Shirley Clarke was a trailblazing, staunchly independent filmmaker who fused documentary methods and subject matter with fictional storytelling techniques. Her films often dealt with urban living, jazz music, and American artists. Her 1963 feature, Robert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel with the World, won ... More >>
We always appreciate a healthy release of anger, especially when it takes the form of rhythmic verse. Thanks to SF Citizen, which snapped this before-and-after photo of an empty downtown building that's currently the site of prolific graffiti, not prolific jobs. The building:
The '70s wasn't just about disco -- it was also about catching the wave.
Amazing tale of Walnut Creek man who gave Clinton $325,000; immunity possible for congressional testimony