Arts and Culture
Even in the best of times, the city can be a cold, hard place when you’re young, queer and just spent the last of your money on a one-way ticket here from Gaybashville, USA. The Castro can offer plenty in the way of hook-ups and booze, but often
The Clay Theatre is known for their hilarious Midnight Movie specials and is often prone to crazy contests before their showings on Saturday nights. When I was a lame ass freshman in the dorms, living on campus at SFSU [aka middle of nowhere], my dorm-mates and I would constantly look
There are tons of shows looking to fill up their studio audiences. 30 Rock has no seating, so after a lengthy debate with myself I chose The Daily Show over The View. John Stewart’s eye rolls live beat a seat next to a Bible Belter in a seasonally-theme sweatshirt. Sorry
I know that I’m prone to over exaggerate things. I often just get really excited about something and suddenly it goes from being a cool little happening to “Holy shit! You have to go to this! It’s gonna be the best thing ever!” I know this about myself and I’ve
I would be doing my Santa Cruz liberal arts education a disservice by not posting this. Make sure to stop by so you can learn how to tear the Babylon System down. Or at least buy some zines on how to make a pipe bomb.
Come out and bring your friends to the McNally-Jackson Bookstore on Friday, March 20th to get your books, boobs, man-boobs or butts signed and listen to Broke-Ass Stuart read from his NY book.
Ah, a collegiate night on the UWS. Somewhat responsible, at that, for a while at least. Columbia is showing ‘œShake Hands with the Devil’, a documentary following a visit to Rwanda by the UN appointed general who was left powerless to intervene in the massacre of ~800,000 in 1994. I’ll