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Tagged with: Art

Opinion: Prop. 1 and Prop. F are just more attacks on poor people

These are not solutions. They are just ways to make life on the streets even more unpleasant.

André 3000 spoke another language at Bimbo’s

In the first of five local shows, the Outkast star improvised with friends, babbled glossolalia, and warned that the audience was being sampled.

Screen Grabs: Two strong films make global immigration personal

'Io Capitano' and 'The Legionnaire' spur empathy. Plus: Gay rarity 'Drifter,' potent noir 'The Road to Shame,' more

Artists alter, deface their own work at YBCA to protest Gaza silence and decry censorship

'Love Letter to Gaza' action calls out institution for not speaking up and allegedly muzzling artists.

Theatrical spectacularist Taylor Mac: ‘The solution to straight pain is queer joy’

The gonzo performance artist's 'Bark of Millions' is an ecstatic four-hour, 55-song reverse-conversion therapy session.

Flute in hand, André 3000 returns after a decade to conquer the Bay

Did he ever really leave, though? An appreciation of the rap legend-turned-ambient musician's local history

J.L. King’s bold, curious art doesn’t shy from the peculiar

'Weird can be good, to me,' says the San Francisco oil painter, who calls her spirited art 'trick the mind.'

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

Screen Grabs: Rare queer films, from the dawn of Gay Lib to the onset of AIDS

Plus: 'Taste of Things,' 'Totem,' 'Perfect Days,' and a mad dash through 10,000 years of history from a sex worker’s perspective

Good Taste: Falling in love with LA’s food scene

An all-pink taqueria, a punk cafe in a vintage arcade, a restaurant in a dispensary and more spots that spark joy.