper, film star and entrepreneur better known as Ice Cube, filed suit Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco against the Menlo Park-based securities trading platform Robinhood Markets, Inc. and its affiliate, Robinhood Financial LLC.

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01 Apr 2021

Who Wants a Copy of Paul Madonna’s Illustrated Mystery “Come to Light”?

Come to Light From award-winning artist and author Paul Madonna, creator of the series All Over Coffee, and co-author of the best-selling book Spirits of San Francisco, comes a page-turner mystery with an unusual detective. Presented in a handsome three volume boxed set, each book is illustrated in a separate and

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
30 Mar 2021

The Moonlighting Variety Show is Happening in Person on April Fool’s Day!

Moonlighting has been one of the best variety shows in San Francisco for long time and I’m super excited to share that they are finally back and happening live at the Midway on April Fool’s Day! There will be burlesque, drag, clowning, music, live painting and more! Plus it’s all

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28 Mar 2021

El Rio is Opening Their Patio Back Up on April 1st

This is such great news! El Rio holds a special place in so many peoples’ hearts. It’s literally one of my favorite bars ever and I have so many wonderful memories from there. Not just for the epic election night parties, fabulous backyard discos, goofy karaoke, and grungy bands. It’s

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27 Mar 2021

BART is Distributing Short Stories for Free at 3 Stations

Looking for something to read on BART? The transit agency has installed dispensers at the Richmond, Fruitvale and Pleasant Hill stations that spit out short stories for free. It’s part of a partnership with Short Edition, the company that makes the dispensers and puts together the short stories. The kiosks

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26 Mar 2021

San Francisco’s Sharp and Subversive Public Art

I went to Entwined recently, an installation in Golden Gate Park that answers the pressing question, “What would it look like if b-roll from Avatar was rendered in 8-bit?” It led me to think about what more public art could do to confront the public and ask questions that might

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25 Mar 2021

SF Artists New $1000/Month Guaranteed Income Pilot Program!

Good news for SF artists!  The Guaranteed Income Pilot Program for San Francisco Artists launched this morning, March 25th, and the application process is officially open today, and it closes April 25th. The City is partnering with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to implement $1,000/month economic relief program for

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
25 Mar 2021

Make Entwined a Permanent Piece of Art: Sign the Petition

Public art installations like ‘Entwined’ in Golden Gate Park provide a real service to our city, not only do they provide a wonderful and safe destination for all ages, they provide a safe harbor in Golden Gate Park after dark.  I mean, before the Ferris Wheel near de Young Musem,

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