Arts and Culture

27 Feb 2020

Some Art Openings, Shows, & Festivals In SF

By Tiffany Yau Come to your Census: Who Counts in America? https://ybca.org/event/come-to-your-census-who-counts-in-america/ YBCA March 27 – July 31 In the next four months,  the 2020 Census will be open and the results will determine the allocation of federal funding and political representation for the next decade of our community—from affordable

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27 Feb 2020

The Art Openings, Shows, & Festivals In SF

By Tiffany Yau Come to your Census: Who Counts in America? https://ybca.org/event/come-to-your-census-who-counts-in-america/ YBCA March 27 – July 31 In the next four months,  the 2020 Census will be open and the results will determine the allocation of federal funding and political representation for the next decade of our community—from affordable

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27 Feb 2020

Public Art Gallery Wants Your Work on its Walls

Via – Sofia Airaghi SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Youth Art Exchange announces the 2nd annual, (415) Public Gallery, an art show that places the public as both exhibitors and audience members. Exhibiting (hopefully!) 415 pieces, the curation of the art show will be crowdsourced from those living/working/loving in San Francisco.

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27 Feb 2020

Satirical BART Ads Appear, Warn of Trump Re-Election

This week, some art activists papered BART cars with a satiracal ‘frontpage’, titled Trump Re-Elected by One Vote.  The unsanctioned ‘articles’ from the ‘Washington Toast‘, warn that a low voter turnout will lead to a Trump re-election, and perhaps the ‘death of Democracy’. On the bottom right corner of the

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21 Feb 2020

Jackie Fielder’s State Senate Campaign Puts Working People First

GUEST POST BY: IAN FIRSTENBERG The March 3rd California primary has garnered national attention as a contested and messy presidential race that could be solidified for the frontrunning Senator Bernie Sander. But all politics are local and as such, it’s important to pay attention to local officials as well as

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20 Feb 2020

“Leap of the Decade” will be the Best Cannabis Party in 4 Years

This article was made possible by the fine folks at Urbana. Wanna support an article? Holler at Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com Urbana: After 5 Years of Harvest, we’ve planted new seeds Celebrate with Urbana at the Super Sale Saturday Vendor Market in both Mission and Geary locations. All day DJ, light bites, specialty

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20 Feb 2020

Heron Arts goes BIG. The detailed, larger-than-life paintings of Robert Burden

written by: SHAYNA YASUHARA As a break from instant gratification, Heron Arts brings gallery goers an artist that cuts no corners when it comes to time and detail. Play by Robert Xavier Burden, which opens Saturday, February 29th, features large-scale paintings ranging in size from 60×30 inches up to a

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