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10 Apr 2019

I Want to Mail You Weird Postcards

Remember back in February when I sent out the incredibly ridiculous Valentine above? Well it got me thinking: I’d really love to continue sending out weird postcards to all my followers, fans, and frenemies. I mean, who doesn’t like getting something in the mail? In this increasingly digital world, isn’t

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14 Mar 2019

The Creative, Artistic, & New Media Inspired Events in the Bay

Here’s a list of all the creative events– mixers, parties, workshops, and “not galas”– to get you through the month of March.  There are a lot of new media-related events going on, glowing, computing and decorating the cutting edge.  You know how the saying goes, if you think (the arts scene

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14 Mar 2019

The Creative, Artsy, & New Media Inspired Events in the Bay

Here’s a list of all the creative events– mixers, parties, workshops, and “not galas”– to get you through the month of March.  There are a lot of new media-related events going on, glowing, computing and decorating the leading edge.  You know how the saying goes, if you think (the arts scene

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12 Mar 2019

The Bay Area’s Roaming Musical Instrument Lending Library

There is a guy who wanders the Bay Area in a tricked-out truck handing out musical instruments like some kind of Pied Piper in a pinstripe vest. His name is Jason Cool. (Yes, it is.) His project is called the Musical Instrument Library. I met Cool for the first time

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12 Jan 2019

We’re Looking for East Bay Writers!

Do you find yourself reading this site and thinking, “Not only do I know all about the East Bay, I can write better than these chumps!”?  If so, now is your time to prove it. We’re currently looking to expand our author pool in the East Bay (plus we’re open to other

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15 Nov 2018

San Francisco Attempts to Shut Down SantaCon

Santacon. What was once a counterculture performance against consumerism and holiday tradition in San Francisco (scroll to bottom for history), has now turned into more of a St Patrick’s Day in red velvet which takes place in cities all over the world.  But in modern-day San Francisco, anything that involves

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16 Oct 2018

Artist Trains SF 5th Graders in Legal Street Art

It’s not everyday elementary school kids get a lesson in how to make and decorate their neighborhood with their own art, but this week in San Francisco the mean streets of The Richmond got signed bombed with locally made street art, and I personally hope this leads to more SF kids creating

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