Arts and Culture

24 May 2022

Why London Breed Chose The Police Over The Pride Parade

San Francisco is a city of symbols. We’re iconic for a bunch of shit we don’t really live up to. The current situation London Breed has found herself in relation to the LGBTQIA+ Pride Parade is emblematic of the issues facing San Francisco itself If you’ve been following national media

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19 May 2022

Retired SF Chronicle Editor Opens His First Solo Photography Exhibition

Peter Y. Sussman may be known for his command of language, but he is poised to leave his mark on the visual arts. On Friday, May 6, Sussman celebrated the opening of his first solo photography exhibition, “The Attentive Eye,” at Alliant International University in Emeryville. Following his 29-year stint

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18 May 2022

Broke-Ass Poets: Finn Turner

A Woman In Her Room A woman in her room feels sometimes that she lives on the back of the world, as if, while studying a tapestry, she found she had been gazing at its rough reverse.  On Rossetti’s ‘Blue Silk Dress’ Jane Burden, famous for your face and illustrious

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18 May 2022

Las Vegas: Taking Molly in Heels is Modern Torture

Rolling Would Be More Fun If Not For Modern Torture By Darci Flatley I wanted to be abducted so badly—pulled into a bright-blue chandelier that looked like a collection of sea glass, and left to float within, running my fingers through individual gems to hear them clink and chime. The

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18 May 2022

Broke-Ass Poets: Curt Hopkins

We like poetry (we swear) and we’re making space for it, too. Today’s Broke-Ass poet is local author and “busy, somewhat overfed crepuscular passerine,” Curt Hopkins. III. The paranoid dead From the broken soil spirits whisper, Goth and Magothy are the kings of the Unclean Nations. The dead are the

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13 May 2022

The Warped Dimension Film Festival is Here!

Waiting for the next edition of the Another Hole In The Head Film Festival? Then whet your appetite for genre films this May 14-15 weekend by checking out the 2022 edition of the Warped Dimension Film Festival (hereafter “Warped”).  Put on by the producers of Another Hole In The Head,

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13 May 2022

Massive Art Installation, Society’s Cage, Debuts in Oakland

This week, Society’s Cage, a traveling experimental art installation about societal racism, was built in front of Oakland’s City Hall. The 15-foot by 15-foot installation, built of over 500 steel bars, hopes you will come and interact with the piece. There were four designers, as well as 8-12 people working

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12 May 2022

The Fun Things to Do in Vallejo, CA

The best part about going to Vallejo is the ferry ride across the entire San Francisco Bay.  The views are world-class, the boat moves at a comfortable +30 knots, and they run on time, like clockwork.

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