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07 Jun 2018

SF Artists Courageously Fight Back Against Serial Evictor in the Mission

If you live in San Francisco you are well aware of the steep and brutal rise of tenant evictions in the past few years.  As silicon valley employees increasingly move to ‘the city’, and wages for tech jobs soar, so do rental costs, and landlords seek to cash in on the

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07 Jun 2018

SF Artists Creatively Fight Back Against Serial Evictor in the Mission

If you live in San Francisco you are well aware of the steep and brutal rise of tenant evictions in the past few years.  As silicon valley employees increasingly move to ‘the city’, and wages for tech jobs soar, so do rental costs, and landlords seek to cash in on the

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25 May 2018

The Cosplay from the Opening Night ‘Solo’ Deserves a Han

San Francisco went full wookie for the premiere screenings of Solo: A Star Wars Story last night. On hand to get pictures, we were, as the Alamo Drafthouse turned into den of scum, villainy, and scruffy-looking nerf herders. Princess Leia has become more powerful than you can possibly imagine since

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17 May 2018

Bay to Breakers Liquor Store Map 2018

Behold the Tenth Anniversary Edition of the Bay to Breakers Liquor Store Map, the now-legendary smartphone map that shows the nearest booze and smoke shops even when you’re in the Golden Gate Park backwoods of the Bay to Breakers race. There are no liquor stores at all on the second

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03 May 2018

Herman Dune’s Sweet Thursday Celebrates Southern CA

Herman Dune’s first album in 7 years is a tribute to Southern California that will make you fall in love with the west coast all over again.   David Ivar  has spent most of their life on the road performing under pseudonym, “Herman Dune”. Dune hit the ground running – bringing

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15 Mar 2018

The Weird and Wonderful World of Craigslist ‘Free’

By Jillian Robertson I love Craiglist Free, for its distinctly lo-fi appearance, its unofficial lingo, the cycling and recycling of questionably valuable items between people within a community. Back in college, I challenged myself to furnish a two bedroom apartment, shared by my roommates Dana and Michelle, entirely off of Craigslist

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07 Dec 2017

It’s Art Grant Season in Cali

If you’re part of an arts organization or an artsy non-profit in California, then fire up your laptop and start huntin’ because the start of California’s art grant season is now open. As of December 5th you can now apply for 8 of the California Arts Council’s grant programs, with

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