The San Francisco Documentary Festival (aka DocFest) has long earned its reputation for cheerfully screwing with the familiar air of film festival stodginess. Sure, DocFest presents film screenings and appearances by film talent, just like other film festivals. But do other festivals also present a heavy metal karaoke party, a chance to ridicule bad art with like-minded others, or “Breakfast Club” Bingo?
Oh, no! The big job interview is tomorrow and your favorite go-to power suit is sporting a stain from Starbucks. What can you do when your wallet contains only moths, and you can’t afford new duds for a big day or even a dry cleaner for an item already owned?
Everyone has a daily routine that they stick to, even if that just means getting up and brushing your teeth. Have you ever thought about your daily habits and how they change your life? Small acts like always washing your dishes or opening your windows might seem like they don’t
Whether highlighting the process of interviewing crazy new roommates, or making fun of clueless tech executives looking to “disrupt” industries, Shaky Ground hilariously takes aim at all the crap that make living in the Bay Area so ridiculous.
The new ‘baby’ filter on Snapchat may seem like a quick passing social media trend, but it’s actually a clear sign of the apocalypse. You may think it’s all just a silly joke. Until you see what they did to your beloved cast of The Office… But they didn’t stop
Sicko Mode is a party dedicated to turnin’ things up that extra notch: music, vibes, and all things Champagne Papi. An experience that’ll make you feel like you’re in another world on the dance floor as the DJ plays the most sicko songs. Saturday, June 15, 2019 | August Hall
As fashion designer, Tan France said, “Yes, I know I’m gayer; yes, I know I’ve got a different skin color. Yes, I know I’m a certain religion. Yes, I know I’m an immigrant. But look at all the similarities we have.” France is more than a star of the hit