Since we’ve been such good little citizens during the pandemic, our Covid infection rates are putting us into ‘Red Tier’ by next week. What is ‘Red Tier’ you might ask? It means we can join NYC in indoor dinning and indoor museums at 25% capacity! So check your favorite restaurants,
Wow…what a night! It’s been a week since Broke-Ass Stuart’s 40th Birthday Roast and I’m just now finally getting this recap together. I’ve got some bad news and some good news for you. The bad news is that we screwed up and ended up not recording the roast. Ugh…I know,
This article, like all the other great articles written about black music and culture, is written by a white guy who doesn’t make music. In other words, my opinion is ABSOLUTE FACT AND IF YOU DISAGREE… YOU’RE WRONG! This article is also being written during the anniversary month of the
TW: Mentions of Sexual Assault Spoiler Warning: Duh, this is a review for a show I watched. What am I supposed to do? Not talk about the show and talk about crumpets? Since 1997 South Park has tried to be the edgiest cartoon on the block. And for what it’s
It’s a ‘spare the air’, ‘red flag’ and ‘heat advisory’ day in most of California…again. With dozens of fires blazing, record heat temperatures expected for this time of year, and hot, gusty winds out of the north. Most of California will be much hotter than normal, with unhealthy air today.
Who knew this October would offer seven different film festivals? But that’s exactly what’s happened thanks to a mix of regular scheduling and COVID-19 forced re-scheduling. For the viewer wanting to see or try new movies, the options these festivals offer range from short films to some highly buzzed-about movies.
Firefighter explains how fires are named in California, and what the acronyms, and the ‘complexes’ are about.
Coronavirus concerns have curbed holding the 19th annual San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (aka DocFest) live. So this year DocFest attendees will have to do without drinking parties at a nearby Mission District bar or opportunities to meet a filmmaker in real life. Fortunately, despite a general lack of live