Looking for somewhere to submit? Ladies! We want your work! TUBE. is putting out the call for our upcoming print edition, celebrating creative girls and the things they do. Give us your art, your poetry, your music, your articles, but do it soon, as our deadline is June 29th. We can’t wait to see your... Continue Reading →
In the Sacramento area this Friday? Come party with TUBE. Magazine and help us celebrate the release of our fourth print edition at Boulevard Skate Shop (3230 Broadway, Sacramento) at 6 pm. This is a free all ages event with live music by Destroy Boys and West Lords as well as awesome local art. We... Continue Reading →
Thank you to all our heroes at home and overseas, especially my amazing godmother. Your bravery and sacrifice can never be replayed in full. https://www.youtube.com/embed/XG11XbSADXE?version=3&rel=0&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent via Memorial Day – “Soldiers’ Secrets” — PostSecret
The TUBE. Circus is rolling into Sacramento this Saturday! Are you ready? Learn more about TUBE. Magazine here.
Live in the Sacramento area? TUBE. is hosting the Crocker Art Mix tonight! The theme is Vaudeville and the line-up is accordingly freaky and fun. In addition, TUBE.'s similarly Vaudeville themed print edition Issue 3 will be making its debut! Doors at the Crocker Art Museum open at 5 pm. This event is 21+. See the line-up... Continue Reading →
TUBE. Magazine wants submissions! We need art of any 2-D nature, cartoons, freelance articles, videos, and poems. Tips about events, art, and music to cover are also welcome. Submission guidelines are here. Be sure to read our work online or pick up our print edition to see what kind of work we are looking for. We look forward to seeing your... Continue Reading →
I'm starting a new series called 'Articles of Inspiration' where I pull together awesome motivating sites I find through recommendation and my own meanderings on the internet. The first post comes out tomorrow. I hope to post one a week so stay tuned! Recommendations are welcome.
Alan Rickman has died. The man with the velvet voice was 69 and battling cancer. A versatile actor, Rickman played complex characters ranging from the awkward, earnest Colonel Brandon to his famous portrayal of the testy but quietly heroic Professor Snape. Because he was a first and foremost an actor, to honor of his life and passing I... Continue Reading →