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Oaklash explodes with a full week of drag activism, film, parties, cute shows

'I want Oaklash to be the next Treasure Island Music Festival, the next Treasure Island Media,' says founder

Dancers lifted by a resonant voice in Alonzo King LINES Ballet’s ‘Deep River’

Collaboration among choreographer King, composer Jason Moran, and vocalist Lisa Fisher at YBCA captivates

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this week, from Gran Fury to ‘Much Ado’

Soul man Lee Fields, Blectum from Blechdom returns, a drag Hall & Oates tribute, Lab dance-a-thon, more to get you fired up.

Screen Grabs: Matter-of-fact horror of Ukraine war in ‘Reflection’

Plus: Mascarpone's gay rom-com delight, Nick Cave's macabre ornaments, Christina Ricci's Monstrous, ABBA: The Movie, more

Nursing poems while fighting police terror: Asantewaa Boykin’s ‘Love, Lyric, and Liberation’

The Oakland-Sacramento writer, activist, and emergency room nurse debuts a collection of urgent, 'hungry' poems.

Arts Forecast: Choose your own adventure in a city full of wonders

Lila Downs, Front Line Assembly, Kronos Quartet, Rob Reger, Chinese Pioneers, Punk in the 'Loin, more terrific doings this week

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this weekend

Fefu, Noodlefest, Ube Fest, Indie Bookstore Day, Shipyard Open Studios, more to get you safely out of the house.

Sound recordist Chris Watson compresses millennia of Namib desert ambiance

The UK artist, whose career stretches from Cabaret Voltaire through David Attenborough, brings exhibit to Santa Cruz

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest regenerates with a ’70s sci-fi classic

A new version of the fest springs up around Earth Day. Plus: two very different Aussie flicks and 'All the Old Knives' reviewed

Meet the powerhouse who keeps Kronos Quartet ticking

Janet Cowperthwaite's wild 40 years managing the beloved SF players will be honored at Kronos Fest—with a clapping song.