Rags to Vintage Riches: How I Watched My Favorite Small Shop Evolve

Welcome to the new age of fashion, where millennials and Gen Z alike are shunning fast fashion and opting more and more for vintage styles and thrifted looks. Luckily, the Bay is a hub for high-quality, carefully curated vintage clothing from Haight all the way to Hayward. But there’s a side of vintage we as […]

The Hella Jam x Bob Cut Mag Issue 12 Release Party

We partied like it was 2019. And it just felt right. On Saturday, Bob Cut Mag in collaboration with The Hella Jam celebrated our issue 12 cover featuring The Hella Jam and her family. The story encapsulates motherhood, how COVID-19 affected childcare, and how her family proceeds on in the midst of global downturn. To […]

Theater, Unprecedented: Black Playwrights Make Theater in the Digital Space

Now in its 43rd year, Playwrights Foundations’ annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival (BAPF) presents five new works, this year by five women playwrights. Established in 1976, BAPF is produced by Playwrights Foundation, a Bay Area organization whose work primarily encompasses programs fostering emerging playwrights and their work, new play development, and career development for theatermakers. […]

Black Female-Owned Dispensaries and Delivery Services in the Bay Area To Support on ‘OIL Day’

Today’s OIL Day — though we bet you didn’t know that. (Spoiler alert: either did we.) But of the major vehicles that can one steer themselves through the world of cannabis with, oils are among the best. They’re simple to dose, often sold with specific THC and CBD percentages and ratios; they can be smoked […]

Everything You Need To Know About How The CARES Act Will Effect You

At Bob Cut, we’re not a 24 hour news cycle site, we rarely report on politics and government unless totally necessary. But as the SF Bay Area and the country is afflicted with the uncertainty of life—we decided to put the best foot forward and give you a rundown of questions you may have. Such […]

It’s Cowlessly Creamy: Eclipse On Making The Dairy World Plant-Based

California has always held a special place for dairy. For one, it’s the nation’s leading dairy state, providing Californians with a richness and diversity of dairy products that place it among the top dairy regions of the world. California staked its claim to the number one state ranking when it surpassed Wisconsin in total milk […]

La Cocina Opens Five New Eateries at UC Berkeley Right In Time For The New School Year

La Cocina, a San Francisco food-business incubator for women and immigrants of color, has launched five businesses in UC Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.  Although located in the ASUC student union, the restaurants are open to general public, reflecting La Cocina’s mission of financially supporting entrepreneurs and formalizing connections to their communities. Berkeley’s […]

Shop Talk: DOPP Opens A Gorgeous “Soda Shoe Parlor” in Downtown Berkeley

From the mind of founder and designer, Shayla Dopp, her shoes were meant for walking. Opening up a turquoise shoe box in itself, DOPP has (in our opinion) changed the Bay Area shoe game. The new space reflects Santa Cruz-native Shayla’s overflowing creative mind and the functionality of having her own space. Born from the […]

Lychee Mimosas & Mochi Waffles: Third Culture Bakery Celebrates One Year In Style

Year one of any business comes with triumphs, struggles, and intense learning curves; for Third Culture Bakery—without even breaking a sweat. The Bob Cut team got to celebrate, eat, and live the Third Culture way as both Wenter Shyu and Sam Butarbutar worked the room. Not only collaborating on this party, Bob Cut and Third […]

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