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Bay Guardian Winter

Woven through a movement

The arc of the public gay rights movement's history is not very long at all. It's just about the length of one full life,...

The Oakland fire spurs crackdown on arts spaces

The tragedy of the Ghost Ship fire is already leading to a crackdown on underground arts spaces, where thousands of Bay Area artists and...

What if AIDS never happened?

SCREEN GRABS What if Sylvester sang at this year's Grammys? What if Keith Haring was speaking right now at Art Basel Miami, or appearing at...

Ding-dong aesthetics

ALL EARS Bay Area experimental music composer and legend Pauline Oliveros, who passed away last Thursday, once described her famous Deep Listening practice as...

Support 48 Hills! Here’s why

Since we launched in 2013, 48 Hills has been a vital voice on a local scene dominated by bland corporate media, sensationalizing online outlets,...

Latin lovers, shady players, and super Jeegs

SCREEN GRABS In the medium’s first decades, then again for a couple decades or more in the post-WW2 era, Italy had one of the...

3rd i opens up

SCREEN GRABS The oldest and largest media arts organization of its type in the US, 3rd i Films launches its 14th annual San Francisco...

Toys for trans men? Angel delivers

Porn star Buck Angel says he was shopping the idea for the Buck Off around for years before anyone would take a chance on a...

Thrills and frills

ONSTAGE The first thing you should know about the New Conservatory Theatre Center's spiffy new makeover is that there's a cocktail named after a...

Noir, n’est-ce pas?

SCREEN GRABS Things are changing at the Roxie (not for the first time) at the Roxie, with some fresh programming blood and the departure...