Party Time! Celebrate The Bold Italic’s First Print Edition This Friday

There’s nothing better than flipping through the first edition of a brand-spanking-new magazine, especially one dedicated to highlighting our awesome city. With The Bold Italic’s first print issue hitting newsstands this week, there will also—naturally—be a big bash to celebrate the the website's journey into analog! It's all going down Friday, September 16, Mad Men-style at the Beaux-Arts penthouse dome of Gershoni Creative ad agency, where the folks of TBI will be kicking off their debut publication, titled 25 Ways to Be a Local. In addition to lots of high-brow lit talk, there'll be tunes from DJ Jantine B. and Velocity Circus, ROOT-infused dranks from The Cocktail Lab, and tasty nibbles from Black Jet Baking Co., Grilled Cheez Guy, Sinto Gourmet, and more! The shindig even has shopping fanatics covered with a Bold Italic pop-up shop filled with curated items from the magazine's artsy friends. Plus, it'll be the first time you get to lay eyes on TBI in paper form! Get the 411 on tickets below.
When: Friday, September 16, 8–10 p.m.
Where: Gershoni Creative, 785 Market Street (at Jessie Street); 415-397-6900.
Price: $20; Buy tickets here!
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Photo: The Bold Italic
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