Monday, February 22, 2010

wounded lion for sf weekly

Wounded Lion
Led by fine-art painter Brad Eberhard, Wounded Lion titters and shakes at live performances, throwing appendages in the air at will [...]

noise pop for sf weekly

Noise Pop matches orchestras with pop acts and art with sound

Sitting shoulder to shoulder with her 28-piece Magik*Magik Orchestra last month, composer, vocalist, and musician Minna Choi performed a set of 10 grandiose songs with indie-rock darlings the Dodos inside the expansive SFMOMA [...]

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

our struggle exhibit for j. the jewish news weekly

Rage on the page: ‘Mein Kampf’ deconstructed in ambitious project
When her daughter brought home a copy of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto “Mein Kampf,” Jewish artist Linda Ellia was shaken to the core [...]

Monday, February 8, 2010

reconstructionist gathering for j. the jewish news weekly

Reconstructionist Jews set for historic gathering in S.F.
Founded more than 80 years ago, Reconstructionist Judaism has slowly but surely gained a toehold in the Bay Area, and now it’s taking a big step forward: its first ever gathering in Northern California.

macaroons for j. the jewish news weekly

Café du Nord going to the tots with Macaroons show
The upcoming Macaroons concert at Café du Nord may appear to be just another show at the hip San Francisco music venue — except that half the audience will most likely be under the age of 4, and they’ll receive complimentary juice boxes upon entry.