With television on the wane and binge watching changing our episodic relationship to programming, where are we to get our daily doses of other people’s lives? Look no further than your status feed.
Now you can crash at the pad of your favorite author, from Dumas and Cervantes to Dickens and Joyce!
Infamous productions that sound more like like SNL parodies than real musicals.
The Great Bull Run, the American version of Spain’s Running of the Bulls, came to the Bay Area last weekend and brought its share of controversy along with it.
Once called a “corridor of violence,” Alcatraz Ave. is now home to a cupcake shop, yoga studios, and a farmers’ market. We caught up with neighbors to talk about their lives, the recent change and how we might endeavor to “do it better.”
The Running of the Bulls travels stateside.
Some highlights from the NPR game show’s Bay Area residence, and some behind-the-scenes scoop on what’s to come!