Coming in Volume 6: Interview with Kal Spelletich, Machine Artist

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Coming in Volume 6: Interview with Kal Spelletich, Machine Artist

Kal Spelletich’s new show at the Catharine Clark Gallery opens April 11th on Utah Street in San Francisco, and spans five years of work. It includes robotic renderings of culture heroes of the Bay Area:  Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, founder and owner of City Lights Bookstore; Emory Douglas, graphic artist who made the iconic images associated with the Black Panther Party; Mark Pauline, founder of the technology collective, Survival Research Labs; and documentary filmmaker Les Blank.

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Rest In Power: Maya Angelou Transcends at Age 86

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Rest In Power: Maya Angelou Transcends at Age 86

Maya Angelou was an undeniable force whose words will live permanently in our hearts and minds.  Angelou's list of accomplishments could take up an entire posting, but I will keep it local by noting at the age of 16, Dr. Angelou was the first Black female Street Conductor in San Francisco.  

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Rebecca Solnit On Gender Violence and Mansplaining

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Rebecca Solnit On Gender Violence and Mansplaining

Mission at Tenth contributor Rebecca Solnit's latest offering, Men Explain Things To Me, is a collection of essays born from a blog post with the same title.  The conversation spawned the term 'mansplaining' and evolved into being word of the year worthy by the New York Times and it's own website of actual accounts from women. 

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