Catch up with Adam Bergeron, whom you met earlier this year (Part 1/Part 2). Adam fills us in on how the Balboa Theater has responded to the pandemic and shelter-in-place orders.
The Balboa Theater is open for "social distance popcorn pop-ups" every Friday and Saturday from 4–8 p.m. and Sundays from 2–6 p.m. Please visit their website for other ways to support them during the pandemic.
We recorded this special episode at the Balboa Theater in September 2020.
Catch up with Babylon Burning's Mike Lynch in this special episode.
Mike talks about adjusting his business in the face of a major downturn, with many of his usual clients pulling back on T-shirt orders. While he normally keeps his screenprinting shop open, literally, to the public, his doors have been mostly closed during the pandemic. And 63 Bluxome Gallery, which is part of Babylon Burning, has been closed as well.
While the gallery isn't open, you can buy various merch that they make over at their Big Cartel site.
We recorded this special episode at Babylon Burning in South of Market in September 2020.
Catch up with Dino Medardo Rosso, whom we featured in Season 2, Episode 19 (Part 1/Part 2).
After losing a lot of his business when restaurants shut down in March, and then getting laid off from his teaching job, Dino made a critical change. Learn more in this podcast.
In addition to hiring Dino for language services, you can donate to his GoFundMe to help fund his new business/adventure.
We recorded this special episode over Zoom during quarantine in San Francisco in August 2020.
Photography by Michelle Kilfeather