Monday, September 27, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Straight from the homegirls at the best hair salon in SF...
Join us for our 2nd annual “Save the Ta-Ta’s” Breast Cancer Fundraiser and Trunk Show on Friday Oct.1st, 2010!!! We are really excited about the event and would love to have you join in on the fun, and at the same time support the fight against breast cancer. The stylist here at Wak Shack Salon will be donating their time and offering $35-50.00 wash/blowouts (price is a suggested sliding scale donation) from 5-7:30pm on the night of the event. The appointments for the blowouts will need to be booked prior to the event, and is subject to availability, 100% of the blowout cost will be going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation , and you will also receive a Bumble and Bumble goodie bag. We have expanded our fundraiser this year with a Trunk Show featuring our friends from Trophy Queen handbags and accessories, who are coming all the way from Ventura, Ca, and from San Francisco, Miss Liz Hutnick jewelry and crafts… the vendors will be donating 10% of their profit to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. We will have music, cocktails, and shopping, all in the effort to raise breast cancer awareness.
If you are interested in donating to the cause by booking a $35-50.00 wash/blowouts (price is a suggested sliding scale donation) you can call and book your appointment at (415) 255-8554
What: Wak Shack Salon Presents “Save the Ta-Ta’s” Breast Cancer Fundraiser and Trunk Show
When: Friday Oct.1st, 2010 from 3-8pm
Where: Wak Shack Salon 782 Haight St. San Francisco, Ca 94117 (between Pierce and Scott st)
We hope you can make it, at least for a drink or two!!!
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Once again homies... El Angel will be playing some of the sweetest rolas you've ever heard, this Sunday Sep. 26th from 6-10pm at The Missouri Lounge in Berkeley, Califas. We had a blast last time, and I can't wait to see all the homies, and chill to some Sunday Night Oldies... See you there, Trucha!!!
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Homegirl プリクラ is a collaboration between artists Rio Yañez and Mayra Ramirez. It is the next phase of Yañez' art series examining the relationship between Japanese youth emulating Cholo and Chola culture and their counterparts in the United States. Homegirl Purikura reverses the appropriation of visual aesthetics and uses Japanese photobooths (Purikura) to create portraits of Cholas. The use of Purikura enables Yañez and Ramirez to create a hybrid visual presentation of portraits decorated in Chola cultural references but using uniquely Japanese visual tools to do so.