That LA Dodger with the red beard knows he just tested positive for COVID-19. He partied with his teammates anyway, unmasked, after the Dodgers won the World Series Tuesday night. After testing positive, Justin Turner’s post-game actions difficult to justify: https://t.co/vRukPN3O5w — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) October 28, 2020 His name
Janitors may not be the first people who come to mind when we talk about essential workers in the age of COVID-19, but the work they do keeps wheels turning at essential places such as hospitals, schools and grocery stores. Unfortunately, janitors, like security officers and airport workers, are put
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
Growing up in San Diego and living most of my adult life in the Bay Area, hating on Los Angeles was always a bit of hobby. “LA Sucks” pretty much covered all we needed to know about it. That’s all changed in recent years though since LA keeps managing to get cooler and cooler. There’s so much rad art and nightlife going on, and the city is so big, that you can pretty much find something to fall in love with no matter who you are. That said, you have to know where to look.
Los Angeles is the world’s biggest high school. Celebrities function as the “popular kids” and like high school, much of the social life is designed around being in the same place as them with the hope of being noticed.
Following the iconic graffiti and street artists who went on to create studio art, trading spray cans for canvases, moving their art from garage doors to galleries.
By Jillian Roberston Drag icon RuPaul once said, “Drag is punk rock. It’s a big FU to the status quo.” Long before RuPaul’s Drag Race became a global phenomenon, a punk rock musician in Los Angeles was taking that sentiment literally. Rozz Williams, creator of 80s punk rock band Christian
Guest post by Breanna Reeves Approximately one year into Donald Trump’s presidency, the 2nd annual Women’s March emphasized the importance of voting by encouraging attendees to take their power to the polls. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti estimated that 500,000 attendees showed up in support of women’s rights, intersectionality and
Broke-Ass Stuart is now accepting poetry submissions to be featured in the BAS Poetry: Arts & Culture column. Written & curated by Corinne Avganim. Monday, bloody Monday. Not sure about you, but I need a major distraction from reality today. So, I have decided to spend the day embodying Bloody Maria – a graphic