Month: January 2018

Trump is Not Their Safe Word: Designs from Pink Paragon Get (Comically) Political

A ball-gagged rainbow-haired President Trump fronts Pink Paragon Designs’ collection of accessories and apparel. Created by former East Coasters Sarah Boan and Johnny Thorne, the collection features the slogan “Trump is Not My Safe Word.”  Despite the political facet of the design, the couple says their goal is to show that people can laugh and […]

Are We Seeing Double? No, You’re Seeing 450 Pieces Of fnnch’s Work

Bringing “sign bombing” to light, fnnch is paving the way for art and public spaces. This past Sunday, along with 24 of his friends, fnnch posted 450 of his iconic honey bears across downtown, from the Tenderloin to the classiest part of Nob Hill. fnnch has been commonly known for his collection of bears but recently, […]

La Vie de la Fête: See How Bob Cut & Friends Got Down At The Issue 5 Release Party

Surrounded by good people, enlightening libations, and works of literary excellence: the Bob Cut team got to celebrate with their friends and community alike for a night of pure cheer. Housed in a cathedral-like setting, we echoed and howled the crowning achievements of our anniversary issue. Celebrating a cover that supports independent and local industry movers […]

Hey, Good Cooking; The Civic Kitchen Opens in the Mission

Back away from your Postmates app and learn to cook, already. This is the year, now is the time. You don’t have to do it alone, either. The Mission District’s new cooking school is open for business, so belly up to some truly good food. The brainchild of Jen Nurse and Chris Bonomo, The Civic […]

Drum Roll Please: Welcome Issue 5, Bob Cut’s Anniversary Issue, To The Stage

With the upmost honor, glee, and celebration we could ever imagine, our team is excited to annouce the newest cover and issue to our family. When our editors set out to write, photograph, and produce a story—we aim to educate, inform, and distribute a serious amount of knowledge. This is including (but not limited to) […]

Consider Your Weekend Booked: Four Events to Fill Your Last Weekend In January

Living in the Bay Area doesn’t leave much room for dull moments, and if 2018 has been a snoozefest so far it might be time to get out from underneath your Netflix-friendly pile of blankets to venture out. Fine jazz goes with fine wine When: Sunday, January 28th, 5 P.M. – 8 P.M. Where: Press […]

Trish The Drag-A-Zine Launches A Calendar That Definitely Spreads Local Drag Talent Across All Mediums

Are you a fan of drag, that is not drag race? Love yourself something more local? Trish the Drag-A-Zine has launched their 2018 calendar that doubles as cool prints of cool queens. The unclockable drag-a-zine, Trish: was founded in January of 2017 by Cash Monet and Mama Celeste, two Bay Area drag performers. The two not […]

Kick Off SF Restaurant Week With Some Incredibly Crazy Deals—Where To Eat During: Spruce

And thanks to an unlikely source, you can book your table and eat handsomely for under the dollar. Opentable, a widely used reservation app, has spun together the week’s worth of restaurateurs that are offering handsome specials and deals for the week. The 2018 SF Restaurant Week features over 100 of the Bay Area’s top […]

What Do 2018’s Oscar Nominations Say About Our Society?

Let’s start with the good news: #OscarsSoWhite seems to be dying its deserved death a little more with each passing year. Oscar nominations went live this morning, and we’re looking at a fairly fantastic line-up of diverse –albeit not conventional– films. In the category of Best Director alone a woman, a black man, and a […]

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