Arts and Culture
Last week in San Francisco the stylish kids, queers, Queens, and everyone in between gathered in droves for the official San Francisco PRIDE 2022 celebration in downtown San Francisco. The event was finally back after what seemed like an absolute eternity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As your local Broke-Ass
Empowered with the success of building her own tiny home, EllaHarp turned her attention to her next challenge: building a tiny harp. If a tiny harp seems like less of a big deal than a tiny house, you’re probably not a professional harpist.
The Performer You Should Know series highlights local artists before they perform something awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. We’ve got a soft spot in our hearts for circus folk here at brokeassstuart.com, we are kindred spirits.
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No President and First Lady had ever allowed their portrait artists so much freedom in design and composition as the Obamas. Just flip through the portraits of the preceding 44 Presidents, and you may notice a theme.
She mentions that she’s always put music production on a pedestal, and describes her initial foray into the art as an opportunity to trust herself in a world that she initially didn’t feel a part of.
“I simply had a loopy plan that I executed with maniacal energy over 24 years, and I kind of pulled it off.” So says prolific singer-songwriter and record producer John Vanderslice in the final chapter of TrueAnon Presents: “Keep the Dream Alive,” a five-episode podcast series on the history of his legendary analog recording
Unlike most of us who read it as kids in school, director Felicity Hesed read The Secret Garden for the first time during the pandemic, and instantly started seeing connections. In her new circus theater adaptation, Mary Lennox’s parents, who died of cholera in the book, are victims of Covid-19.