A short documentary featuring Bay Area rapper Doray Williams a.k.a. “Ray Bans.”


the militia

New York, 2018.

“It’s not about ownership or taking what is or isn’t ours. It’s about understanding that we’re robbing ourselves from the life we deserve. The environment – tied with its social and culture consequences – is inescapably intertwined with life. There is no aesthetic narrative without either.”

In an attempt to resist mainstream media, XXmm: dvlpd showcases Mother Nature’s impact on social and political consciousness. The exhibit and accompanying thesis will be presented at an upcoming media conference, where Soriano will discuss more concepts in relation to eco-media and cultural hegemony. (Read the full essay here.)

The Other Side is a ‘sound for image’ project about an adolescent man caught between the trap life and redemption.

Preview of a short documentary featuring Bay Area rapper Doray Williams a.k.a. “Ray Bans.”

A Green Gift Guide: Cannabis gifts for the local connoisseur

Bay Area Rapper Show Banga ‘Glows Up’

Oakland to Host Forum on Public Bank Plan

Chick’n Rice Brings Americanized Thai Street Food to Downtown Berkeley

SOLD OUT: Kali Uchis at The New Parish

First Friday Guide: All the events for October’s art walk and street fair

Antwon kicks off the Oakland Music Festival

Culinaria Pig Roast at Forage Kitchen

New Guidebook Spotlights ‘100 Things to Do in Oakland Before You Die’

Spectrum: The Art of Emotion at Naming Gallery in Oakland

Eat Real Fest at Jack London Square

A Conversation with Paul Madonna at Moes Books

Tiny Telephone 20th Anniversary Party

Hella Latina Food Pop-Up Series

Zola Jesus at Starline Social Club

Forces of Nature Exhibit at Classic Cars West Gallery

Oakland Print Fair at FLAX Art & Design

Uniiqu3 and Dai Burger at The New Parish