by Hannah Harkness I will start by saying that this is not a review of CATS (2019). If you want a review of CATS, use your old pal Google to find the flock of culture vultures currently circling this CGI nightmare. I do not presume to have any new analysis
Thievery Corporation. How many highly successful musical artists do you know that have thrived for 20 years without a radio hit, a big budget video, or major label backing? Moreover, have managed to do high-profile TV appearances, own and operate their own independent label since day one, sell several million
A club in North Beach called ‘Carbon‘, is using a bikini-clad blonde lady in a native headdress to promote their pre-thanksgiving party. Their Eventbrite and facebook event pages say things like: “This time around the theme is Thanksgiving Pre Party!!! Free tequila Patron and Aguardiente shots before 11:00pm!” Obviously, there
We made the Dreamforce specific MUNI & Waze new maps and schedules to help you understand this week’s transportation schedules, potential outages, & traffic due to the massive tech conference happening right in the middle of the City’s main traffic arteries.
Sometimes art activism is the only reason I still have faith in democracy. Two comedians in NYC trolled Donald Trump Jr. in an ingenious way this week, by replacing the jackets on his new book ‘Triggered’ in an NYC Barnes and Nobles. The new title: ‘Daddy, Please Love Me: How
Muni may have those cornball dad-joke signs about proper backpack etiquette and standing away from the doors to facilitate ingress and egress, but it’s BART’s rules and regs that have made the news since last Friday. The saga began last Monday, when a BART police officer with the badge name
Halloween is a holiday tailor-made for San Franciscans. It’s a celebration that gives adults a perfectly good excuse to wear costumes and go to several parties, with the added bonus of making the Church nervous. Just because SF has the lowest percentage of kids of any major U.S. city, doesn’t
The two ‘Catch me if You Can’ con men who came into San Francisco this past Spring and rented out 3 separate restaurant spaces on Church Street, are gone. One is in police custody, the other is at large. We’re writing this article not just because it’s a fascinating story,