Alex Mak - Managing Editor

05 Dec 2019

SF’s Queen of Stained Glass: Kerbi Urbanowski

The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome or while they are doing so. It’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet Kerbi Urbanowksi, a San Franciscan who specializes in creating stained

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26 Nov 2019

Shameless SF Promoter uses Cultural Appropriation for ‘Thanksgiving Party’

A club in North Beach called ‘Carbon‘, is using a bikini-clad blonde lady in a native headdress to promote their pre-thanksgiving party.  Their Eventbrite and facebook event pages say things like: “This time around the theme is Thanksgiving Pre Party!!!   Free tequila Patron and Aguardiente shots before 11:00pm!” Obviously, there

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21 Nov 2019

Several Things to Be Grateful for This Thanksgiving Season

By Kate Harveston For many of us, the biggest physical challenge during the holiday season is shambling off to the couch to rest our too-full stomachs and fork hands. Sleeping off the turkey and preparing for the dessert course is hard work! However, many people must live with much more

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14 Nov 2019

Amaluna Will Make you Want to Run Away and Join the Cirque

The smell of popcorn and anticipation greet you under the big tent, as parents, punters and press sip wine and chat excitedly before the premiere of Cirque Du Soleil’s AMALUNA in San Francisco.   Amaluna is directed by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus, and it’s female-driven, nail biting action, and if I

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14 Nov 2019

Man Stabs Baby Trump Balloon, But Art Activists Have Plenty More 

An Alabama man stabbed a giant baby Trump balloon at a football game on Sunday.  Perhaps it’s only fitting that Trump supporters show their love for the President by stabbing a baby version of him, as life continues to imitate art in this chapter of America.  The Trump baby was

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12 Nov 2019

Art Activists Change Trump Jr.’s Book Title to ‘Daddy, Please Love Me’

Sometimes art activism is the only reason I still have faith in democracy.  Two comedians in NYC trolled Donald Trump Jr. in an ingenious way this week, by replacing the jackets on his new book ‘Triggered’ in an NYC Barnes and Nobles.   The new title: ‘Daddy, Please Love Me: How

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31 Oct 2019

25 Best Lazy Halloween Costumes

Halloween is almost here and many of you are starting to think about costume ideas.  If you’re broke, enjoy puns, or if you’re simply a very lazy person, here are some incredible DIY, last-minute lazy Halloween costume ideas to run with.  Enjoy responsibly.  Ginger Bread Man Super Cute #Throwback Truly, truly lazy

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