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12:11am

Thu January 15, 2015
Out in the Bay ~ 1/15/15 ~ 7pm

'Shit & Champagne - A Whitesploitation Comedy'

Robbie Sweeny

  

Shit & Champagne and Oasis.  Meet the man behind a show we can't name on public radio airwaves: Shit & Champagne - A Whitesploitation Comedy with Dance.  D'Arcy Drollinger is an actor, dancer, playwright, director and choreographer of many shows, and wrote and stars in Shit & Champagne, now at San Francisco's new bar and queer performance space, Oasis. Drollinger is also a partner in the new club, which opened New Year's Eve, and says its cabaret-style showroom and stage are "a dream come true" in this interview with Out in the Bay's Eric Jansen, 7pm PST Thursday 1/15. You'll also hear clips from S&C, and about D'Arcy's life, career and his weekly dance class for all ages, genders, shapes and abilities, Sexitude. (Eric goes, you can too!)

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12:00am

Tue December 30, 2014
Technology

Your Call: Who is responsible for preventing online harassment?

  On the December 30th, 2014 edition of Your Call, we'll have a conversation about digital hate speech. Women are overwhelmingly the targets of cyber harassment. Some have even been chased out of their homes by the barrage of threats against their lives and families, while others have quit communicating online altogether. Is online harassment a civil rights issue? When is harassment illegal? And how should social media corporations and our legal system respond to threats online? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.

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12:53pm

Thu April 3, 2014

Youth Radio: Facebook's virtual reality upsets gamers

From our partners at Youth Radio.
Source: Youthradio
April 2nd, 2014 Featured on Stitcher Facebook's purchase of Oculus virtual reality is only a week old, but the founders are already defending themselves against threats of abandonment by game developers. Most Read Stories from the Newsroom

12:00am

Wed April 2, 2014

3:47pm

Wed March 19, 2014

Fasting from social media

From our partners at Youth Radio.
Source: Youthradio · Via: Darelle Brown
March 16th, 2014 by Darelle Brown Featured on KCBS My peers are addicted to social media. But for me, sites like Facebook became distracting and depressing. That's why I gave them up. A year ago, my Facebook page was constantly filled with negative posts about fights and deaths.

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