CAAMFest Turns 40!
For its 40th CAAMFest, the Center for Asian American Media has brought some intriguing films for this milestone film festival. This year’s festival, which runs from May 12-22, 2022, will offer among other films: a SXSW Award-winning documentary set in the middle of red America; a horror comedy set in
The 30th Cinequest, “Coup 53,” And The Stardust Brothers All Arrive
Along with spring, March brings several cinematic delights. Four film festivals big and small play this month, including one celebrating its 30th edition. A noted American independent director and a renowned Malian filmmaker make in-person appearances. Fans of old films can see an incredible Soviet anti-war classic or the late
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
There’s a Big Climate Strike on Friday
Via – Bay Area Climate Strike and Resiliency Village Mass March to Divest from Destruction and Invest in a Green New Deal Start: Friday, December 06, 2019: 12:00 PM Location: Downtown San Francisco, 400 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 Youth Vs. Apocalypse (YvA) will be hosting a resiliency village
Drawn From the City : Ashley
DRAWN FROM THE CITY: Illustrations and Interviews of SF’s Best, first appeared in The Bold Italic in 2015 and ran through 2016. We at broke-assstuart.com liked them so much we asked Crystal if we could put them out again as a time capsule of SF’s creative scene during the height of the
Your 39th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Preview
The ad campaign for the 39th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) challenges viewers to think about the things that make a film Jewish. Does it need to focus on Jewish religious issues? Must it be set in Israel? Does the talent in front of or behind the camera need
Tattoo Artists, Three Film Festivals, And More
The S.F. Bay Area’s art cinema has some great alternatives to the typical Hollywood summer fare. The next few weeks offer three different film festivals, several music films, anniversary celebrations, an incredible South Korean political thriller that might otherwise slip under your radar, and a couple of Broke-Ass screenings for
What happens when the Dominatrix isn’t in the dungeon?
Welcome to Brain-Throbs & Blow Jobs, a column that will be highlighting the great minds and perspectives of Bay Area sex workers through interviews and photo portraits. I met Oakland based Pro Domme, Avalon Black, for a drink at a local coffee shop, and was reminded that being Dominant is not
RY X Graces an Intimate Crowd with Heavenly Harmonies at Grace Cathedral
What did you do Saturday night? I spent mine at church. With a tall bearded Australian who sang sweet melodies that filled the highest rafters and played heavy bass that shook every pew. I’m talking about RY X, the critically acclaimed singer/guitarist/synth player who’s style of music I would describe