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04 May 2018

Ten Years of Radical Thought and Punk Rock : PM Press

By Jordan Ranft Since its inception ten years ago PM Press has been selling books at live music events, especially punk shows. At first glance it is a strange sight to behold. I was first introduced to them at an Adicts show in Sacramento, and the image of a book

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03 May 2018

News to keep you afloat for the week of May 3, 2018

Buckle your seat belts, this week’s news dives into the Oakland A’s and their search for a home, a submarine gone astray, violence in Kabul and the latest out of the Trump legal circus. A’s: Last stop, Oakland There’s no question that 1968 was a year to remember, here in

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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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03 May 2018

Art Parties, Openings, and Fests in OAK & SF

By Kirsten Chen (w/ window dressing from Alex Mak) Did you say ‘MORE ART PLEASE’? Well, good.  The weather’s nice and there are lots of art openings, parties, festivals on both sides of the bay in May.  Here’s just a few in the next week or two. INTERNATIONAL ART, TECH, MUSIC MUTEK.SF, a

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01 May 2018

A Comics View of Michelle Wolf at The White House Correspondents Dinner

So, unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock for the last couple days, you are fully aware that comedian Michelle Wolf was the featured act for The White House Correspondents Dinner. Michelle Wolf is an extremely funny comic that got her breakout on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and

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18 Apr 2018

So Many Art Parties, Films, and Festivals in SF, So Little Time

San Francisco’s Art Season has arrived and there are a ton of delightful art parties, fairs, fundraisers, concerts, films, and gala type events happening all over the place.  From fancy to grassroots, outdoor to indoor, high art to tech heavy, from the art dealerdriven to the artists running the asylum.  If

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12 Apr 2018

These E-Scooters Need to Be Stopped, And We Know How to Do it

On St. Patricks Day, former Uber executives and venture capitalists began dropping electric scooters on the streets of San Francisco like locusts.  They didn’t ask anyone’s permission (which is the Uber business model in more ways than one), they just started dumping e-scooters into the Financial District and near commuter hubs.  So while people

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