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Goddamnit. This one hurts. The Stud is closing. Goddamnit. First opened in 1966, The Stud has had lived in multiple locations over the past 54 but it’s been in its current location on 9th Street for quite some time now. In fact, it was set to close for good in
Coronavirus has struck again and this time the casualty is the 102 year old Stork Club in Oakland. The storied venue has hosted just about every imaginable type of performance over the past century, so this is a big blow to the Oakland creative scene. The news broke yesterday when the
The ‘shelter in place’ order is impossible to follow for the thousands of San Franciscans who have no shelter. During a pandemic, people living on the streets have it worse than ever. Shelters have been closed, and demand for food banks has exploded as tens of thousands of San Franciscans
If you have COVID symptoms or believe you’ve been exposed, you can get a COVID 19 test now in San Francisco whether you have health insurance or not. Here is a directory and map of testing sites. All other info is bellow. Via sf.gov Getting a test in San Francisco Testing
It’s your chance to show the world how you’ve been able to convert the raw materials surrounding you in your shelter into a short original film.
Interview with Lil Tuffy By Derek Tobias To hear the audio version of this interview with Tuffy & Derek visit AusformMag.com, where each week you will hear a new interview with one of the wonderful personalities that make the Bay Area such a unique and magical place. Lil Tuffy: The story of how
Starting today, California undocumented immigrants impacted by COVID-19 can apply for relief funds. According to the Mercury News: The state has set up funding to help support them during the coronavirus crisis, providing $125 million through a public-private partnership. It’s been touted as the first fund of its kind to
While this obviously doesn’t hold the same joy as browsing the stacks for an hour before finally deciding what to buy, it’s a great opportunity to support a local business while we wait for things to more fully open up.