Music

25 Nov 2019

Don’t Dismiss Doja Cat for Her Sexuality

by Willem Frankenfort With her sophomore album, Hot Pink, Amala Zandile Dlamini is poised to be the next big name in hip hop. You may know her better by her stage name, Doja Cat. She came to the attention of the public at large in 2018 with her viral video,

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21 Nov 2019

The Carefully Calculated World of K-Pop

by Kate Brunotts In October of this year, global superstars BTS broke another world record by becoming the fastest account to gain 1 million followers on the social platform TikTok. It took the group well under 4 hours. Clearly, K-Pop groups have taken the world by storm and amassed an

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15 Nov 2019

How the Spotify Algorithm is Ruining My Work Life

Our Tech Column was made possible by the fine folks at Mozilla Firefox.  The nonprofit Mozilla Foundation believes the Internet must always remain a global public resource that is open and accessible to all.  And that’s why we love Firefox as our browser, and you should too. GUEST POST BY KATHARINE

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11 Nov 2019

Famous Blue Hoodie: An SF Version of a Classic Leonard Cohen Song

Over the weekend I got to read at the SF Leonard Cohen Festival. I recited a few different things including my poem Italian Girl in Dublin. But I also put together something new for it! If you’re a Leonard Cohen fan, then you know the song “Famous Blue Raincoat” but

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30 Sep 2019

How the Hell Did Riot Fest Make it 15 Years?

Riot Fest has been around for 15 years, that’s a decade and a half (yay math)! If you aren’t aware, it’s festival that caters to the punk, metal, hip-hop, and alternative crowd with all the accouterments their band t-shirt clad hearts could desire with a carnival twist. Spending the weekend

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08 Aug 2019

Harry and the Potters Bring the Wizard Rock

Harry and the Potters wizard-rock band made a pit-stop off their brooms from Hogwarts to the Bottom of the Hill. The evening got started with three muggle opening bands: Flying Fish Cove, SOAR, and Giggle Party, but Giggle Party helped provide a platform of craziness to help the muggles (non-magic

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08 Aug 2019

Harry and the Potters Brought the Wizard Rock

Harry and the Potters wizard-rock band made a pit-stop off their brooms from Hogwarts to the Bottom of the Hill. The evening got started with three muggle opening bands: Flying Fish Cove, SOAR, and Giggle Party, but Giggle Party helped provide a platform of craziness to help the muggles (non-magic

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