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Class Of 2020: James Juanillo—Founder and Activist

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Woodcut Stamp Art
Woodcut Stamp Art

Class Of 2020: Breanna Sinclaire—Opera Singer

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Bay Area Craft Week: Four Bay Area Artists of Color Show Us Through Their Creative Mindset

The Bay Area is a wonderful place to craft. No, really. Whether we’re moving forward in technology or keeping traditions alive through process, Bay Area artists and makers know what it takes to keep the spirit alive. In 2020, it’s no joke. Everything from social justice to marginally oppressed groups, this year has shown us […]

The Monster Comes Alive: “Frankenstein” at the San Francisco Ballet

Leave your tired notions of classical ballet at coat check, for surely they will not do here. And by here, we mean at the San Francisco Ballet, where— for one weekend only—the sensation of “Frankenstein” takes the stage once more. From the elaborate costumes to the stage lighting and sets, no detail was overlooked when […]

Things To Do: Common Grounds Art Festival Celebrates All Things Open-Minded Atop SF’s Sidewalks

Photo courtesy of Common Grounds Art Festival The streets are alive with the sound of… Inclusivity. As Bay Area locals, we can attest to the boundless acceptance toted by our seven-by-seven slice of terra firma. Warm conversations can be had at every coffee shop come Sunday; bridges are built at every town hall meeting or […]

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