The Whitney Museum chooses silence in an effort to displace, downplay, and negate valid public outrage regarding their policies, ethics and leadership. By Jamara Wakefield May 17th marked the start of the 79th Whitney Biennial. The Biennial is a contemporary art exhibition, featuring typically young and lesser-known artists, at the Whitney Museum of American Art […]
How to Friday Oakland Style: A Girl’s Got Options
1. Music & Literature
August Crows in the Stork’s Nest : An all women line-up of readers, artists and musicians!
Gina Gold (She almost has my name!)
2. Gay & Getting Knocked up
A Gay Women’s Gathering on Lesbian Pregnancy, hosted by The American Fertility Association.
(Meeting Room 2)
5232 Claremont Ave
3. Jews & Tacos
Taqueria Sinai al Fresco! Hang out in the garden at the Temple! Food provided by Taqueria El Paisa, followed by Erev Shabbat Service. BYOB\Wine
2808 Summit St.
4. Whitney & Sushi
Whitney Houston’s Birthday Salute!
5. Theatre & Dreams
The Knights of Revery perform what seems to be an interactive show about dreams, consciousness, humor and dressing in hats.
The Flight Deck
6. Sexual Frustration & A Good Competition to Relieve it
The Airsex World Championship is exactly what it sounds like: an unorthodox spin on the infamous Air Guitar. Hump like you’ve never humped before!
1928 Telegraph Ave.
7. Gay & Dancey
Hella Gay! The gay dance party of the bay!
1928 Telegraph Ave
8. Album Release & Aerialists
Unwoman’s Circling Album Release will include aerial performances.
The Vagabond Ballroom
830 Isabella St
9. Singer Songwriter & Genre Love Rock & Lost Era Lullabies
10. National Slam Semi-Finals
8:00 – 10:00 Semi-Final Bouts
Locations: Grand Live, Impact HUB Oakland, Shadow Lounge, Sweets Ballroom
11:00pm – 1am Group Piece Finals @ Sweets Ballroom