Saturday, February 27, 2021
Arts + Culture Culture Missed our 48 Hills Variety Gala? Watch here!

Missed our 48 Hills Variety Gala? Watch here!

Honey Mahogany and a cavalcade of local entertainers put it all out there to help save local media.


Some very exciting things you missed if you haven’t watched our 48 Hills online gala

**A cavalcade of fabulous and diverse local performers and personalities showering you in all the ways Bay Area arts and culture are the best.

**Emcee Honey Mahogany looking flawless as 48 Hills publisher Marke B. tries to read off the the names of all the Best of the Bay winners.

**Best of the Bay 2020-winning comedian Marga Gomez performing a scandalous “oral illusion” (cover your eyes, Mom).

**Your chance to continue our mission to amplify local voices and keep local media independent by helping us meet a $20,000 matching grant — and possibly even scoring a two-night glamping trip at Mendocino Grove! (Please, we need your help)

**Spicy Sriracha snacks that you can make at home!

Watch all the action and entertainment here! Special thank you to our sponsors Rainbow Grocery and Craig Newmark Philanthropies!

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