Monthly Archives: "September 2011"

FCC staff is looking into the facts of what happened and whether BART's actions were consistent with the federal Communications Act. In reviewing this situation, the FCC is mindful of both the critical public safety role of local agencies, and the importance of uninterrupted public access to wireless communications for safety, free expression, and other purposes.Read More
Young Man, Moscow 1969 (detail), 2010, Each Panel 12.5" x 10" x .08", Undeglaze screen print on vitrified porcelain
House at 100: Arts Festival and Gala Date: Sep 24 – Nov 26,2011 Time: 11:00 AM – 05:00 PM The Meridian Gallery on Powell Street continues to excite with its reputation for unique interdisciplinary programs that are hard to match in the city. The Meridian is a precious jewel.   Saturday makes the kick off of the HOUSE AT 100: Arts Festival and Gala is a two month long interdisciplinary arts festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of Meridian Center for the Arts’ home through film, scholarly discourse, avant-garde dance, theatreRead More
We need deeper changes to our financial system, or tent cities of people angry at corporate greed will keep appearing by Micah White and Kalle Lasn, Monday 19 September 2011 07.36 EDT On Saturday 17 September, many of us watched in awe as 5,000 Americans descended on to the financial district of lower Manhattan, waved signs, unfurled banners, beat drums, chanted slogans and proceeded to walk towards the “financial Gomorrah” of the nation. They vowed to “occupy Wall Street” and to “bring justice to the bankers”, but the NewRead More