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An Interview with BlakSyn, the Human Behind @KinkyBlackEducator
By KC Van Der Zee Today, and especially in the Bay Area, we are surrounded by technology and seemingly endless streams of algorithms and information. It is not uncommon for a phone to be in hand of everyday bystanders in the city while walking in public, riding on BART, or
How Drag Pageants Have Changed! The 1990’s to the Digital Now
By Eddie Jen The last time I competed in a drag pageant, it was in the nineteen hundreds. The very late nineteen hundreds. And on my third try, I won the tiara. Afterward, one of the contestants stabbed me in the shoulder. OK, she pricked me. But it was intentional. That’s the
Ghostbusters & More at the San Francisco Symphony!
Boasting an unforgettable theme song, proton packs, and one of the best comedy trio of the 1980s, Bill Murray, Dan Akroid & Harold Ramis ,this hilarious and fun comedy classic follows an eccentric band of paranormal investigators as they wage a spectacular battle with the supernatural in New York City.
10 Literally Insane Astrology Questions for the Hosts of the OrBits Podcast
by Hannah Harkness No online magazine would be complete without an astrology section, but we also want to be a publication that asks HARD CUTTING EDGE QUESTIONS! We at BrokeAssStuart reached out to professional astrologers/ comedians Julia Schachter and Elise Edwards with some tough questions to get the real dirt
SF Mime Troupe Celebrates 60 years with musical comedy “Treasure Island”
It says it right on the side of the giant truck that transports their self-contained outdoor theater set: “Not that kind of mime!” Far from being silent, the San Francisco Mime Troupe has presented musical comedies in the parks for 60 years, making them the longest running political comedy troupe
Crystal Vielula : Artist You Should Know
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet Crystal Vielula, a dynamic and multi-faceted artist whose art often makes you stop and smile. If
San Francisco’s Long, Passionate Affair with Carmen
For over 92 years Georges Bizet’s Carmen has carried on a great love affair with San Francisco. Carmen was our city’s first opera, debuting in 1927 at SF’s Civic Auditorium. Over the decades, she’s continued to sing and seduce her way through some 192 performances in San Francisco, and through