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13 Feb 2016

Rad Benefit for the Homeless Prenatal Program with Jazz Violinist Regina Carter

Guest Post by Mirriam Rafiq Braden On February 27, 2016, jazz violinist and former Resident Director at SFJAZZ Regina Carter will dedicate an evening of community and celebration to the Homeless Prenatal Program (HPP). HPP is thrilled to host Carter at the Nourse Auditorium in San Francisco. Over the course of her

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13 Feb 2016

Awesome Galentine’s Day Cards Celebrate America’s First Ladies

On this glorious day we celebrate Galentine’s Day. A day when ladies honor their lady friends and family. And what better way to tell the women in your life, “Hey, you’re Rad!” than with the First Ladies of our Country. Leslie Knope would be so proud of us. We’ve made these

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11 Feb 2016

Feminists to Auction Off Bachelors for Planned Parenthood

Female comedians are selling off live male bachelors at a Valentine’s weekend comedy event that will have you snort-laughing while raising money for Planned Parenthood. Enter the Matriarchy, A Valentine’s Day Celebration provides anti-patriarchal Valentine’s hilarity with SF’s funniest female comedians featuring Kate Willett and Rachel Lark, and auctioning off

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10 Feb 2016

How Not to Move to L.A.

Next time you’re at the bar take a look around. See that look of quiet, yet clearly shameful resignation on the face of that guy in the corner? You’ve seen him before, haven’t you? You’ve definitely seen that look. Yeah, so what’s the deal? you’re wondering. Did he lose his job? His boyfriend? Did his puppy get eaten

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10 Feb 2016

The Last Black Man in San Francisco: The Film and the Reality

Being the last black man in San Francisco seems farfetched. Of course it does. This is intentionally absurd, obviously satirical. Of course it is. It should be as ridiculous as it sounds, but when we bring ourselves further into the numbers, perspective and emotion, it’s more bleak reality than artistic

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09 Feb 2016

Terminate Flies with the Bug-a-Salt

I was in Alabama hanging out with some locals, where else but on a porch. The breeze stopped blowing and a cloud of flies descended on us. Wayne, the old man whose porch we were sitting on turned to his friend: ‘Get the gun,’ he said, with a dribble of

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08 Feb 2016

How Beyonce and Super Bowl 50 Led Us to Talk About Black Lives Matter

Super Bowl week has come and gone, leaving San Francisco and surrounding areas with the daunting task of cleaning up after an epic seven-day party. While thousands poured into Super Bowl City over the weekend — causing SFPD to officially close off the area at 3PM Saturday because it had reached capacity

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08 Feb 2016

Why Small Talk Cheapens Your Life

Putting on a facade and feigning interest in something as mundane as the weather so as to avoid being vulnerable is what we’ve learned to do

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