For those who've wanted to tag the walls of San Francisco with impunity, now's your time.
The San Francisco Arts Commission and the Department of Public Works are launching a street-art graffiti app that lets anyone paint, spray, tag, etc on the walls of our fair city. However, it's done through ... More >>
When you consider the unsavory elements one encounters on Muni -- seeds, stabbings, sermons, and semen, -- an ad campaign advocating for prostitutes' rights is rather benign.Local sex worker activists have launched a media campaign aimed to educate the bus-riding populace that sex workers are pe ... More >>
Not necessarily a cat person Is art still subjective if it involves killing a dog?The Examiner gives us a not-so-uplifting story today about a Brooklyn sculptor who once shot and killed a dog for art's sake. While Tom Otterness is a well-known artist in the streets of New York, this slight fact s ... More >>
Courtesy of Tim Hawkinson and Pelli Clarke Pelli ArchitectsIt's reasonable to expect that the transformation of the now-destroyed structure once known as San Francisco's Transbay Terminal into a glistening new hub for high-speed rail will be for the best. In its final years, the old Transbay Term ... More >>
Dick JawsThe Mummies do double duty on Saturday nightKowloon Walled City CD Release @ Annie's (Fri.) San Francisco sludgemasters Kowloon Walled City express sonic aggression with oppressive riffage. The rhythm section alone sounds massive enough to pave city streets, steamrolling by with elephant ... More >>