Caitlin Donohue

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Caitlin Donohue grew up in the Sunset and attended Jefferson Elementary School. She writes about weed, sex, perreo, and other methods of dismantling power structures. Her current center of operations is Mexico City.

Tearing down the ‘Walls’

Latest SF Mime Troupe takes on the challenge of immigration, and parodying 'a government that is a parody of itself.'

Holes in our understanding

Performer and faux queen Fauxnique's new show 'C*NT' tackles feminist mythology, pathological misogyny, and campy French philosophy.

Deaf dance in the time of Trump

The inspiring Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival has global impact -- and domestic challenges.

La Favi reigns

With flamenco influence and a trans-border sound, SF's rising reggaeton voice knows the power of a mood.

Whose wall is this?

Trump's first week in office was virulently anti-Mexican and in Tijuana, it shows.

Moombahton versus Trump

Sazon Libre party crew teams up with a gang of producers on a vibrant compilation that benefits the ACLU and Planned Parenthood

Big shebang for Human Be-In’s 50th

The contemporary Digital Be-In salutes the Summer of Love precursor with music, poetry, and visuals, Sat/14.

Coming in FRESH

Eighth annual performance festival deploys 'empathy/destruction' theme to address (and cope with) our current moment.

2016: Some very bright spots

Looking back at people, places, and performances that helped us survive a year of turmoil.

‘I woke up in horror and disbelief’

In Mexico City, citizens from both sides of the border reel from Trump election