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Artist Sita Bhaumik. Photo by Liliana Michelena

Trump Meets His Wall at Southern Exposure

The writing on the 8 by 10 foot wall — inspired by Donald Trump’s proposed 55 feet border wall — is pretty clear. “Hi mom, I’m on the other side.” “Your sacrifice does not go unnoticed, mami and papi.” “We’re not criminals, we’re buddies,” another person has written in Spanish. As any structure built to divide, artist Sita Bhaumik’s wall...
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Imagine the Mission, Run by Teens

Southern Exposure’s annual summer educational project opens its exhibition on Wednesday, and it’s a whole new city. Well, almost. The art produced during the Mission Voices Artists in Education program reimagines San Francisco ruled by teenagers. “We Took Over the City” recounts San Francisco’s alternate history, in which the youth came to power, through media ranging from musical performance to film...
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This Weekend…

Here’s a quick list of this weekend’s events. For more things to do check out our new and improved calendar! Belly of the Falcon and Collider at Make-Out Room See two awesome San Francisco Bands then stay after for some Hip Hop/Latin/Afrobeats at Make-Out Room’s weekly Friday dance party Loose Joints. Listen to Belly of the Falcon here. Fri., May...

Pork and Japanese Scotch

Props to Ariel Dovas for catching this view of (S)pork. I’ve seen it before, but never quite snapped the money shot he grabbed here. From the Bay Bridged, My First Earthquake are donating all of the profits from sales of their album during the month of January to Hatian earthquake relief efforts (though they don’t specify who.) Also on Mission...