TweetHere we go, southbound uphill on 7th Ave near Lawton (or Kirkham, one of those). Oh, Gentle Reader, I almost def. have more experience (in terms of hours, decades, miles, younameit) both riding bikes and driving cars on the Streets of San Francisco than this emo roadie, but is this such a tough sitch to […]
Video The Briers North Subdivision invites you and your children to visit and enjoy the yard decorations, costumes, and trick-or-treating! The street opens to trick-or-treaters at 6:00 PM Candy distribution begins at 6:00pm. No admission after 8:30pm. Show More Summary
Inbox Jukebox reviews exciting new (and old) tracks by Jackie Shane, No Age, Patrick Cowley, and more. by Dave Segal Pioneering transgender soul singer Jackie Shane gets the deluxe reissue treatment she deserves. Numero Group Jackie Shane, “Sticks and Stones” (Numero Group). Show More Summary
You can never escape McGinn vs. Murray. by Heidi Groover From two recent campaign ads: Moon's on the left, Durkan's on the right. screenshots via youtube Mayoral candidate Jenny Durkan released this new campaign ad today slamming her...Show More Summary
Time for a little New Orleans funk, methinks. When Trombone Shorty blows that bone, things start to really cook. Have a good weekend, y’all.
Since this weekend is the last before Halloween, lots of people will be dressing up and congregating at places around Japan, this short survey from MAKEY, a smartphone app that teaches make-up techniques, into Halloween costumes looked at what middle and high school girls and university students would like to dress up as. Here’s what […]
The exhibition Socially Engaged at Georgia State University’s Welch gallery through November 10 offers a fantastic sample of predominately recent photo and video work by seven artists – six women and one man – addressing issues central to identity politics such as race, sexuality and gender. Each piece owes something to performance art. Curator Brenda...
by Dan Savage Trump on advertising anti-drug messages: "if we can teach young people... not to start, it's really, really easy not to take [drugs]." pic.twitter.com/TKu3zjfZGT— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) October 26, 2017 This morning...Show More Summary
by Dan Savage 13th Annual HUMP! Trailer from HUMP! Film Festival on Vimeo. The 13th Annual HUMP! Film Fest opens tonight at On the Boards! Both of tonight's screenings are sold out—and most this weekend's screenings are already soldShow More Summary
Since 2008, Vicky Poumpouridis has been going full Clark Griswold on her Astoria home for Halloween. With some help from friends and family, she's back at it again this year with a new addition: an animatronic Freddy Krueger, from the best scary movie franchise of all time: A Nightmare On Elm Street. [ more › ]
Filmed from an AS355 helicopter.
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The uplifting film documentary Amplify Her portrays seven women musician/DJs' unique challenges and triumphs. by Dave Segal A Hundred Drums performing in Amplify Her. Amplify Her trailer/YouTube screen grab The key to enjoying Amplify...Show More Summary
by Sean Nelson Guillaume inspired something deeper than standard-issue actor admiration. The uncommonly excellent stage and screen actor Robert Guillaume died today at the age of 89, of prostate cancer, AP reported. Guillaume was born Robert Peter Williams in St. Show More Summary
The story behind Seattle folk songwriter Larry Conklin's just-reissued cult 1980 LP Jackdaw—and how he survived leeches. by Andrew Hamlin Guitarist Larry Conklin (right) and blues violinist Jochen Blum's Jackdaw has been rescued from obscurity. Show More Summary
For some, Halloween is just another excuse to spend the weekend at parties and bar crawls—while wearing whatever spooky or sexy “insert occupation here” costume strikes your fancy. But for those who already dress up year-round, Halloween has a slightly different significance. We spoke to four local...
TweetFull face helmet, natch. (I mean, you don’t want to be like one of those helmetless FordGoBike “bikeshare” rental bike users going over the handlebars on Market due to the front tires getting stuck in an SFMTA streetcar rail chasm, right?) These unicyclists were hauling ass on the Panhandle Bike Path / Multi Purpose Trail. […]
A D.C.-based firm made the ad. by Heidi Groover More taxes pls! screenshots from youtube A few more facts about that hilariously bad anti-Manka Dhingra ad from yesterday: First: I missed a recently filed report from the PAC that funded the ad, Eastside Values. Show More Summary
ArtsATL contributor Anna Nelson-Daniel speaks to the artist about how his identity informs his art.
Also: Unlike Seattle, Portland is trying to do something about its housing crisis. by Charles Mudede Business as usual... Charles Mudede Let Us Not Get All Nostalgic About the Days Before Amazon: Amazon did not take Seattle's soul, as the god-awful New York Times post claims. Show More Summary