Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Tag: Books

Remembering Bambi Lake, a San Francisco underground icon

The transgender singer and trailblazer, who died last week, definitely lived a life out loud.

New Music: Nappy Nina, Lunchbox, Balkan Bump, more great artists to support

Bandcamp Day picks: Peppy indie, scrappy rap, Turkish trumpet, experimental oboe... oh, and a side of Hi-NRG techno.

Author of ‘Abolish Silicon Valley’ Wendy Liu says tech must change

"There’s this extreme power discrepancy that’s being magnified by Silicon Valley in ways that are not necessarily new, but they’ve improved upon the ways it already existed."

‘Because Horror’! Read an exclusive excerpt from new fright flick anthology

Here, slide into 1979's surreal, bloody 'Tourist Trap' in all its Panavision powers and doomed nostalgia

Teachers, nurses, students rally for Prop. 15

Event at Trump-owned building focuses on property-tax reform.
Nickolas Muray, "Frida with Olmeca Figurine, Coyoacán," 1939

Arts Forecast: Museums reopen, Litquake rolls out… and music in parklets?

Plus: SOMArts Día de los Muertos show, DJ Mark Farina, California Symphony, 'Heads of Hip Hop, more.

Supes approve rent control for Midtown

After a six-year struggle, tenants win housing stability.

A delicious way to fight voter suppression

Dine for Democracy brings activists, food-lovers together to make voting easier and benefit BIPOC and youth orgs.

Racist citations for minor offenses criminalize homeless people

New study looks at non-traffic citations, which can lead to arrests for behavior that wealthy white people engage in every day.

In painting, Elena Zolotnitsky lives by ‘beauty will save the world’

Four decades into her career, the Russian-born, Oakland-based artist devotes her work to mystery, seduction, and life.