Angela Davis Through the Lens of Race, Gender, Economics, and Policy.
OMCA recently unveiled Seize the Time, an exhibition highlighting the legacy and present-day work of Angela Davis. The show follows a precedent set by OMCA’s previous exhibitions: like All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50 and Hella Feminist, Seize the Time is an interdisciplinary, multimedia experience.
North Beach’s DIY Punk Revival
Bannam Place is easy to miss. The unassuming alley skewers a Green Street block of North Beach favorites, dividing Sodini’s from the former location of Baonecci Ristorante. By day, the slim passage is populated by stray tourists and residents enjoying a midday smoke. By night, it’s host to barhoppers seeking
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Oakland Names Street After Huey Newton, Co-Founder of the Black Panthers
The street sign for Dr. Huey P. Newton Way, in honor of the late activist, was unveiled on Ninth Street near Mandela Parkway.
Your Need to Know News This Week
Below are some highlights, lowlights and oddities from this week in local news. A recipe for destruction What do you get when you mix a bottle of Hennessy, meth and loaded guns? Nothing good, ever. But two people found out Sunday that such a cocktail can definitely get you arrested.
Black Panther Party 50th Anniversary: Where Do We Go From Here?
October 2016 was a month long celebration for the Black Panther Party 50th anniversary. A lot of events happened in Oakland with Life Is Living festival at deFremery Park, Joyce Gordon Gallery, and the museum/gala at the Oakland Museum of California. At the Oakland Museum of California, they had conferences and
How Beyonce and Super Bowl 50 Led Us to Talk About Black Lives Matter
Super Bowl week has come and gone, leaving San Francisco and surrounding areas with the daunting task of cleaning up after an epic seven-day party. While thousands poured into Super Bowl City over the weekend — causing SFPD to officially close off the area at 3PM Saturday because it had reached capacity