Welcome back to The Happy Hour: A palate cleansing podcast! For Episode 2 hosts Malakai Wade (@malakaiwade) and shaylyn martos (@shaylynmartos) share only the best news stories for the past two weeks.
Join us this week as we talk about Keanu Reeves, tulips and Marsha P. Johnson, as well as bringing our wonderful guest, Golden Gate Xpress reporter Whitney Papalii, to talk about the SF State student organization Black Residents United in Housing!
This week’s happy stories:
“Matrix” stars spotted filming scenes in San Francisco (link)
Pick your own bunch of tulips on March 7, Flower Bulb Day in San Francisco! (link)
Cat Town founder now executive director of Oakland Animal Services (link)
BitchReads: 27 novels feminists should read in 2020 (link)
Black Residents United in Housing with guest reporter Whitney Papalii (link)
Brooklyn to rename park after transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson (link)
Jeremy O. Harris, playwright of “Slave Play,” receives HRC Equality Award (link)
Last call! What’s making us happy this week?