yoko.jpgIn culture news on April 15th: Don’t expect the Dalai Lama to kiss your baby; Cypress Hill wants to smoke you out, if you make a funny enough video; octopus and chicken volcanoes.


Two golden labs recently gave birth to eight babies, EACH. That makes sixteen bundles of cuteness, and they’re all currently up for adoption. Chron


Choreographer Liz Lerman, who believes the true purpose of dance is not to entertain but to heal, is inspired by tough issues like genocide, disabilities, and personal accountability. SFBG


The Dalai Lama hates babies. JK, but don’t bring them to his talk at UC Berkeley. Chron

Save the Bay has launched a campaign against single-use plastic and paper bags in CA. Chron


Rediscover Fredo. Weekly


Metreon will have an indoor farmers market, open daily, as of May 8th. Eater SF

SF based airline Virgin America showcasing Australian chef’s cuisine. Chron

Mmm … chicken volcanoes (perhaps a taste explosion in your mouth?). SFBG

This Thursday is fan appreciation night at Mission Street Food, where they’ll serve yummy sounding things like PBJ’s that involve pork belly, not peanut butter. Weekly


You could light up the stage with Cypress Hill in more ways than one this 4/20. Weekly

MIA and Diplo fave Buraka Som will play in SF next week. Weekly

This week in SF: Fleet Floxes, Junior Boys, Morrissey, and more. SFBG

Image: That’s Yoko, of the Sonoma SPCA. We’re just saying, the octopups might get adopted up, but there are a lot of other dogs there who need you!

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