Did you know that the day after Israeli Independence Day is a day Palestinians call Nakba Day? It translates to “Day of Catastrophe” and is an annual commemoration of the displacement of Palestinians that happened due to the creation of Israel. Yeah, that’s how complicated the region is, and that is
On Sunday May 19 Emmy winning stand-up comic Sarah Silverman will appear with actor, writer and Sirius XM radio host Seth Rudetsky on stage at the Herbst Theater for an evening of comedy, conversation and music. Proceeds from the show will benefit San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, Project Open Hand and
Hey, cinema adventurers! Feel like trying something that’s crunchier or more meaty for your film diet? Some of the Bay Area’s repertory and art house theaters have you covered. Here are some of the intriguing things coming up over the next few weeks. May 15 Bad Black–You may have heard
I gave birth five months ago, and I’m really excited to celebrate my first Mother’s Day with my child. The first one feels special, like I’m suddenly a part of a new club. I’ve been a mother for just a few months, but I’ve been a sex worker for many years.
Denver Colorado has become the 1st major American city to make tripping on shrooms, legal. It’s not quite Amsterdam just yet though, you won’t be able to walk into a dispensary and buy magic mushrooms, because selling shrooms is not covered in the new law, but you will no longer
By Kate Haverston A lot of folks in America and beyond still refuse to believe in the concept of white privilege. Some of them even believe the ‘white man’s’ way of life is under threat, or that he’s somehow become an endangered species in the age of globalization and inclusion.
Warning: This article contains graphic videos that may be triggering and inappropriate for some viewers. On Wednesday, Fremont Police Department complied with the new transparency law, SB 1421, which became effective Jan. 1, by releasing video footage of six officer-involved shootings that occurred over the past three years. We are