Tag: Art

Suspected Arson As SF “Spire Sculpture” Catches On Fire

SAN FRANCISCO—A suspected arson fire damaged San Francisco’s famous “Spire” sculpture on the morning of Tuesday, June 23. At around 5:30 a.m., a 911 call...

SFAC Provides $4.6 Million In Grants To Local Artists

SAN FRANCISCO—On June 4, the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) announced the 154 recipients of its 2020 grant funding, which totaled over $4.6 million. This...

“The Goldfinch” Is A Bore Fest!

HOLLYWOOD—I cannot recall the last time I was so bored and ready for a movie to end in recent years. I’m not calling it...

Artist’s Return Part 2

UNITED STATES—"Why do you have plastic bags?" the young sheriff asked. "Poop bags for the dog." The young buzz-cut sheriff bid Archer to sit on...

The Artist’s Return

UNITED STATES—He was starting to nod off on the freeway. A taillight and ghost tree whose branches twisted half a mile down the road,...

A Miracle On 42nd St.

UNITED STATES—Out came the shotgun from behind the door. The old artist stood at the threshold and extended the barrel. His hand trembled. Gil...

No Genuine Place For Theatre Works In L.A.

HELLO AMERICA!—Upon hearing about our play, "I FEEL SIN COMIN' ON," being produced in Atlanta, GA, I received a message from a fan who...

Be Tactful With Garden Art

UNITED STATES—Saint Francis is actually the patron saint of animals. Saint Fiacre is the real patron saint of gardening. However, statues of Saint Francis,...

Last Man Sitting Still

UNITED STATES—The baristas gave their all and infused the place with their own personalities, actresses, dancers, mystics, animal trainers and even a 15-year-old from...

Artist Michael Romano Has Died At Age 60

SAN FRANCISCO—Mexican American artist Michael Roman, 60, passed away on Monday, December 26 due to health issues. Roman remains an influential and iconic Mission District stencil artist,...
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