Meet SF Street Artist, John Tunui

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On November 15th, Project Nunway 666; Heretics of Fashion was held at the SoMArts & Cultural Center. This annual charity event raises monies for the general fund of  The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence SF, chapter, who then grant the donations back to underfunded charities in the City. This year, I volunteered to run their first ever silent auction. Many local artisans donated their work. It was a huge success, generating over $4,000 for the Sisters.  As the holidays approach, I wanted…


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Buskers of the Day, Franglais; An Audio Postcard for the Ages

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  Some years ago, my son and I spent a summer in France. It was one of those moments that stay frozen in time; like a favorite movie that keeps replaying in heart and head. My son, then 16 had yet to enter that stage, where exasperated sighs would escape through clenched teeth and eyes would roll at the very sound of the parental voice. We drank cappuccino, gorged on pastries, traveled and reveled in all that is French. That…


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What Is Busking?

What is busking, you ask? Check out this 3 minute video to get a little insight. What Is Busking from Heather Jacks of TNBTA on Vimeo.


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From Street To Studio Short Film Trailer

TNBTA New York State Of Mind

A promotional video for our short film, From Street to Studio: NYC Edition. To learn more or order your copy, visit our eShop today. From Street To Studio Trailer from Heather Jacks of TNBTA on Vimeo.


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Country Duo, Two Way Crossing, Delivers in Debut EP

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Today, the world of country music is being inundated from every direction by mainstream artists taking their turn at slide guitar and lyrics laced with pickup trucks and hound dogs, (ie: Aaron Lewis, the front man of Staind, Bon Jovi and Jeff Tweedy, to name just a few). What this means is that most of Nashville’s artists are putting out music that’s a tiny bit country and mostly pop, or party music with little substance. This isn’t a criticism, as…


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