The scientist making learning about the ocean fun for kids
Troy Chew is an artist whose work explores the African Diaspora within the context of urban culture. His ongoing painting series “Slanguage” references the colloquial speech rooted in our urban areas and Hip-Hop music. He has a new solo show at Cushion Works (yes, an actual cushion-making business) in the
Admittedly, the weekend’s opening of “Avengers: Endgame” has sucked up lots of the local filmgoing oxygen. But for Broke-Ass readers whose cinematic tastes go beyond just big-budget superhero movies, here are some upcoming movie showings that won’t necessarily be found in your average multiplex: April 25 L’Important C’est D’Aimer (That
Music of the banned. Musical influence has never and can never be limited by the borders of nations. The far-reaching effect of the arts has created crossover music, with artists adopting elements of each other’s musical traditions. In the face of the president’s travel ban of citizens from Iran, Syria,
We wanna send you and a friend to SNAPSHOT: Festival of Interactive Art, Music, Performance and You!
SNAPSHOT is a four day pop-up festival of interactive art, music, and performances. The event features an immersive, projection mapped environment full of interactive art installations, one of a kind selfie machines, print and share stations, renowned photographers, painters, sculptors, mind blowing circus and performance art. Each session will be
In many ways, the streets of San Francisco helped shape Pablo “P-Spliff” Ramirez – as the birthplace and current home of Thrasher Magazine, our city by the Bay has influenced would-be skaters from all over the world. Ironically, it was also the streets of San Francisco that took Pablo’s life.
Four Bay Area big-hitter teams are making headlines this week, for all sorts of different reasons. Two are knee-deep in playoffs, one is waste-high in bureaucratic BS and one just lost a player to the retirement fairy. The San Jose Sharks took the Vegas Golden Knights out of the NHL