Interrogation Through Ritual: Chris Eckert Interviewed

Variable West

Chris Eckert discusses how his sculpting process gives him a space to consider the big questions of the digital age.

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Can a Massive New Venue Squeeze into the North Bushwick Music Scene?

Bushwick Daily

“Bushwick is the place for rock and roll.” — That’s what Anthony Makes, former president of Live Nation’s New York operations, had to say about the decision to establish Brooklyn Made, a new 500-person capacity venue set to be located at 428 Troutman Street in Bushwick.

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Mr. Dusty Rose Is Restarting Nightlife In Bushwick At The 3 Dollar Bill

Bushwick Daily

A sneak preview of The Rose Room, a nighttime variety show at the queer bar and performance space the 3 Dollar Bill

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TV Anchor Says She Was Fired For Making COVID Complaints

Law360

A Michigan television journalist has hit her former employer with a sex discrimination and retaliation suit, claiming the station was more lax with COVID-19 safety protocols for male employees than females and then fired her after she complained of disparate treatment.

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San Diego Schools Sued Over 'Insult' Of Mural Destruction

Law360

Artist and Chicano-rights activist Salvador Torres has accused the San Diego Unified School District and a contractor of violating federal copyright and California state art-protection law when they destroyed a mural he painted for the school district in 1988

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Hippies, Hells Angels and the Grateful Dead

The Six Fifty

When a famous NYC fashion photographer shot SF in the ‘60s: Palo Alto’s Pace Gallery showcases Irving Penn’s sublime portraits from the heyday of the Haight Ashbury.

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The 650 Guide to legal marijuana on (and around) the SF Peninsula

The Six Fifty

The Six Fifty has done some arduous first-hand research to assemble this heady guide to recreational cannabis on and around the SF Peninsula.

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Pagans Without Pumpkins

Santa Clara Community News

Halloween in Edinburgh honors the holiday’s ancient pagan roots

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Sonic Landscapes

Santa Clara Magazine

Students collected most sounds of the 150 incorporated into the interactive digital map: from Mass in the Mission to flamenco guitar in Berkeley to the hiss of a trolleybus. This push to preserve sounds is driven, in part, by a wish to know the past.

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Exclusive Review: Novo Amor @ Islington’s Union Chapel

CUB Magazine

A Newfound Love for Novo Amor: Welsh singer-songwriter brings his ethereal act to Islington

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Pop Punk Growing Up: “Million Dollars to Kill Me” by Joyce Manor

CUB Magazine

LA punk band Joyce Manor’s new album shows a maturing group honouring their roots.

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Collections in Question: Art Ethics at SCU

The Santa Clara

Recent lecture at Santa Clara provides insights into contemporary art collecting

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Babbling and Blinking at Local Art Institute

The Santa Clara

All eyes on the audience in Chris Eckert’s new, dystopian art exhibition

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Images of Home at San Jose Museum of Art

The Santa Clara

New exhibit displays the ever-changing nature of place and belonging

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