As you probably heard, the Molester in Chief tweeted today that he won’t be allowing transgender people in the military from now on. This is some serious fuckery considering that the bravest people I know are transgender. While it wouldn’t surprise me if he and his nefarious gang of thieves
Judy Blume will discuss her first book in 15-years, In the Unlikely Event, her career spanning eight decades of writing, children empowerment and her favorite stories about the young and young at heart. Sunday, June 7 2015 @ 5:45Pm | The Castro Theatre | Tickets can be purchased here
Talib continues to speak out against the militarization of the police force, the prison industrial complex, and institutionalized racism. Considered one of the most lyrically gifted and socially aware rappers of our time, Talib feels that artists have a responsibility to the communities that support their careers. Hear from Talib
Join us for what marks Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 86th birthday to celebrate the legacy and life of Dr. King with Dr. Cornel West. Praised by The New York Times for his “ferocious moral vision” and hailed by Newsweek as “an elegant prophet with attitude,” Dr. Cornel West bridges
Remember when I had a TV show? Yeah, that was pretty rad. I got to travel the country exploring the weird and wonderful in all kinds of different cities. It was an amazing experience and I met so many cool peeps, including Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys.
This sounds fucking delicious. I love food and eating so I might just enter this contest myself. Anyways, I’m giving away a pair of tickets to this Dishcrawl event. Normally a ticket is $45 each, but the winner gets two for FREE. Hell yeah. Feel like just buying some? Then
Jasmine Garden’s Bun Bo Hue Two doors down from what used to be called The Transfer on 14th Street is Jasmine Garden, a fairly un-assuming Vietnamese restaurant. It is nestled right in the crook of one of S.F’s major transportation hubs (from which was derived the name of the above-mentioned bar),