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About a year ago, I went to Ruckus and Rumpus Revival show where I was absolutely amazed by the performance of an artist named Frak The Person and his unique battle rap style. During show, he effortlessly weaved words from the audience into freestyle songs, creating an unforgettable experience. Although
One of the best parts of any concert is snagging a handmade poster to cherish the memory of a great show. Those artists behind the gig posters? Seriously talented. And guess what? For just two days, you can browse and buy poster art from over 25 artists – for FREE!
It’s a yeap year which can mean only one thing – a silly protest with an important message is coming to the streets of Berkeley on February 29th. Leap Day Action Night organized by The Slingshot Collective is not your traditional protest or even just a distraction keeping us from
Recreating photography of the last 150 years in Dolores Park.
by Charles Lewis III My first time at Cutting Ball Theater was in the early-2000s. I hopped off the Powell St. BART, made my way past the chess tables, up the block past EXIT Theatre, and around the corner to the EXIT on Taylor. The play I saw was some
Before there was a Safeway at the intersection of Market and Church Sts. it was San Francisco’s first modern farmers’ market. And it all started because of World War 2. In a fascinating essay on FoundSF.org, a man named John Brucato tells how it all began. Due to the war
The whole world is watching in horror as Israel’s far right government prepares to send the Israeli military into Rafah. It is guaranteed to be another bloodbath of annihilation that will kill thousands of civilians. I don’t know how Netanyahu and his ghouls think destroying Gaza won’t also kill the
Eureka Sound by Vanessa Gil, Arts & Events Editor My brother’s in town! His band, Eureka Sound, is playing in Pacifica on Friday at Longboard Margarita Bar. They’ll be alongside Nick Sefakis, opening up for Blvk H3ro. I haven’t seen him in five months and am glad for a