Fun fact: Before Art Spiegelman was busy winning the Pulitzer Prize, and before Francoise Mouly was busy being the art editor of the New Yorker, the quirky couple co-edited a … Continue reading
COOL STORY: Byron Coley’s Feeding Tube Records is releasing unheard (to most of us) material from one of my all-time favorite bands- Mars. The LP is called “Live at Irving … Continue reading
New podcast! Edition 19 of Ribbon Around a Bomb Radio is posted. By now you know what to expect: delightfully obscure female-fronted punk ditties, brought to you by myself and … Continue reading
I spent the weekend sunbathing and spacegazing with my friends at Mendocino Lake. My love of SF sometimes makes me forget how amazing I feel camping out in the wilderness … Continue reading
Hagar the Womb was an all-female anarcho-punk band from the early ’80s. For “anarcho-punks,” they sure sound a hell of a lot more upbeat and fun-loving than their contemporaries like … Continue reading
Guys. It’s Jean Arp‘s birthday week. Were he alive, he’d be 126 years old. Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag, Hans!
Twin Peaks-y style, via CA designer Lindsey Thornburg! Or, if you’re into a more literal interpretation, try out a red velevet + black and white chevron look. I like how … Continue reading
Go ahead and EXALT, San Francisco: All weekend, Roxie Theater will be showing BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING, a documentary about weirdo/artist Wayne White. I lovelovelove his repurposed thrift-store paintings, and even … Continue reading