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Joshua Rotter

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Joshua Rotter is a contributing writer for 48 Hills. He’s also written for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Examiner, SF Chronicle, and CNET.

Aussie punk rush: Amyl and the Sniffers hit Halloween Meltdown

Oakland gets a whiff of Down Under energy at the spooky two-day rock fest, hosted by John Waters

Fight or flight or … how John Dwyer of Osees stays punk

With the group's latest album steering into hardcore territory, San Francisco's favorite rock alumnus pays homage to the aggressive heroes of his youth.

Dudes of “Dynasty” dish!

Stars of the most over-the-top 1980s TV show are coming to town. Here's pre-gig gossip—from both sides of the closet door.

Poolside celebrates 10 years of ‘Pacific Standard Time’ with sun-drenched vibes

Jeffrey Paradise talks about his debut 2012 chillwave nu-disco album—and how SF shaped its influential sound

Immersive ‘MYR’ puts humans back in our wee place in the cosmos

Aspirational cephalopods, verdant curtains, a custom-made love virus—all poking holes in the paradigm of human exceptionalism

With ‘Remember This,’ David Strathairn embodies Polish Resistance hero Jan Karski

'It's a privilege and responsibility to tell this story,' the local actor says of solo film at Jewish Film Fest

Flowers for queen mothers: New book pays tribute to ‘Legends of Drag’

Authors capture 'palpable rawness, inimitable refinement, infinite permutations' of queens of a certain age

‘I’ve always been a big fan of punk rock’: John Waters is ready for the Meltdown

Beloved 'Pope of Trash' is back to host the two-day Mosswood Meltdown mini-fest and Thee Stork Club's reopening

Just in time to heat up Pride, Sandra Bernhard comes to ‘Bern It Down’

'Everybody—no matter their sexuality or gender—wakes up with emotions and needs,' says the beloved comedian-singer-actress.

‘There’s no time to waste’: Synth-pop hero Howard Jones opens a new ‘Dialogue’

Coming to Bimbo's with a full band and preparing a new album, the '80s stalwart is baring his soul more than ever.