New venue, new menu, the legendary Neo-Futurists took residency and debuted The Infinite Wrench in San Francisco’s 447 Minna Black Box Theater last Friday
Oakland Animal Services (OAS) were desperate to find homes for their biggest and most adorable residents due to overcrowding. Some dogs had been in the shelter for more than 100 days. OAS decided to hold a special adoption event last weekend where they would extend the shelter hours and waive
Edge on the Square, the Bay Area’s first Asian Pacific Islander contemporary arts and media hub, opened on January 13th. Located at 800 Grant Avenue at the edge of Portsmouth Square, in the heart of Chinatown, Edge on the Square will cultivate a space for creativity, education, art and culture.
Yes that’s right, if you formally adopt a drain and take on the responsibility of keeping it clear of debris, (and our streets free of floods) you also get to name your drain!
New York City Mayor Eric Adams just announced his initiative to renew involuntary commitment. A “common misunderstanding persists that we cannot provide involuntary assistance unless the person is violent,” said Adams, with the New York Times reporting. “Going forward, we will make every effort to assist those who are suffering
I get that this is the cost of doing business, but the flip side is that nearly all media, from music to writing to photography, is now expected to be free. The traditional business model has failed, and the only sustainable one going forward is for readers to support the publications they love and rely on.
On Sunday, November 6th legendary San Francisco author and artist Paul Madonna was driving home in his SmartCar through McLaren Park when he was struck head-on by a Mercedes Benz driving in the wrong lane at approximately 65 mph. Witnesses of the crash reported that the Mercedes then fled the
ArthouseSF starts with taking care of our creative community, but it offers a model that can be adapted for other nonprofit housing projects