Why there is Value in Being a F***-Up
It doesn’t take long to develop. The stench of the fuck-up, I mean. For some, it’s a near-immediate branding. You leave the womb a loud, tempestuous thing. Or else you’re quiet, brooding, sulking, strange. You laugh at inopportune times. You fail to learn the secret handshake practiced by polite society.
Artist René Yañez & San Francisco’s Great Tortilla Conspiracy
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. By Ray Conteur What would San Francisco look like without the influence of Frida Kahlo? What about Día
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
This Gender Bending Artist Is Re-Imagining The World’s Most Iconic Images
Yasumasa Morimura may be Japan’s most well-known appropriation artist. He’s reimagined some of the best-known images in the world. Morimura has painted himself into iconic pieces of art and superimposes himself into historical photographs. His aim has been to push racial, ethnic and gender boundaries in his conservative Japan and
One crazy, Fiery Week in the Bay Area
Welcome to your week in Bay Area news. We’ll hit on some key stories that matter here and give you some ideas as to what to do to decompress after a week of crazy. Here goes… Ghost Ship defendants take minimized plea deal Max Harris and Derick Almena entered no
When Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera Created in San Francisco
San Francisco is an old, iron safe filled with gold, glory, disaster, and secrets. Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera traveled the world creating art, all the while living an intense romance. Twice–first in 1930, and then in 1940–Kahlo and Rivera lived in San Francisco, where they painted, creating known works