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Fort Exploration: 11/29/2010  

Wes Bruce : Ms. Augustine Greane

To sit in small spaces and look at items previously owned by the deceased and think of where they have come from. To think about their ghosts. I've become the keeper of other people's wisdom teeth, cat skulls, and letters. What do you do for work, I was asked at thanksgiving? Collect bugs and steal things from abandoned homes I thought to myself. I find ways to get paid to sleep in the woods, and write poetry on the bank statements of Swiss-German immigrants I’ll never meet. Read More...

Event Coverage: 10/11/2010  

Disposable Project : Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Hardly Strictly is a free three-day anomaly brought to the fine citizens of San Fran by either the Masons, Big Oil, or Urban Outfitters. Honestly, I have no idea how this thing is funded, but as a recent bay area resident: thanks! And as a proclaimed skeptic of most music festivals, I am glad to report that it went off without a hitch—which, considering the status and amount of acts performing (Connor Oburst, Sharon Jones, the Avett Brothers, Elvis Costello, MC Hammer…), compounded by the non-paying, booze brandishing crowds, is really saying something. The festival was composed of around 7 or so stages, set within the lush dunes and misty cypress trees of Golden Gate Park. Read More...

Disposable Project: 8/2/2010  

Two Weeks On The Road With Boomsnake

A couple months back, the elusive indie-rockers, Boomsnake, went on a two week West coast tour, escaping San Diego’s May Gray by migrating North. We hooked them up with a few disposables and let them get to work. Check out the boozy nights of arm wrestling and beach aliens below. Read More...

Artist Interview: 7/12/2010  

Neko : Studio Visit

Last Thursday, San Diego artist, Neko, packed up his paintings and headed north for Upper Playground’s opening of “The Spencer Little and Neko Fart Show.” Teaming up with one of his childhood friends, Spencer Little, the two bombed and skated their way up the coast to Sacramento. Sezio had a chance to hang out with Neko in studio and ask him a few questions before his journey north. Read More...

Artist Interview: 5/17/2010  

A Benefit for Jona Tellez-Giron

After having a major back surgery in April, the life of Jona Tellez-Giron changed dramatically. Not too long ago Jona was out and about, playing drums for The Vision of a Dying World and The Paddle Boat, skateboarding and working several jobs. Now he spends most of time at his home in City Heights, waiting for an estimated 1 - 2 years for his back to heal properly before he can go back to working full-time. Read More...