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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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Arts + Culture

Arts + Culture

Good Taste: Giving flowers to Greens

A love letter to San Francisco’s groundbreaking vegetarian restaurant.

Spacemoth serves cosmic self-examination on ‘No Past No Future’ debut

Her dream-pop balladry triumphs through expansive bops.

Screen Grabs: The saga of Chol Soo Lee—and the arrival of Cinequest

Plus: 'Big Trouble in Little China' gets a screening worthy of a cult fave, and this week's new releases.

Kamasi Washington’s iconic line brings the funk and spirit to The Guild Theatre

Menlo Park got into the jazz revival, as these legends showed the way.

Berkeley artist Raymond L. Haywood and the Black canvas

From the crushing weight of history, the trained carpenter creates alternate realities.

Author Kate Bowler’s cancer memoir “No Cure” is—terrifically witty?

Humor and honesty abound as the book's heroine documents her health battle.

Cold War Dungeons & Dragons: ‘Stranger Things’ puts America last

One reviewer sees capitalism falling to "Running Up That Hill."

Never afraid: How Bill Russell changed the game, on and off the court

One of Oakland's finest, the first Black NBA superstar lived his life his way.

“How human we are”: Nimah Gobir expands the space of Black love

The North Oakland-based artist honors family ties with a stitch and a stroke.

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