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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

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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

Feminist faith founders, community archivists: APAture highlights remarkable creators

Asian Pacific American arts organization Kearny Street Workshop celebrates 50 years with festival themed 'autonomy'

Under the Stars: Buscrates flexes Moog power, deep Plastic Ono Super Band cuts appear…

Plus: SF Music Day, Bandcamp Friday must-haves from Brit-funksters STR4TA, and the eccentric Peel Dream Magazine

Naming the wave: Christina Anderson’s ‘the ripple’ dives into deep waters

World premiere multigenerational drama at Berkeley Rep swims through acts of righteous rebellion

Good Taste: Al Pastor Papi sets down permanent roots in San Francisco

After more than four years on the road, Miguel Escobedo is setting up where he started.

Transporting ‘Passengers’ comforts as it thrills

Acrobatic fantasia at A.C.T. gets plenty of steam from romantic train imagery and talented 7 Fingers company

‘What might the world look like?’: Displaying the breadth of Faith Ringgold’s art and life

Curator Janna Keenan speaks about the 91-year-old artist-activist's breathtaking retrospective at the de Young.

Screen Grabs: Festivalpalooza! Mill Valley, Latino, Short, Green, Drunken

Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, Jose Feliciano, Fantastic Negrito, and a lot of cocktails make for one wild week of film

Live Shots: Roger Waters, still making waves, lit up Chase Center

The Pink Floyd veteran brought his eternal hits—and animal dirigibles—to San Francisco for an eye-popping show.

Self-healing and magic crystallize in ‘SALT to CATCH GHOSTS’

At /(slash), Black women control and direct energy in a gathering of striking works curated by Ashara Ekundayo

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