Arts and Culture

18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Discounts at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to be announcing The Delicious Card! For just $10 a month you can get awesome discounts at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries. It’s also a great way to explore new places you haven’t dined at before. We all know the struggles local restaurants are

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14 Feb 2020

I Went on The UltimateRoad Trip Down California’s Central Coast

This article was made possible by the fine folks at the Highway 1 Discovery Route. California’s Central Coast doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves. Sure, Southern California has hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches and plenty of movie stars. And Northern California gets the spotlight for its towering Redwoods,

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10 Feb 2020

Hooray! There’s a Valentines Day Drag Show to End Homelessness!

Can Valentines Day be redeemed?  I mean, come on, it’s the ultimate weapon in the Hallmark-Industrial-Complex’s box of patriarchal, conforming, consumerist tools. One of San Francisco’s premier nonprofits helping the homeless is hoping to do better on Valentines Day.  Community Forward SF, which provides support to the most vulnerable homeless

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07 Feb 2020

Celebrate Independent Film With Film Threat’s “Award This!”

S.F. IndieFest’s Up The Oscars offers a two-fer benefit to attendees.  One is a chance to publicly make fun of the glamor and the often reactionary nature of the Oscars.  The other benefit for attendees is helping to keep alive the S.F. cinematic treasure known as the Roxie Theatre.   But

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06 Feb 2020

What it’s like to come in last place in a Drag Beauty Pageant

By Eddie Jen My roommate and I share a secret hand signal for embarrassing public moments. Like when the couple you’re having dinner with starts fighting. There’s no other way to express your discomfort at that moment — when you can’t talk, you can’t leave — you just have to

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03 Feb 2020

Trendy Self-Care Mantras Are Destroying Your Life

by Laurie Riihimaki  In the last decade, there has been a big switch in the way we perceive mental health. Now, the topic of mental health is widely talked about and the stigma is being slowly wiped away. A lot of the positive and open conversation about mental health has

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30 Jan 2020

The Great Art Parties, Experiences & Festivals in SF this Month

By Tiffany Yau THE END OF YOU: Immersive Art Experience endofyou.io Gray Area February 7 – March 1 Discover a new perspective on life through mesmerizing installations in this never-before-seen immersive exhibition. Lose yourself in large-scale visual projections and step into spectacular living landscapes. Experience seven dynamic art installations that will

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