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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 […]

The Queer Company That’s Transforming the Cannabis Industry, One Bud at a Time

As pride month has (technically) come to an end, the time has come once again for us to watch big businesses “de-rainbow” their logos, discontinue their pride-themed products, and, slowly but surely, fade back into hetero-normalcy.  In this era of performative allyship and rainbow-washing, it can be difficult to discern good from bad when it […]

Top 10 Newcomer and OG Restaurants From May

During the pandemic, our beloved dining and drink communities continue to struggle to survive, so my dining column includes takeout/delivery as well as indoor and outdoor dining standouts. I have vetted, visited, and/or ordered directly from each place, recommending standouts from each:  Newcomers View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Tailor's Son […]

Oaklash Comes Back with 50 Hours of Nonstop Drag Content

You can’t keep a good queer down, especially during a time like no other in a pandemic. Though this year over one hundred drag kings, queens, and queer performers from the Bay Area and beyond will perform online for the fourth annual Oaklash Drag & Queer Performance Festival. Organized by the powerhouse duo, Beatrix LaHaine […]

10 Foolproof Mother’s Day Gifts in the San Francisco Bay Area

Mother’s Day is a little different this year—if you’re vaccinated or not—seeing them might be tricky this year as opposed to last. Though we want to take our moms to a nice dinner or a Joshua Tree getaway, those might not be in the cards depending on your level of safety and vaccination status. But […]

Top 10 Newcomer and OG Restaurants From April

During the pandemic, our beloved dining and drink communities continue to struggle to survive, so my dining column includes takeout/delivery, outdoor and increasing indoor dining as we move further into vaccinations and safer color tiers. Newcomers View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ernest San Francisco (@ernest.sf) Ernest Ernest’s lofty, two-tiered space and […]

21 Ways To Get Involved with Earth Day 2021 in the Bay Area and Beyond

Mother Nature really is living her best life these days— sans the swaths of humans regularly driving, littering, and polluting the outdoors. So on this sunny April day in the seven-by-seven, let’s do our communal parts to honor and salute her… via our 5G and LTE connections. Waters around the world are clearing; the air […]

Bob Cut’s 2021 Cannabis Guide: 31 Brands To Toke To This 4/20

A day unknown to some, but a celebration of freedom and spirit to most—4/20, April 20th is a dedication to cannabis. The popularization of 4/20 now extends borders, reaching parts of the world unknown. But on this day, in true Bob Cut Mag style, we celebrate the trailblazers of cannabis and those forgotten in the […]

Bay Area-based Documentarian Delves Into Our Country’s Lackluster Sex Education in ‘A Sexplanation’

A Sexplanation, a film on sex education in America, is the latest work from Bay Area-based documentarian Alex Liu; it sits as a stark piece of contemporary commentary on how antiquated our schooling is in the country around intercourse, intimacy, and identity. Premiering this weekend as part of the Silicon Valley-based Cinequest Film Festival, A […]

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