Tasty

Nobody can accuse San Francisco of being indifferent to food. With what feels like about a billion artisan restaurants, cafes, and markets to pick…

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A Palace for Queens

In 1972, Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, co-founders of CalArts' Feminist Art Program, turned a dilapidated Hollywood mansion into “Womanhouse,” a space transformed by…

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FilmStrip Tease

Images advertising On the Edge 4, the photography expo brought to you by the good folks at Erotic Art Events, are heavy on the…

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Queer Emergence

To remain on the cutting edge, artists need a safe place to experiment – somewhere to try new work and show unpolished pieces in…

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Feminist Couture

If 92 percent of women's magazine readers can't afford the diamond dust thermo-micro-laser-collagen boost touted in the airbrushed spread on beauty technology, and 68…

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open house

Every year during SF Open Studios, artists throughout San Francisco invite people into their studios to preview work that's newly ready to exhibit. With…

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