Sunday, May 16, 2021

Tag: Comics

Pride time: 6 quick picks at the National Queer Arts Festival

Despite the tea on Twitter, Pride month isn’t just about the continued corporate cashing-in on on-normative identity disguised as celebratory hedonism. Case in point: the National Queer Arts Festival....

Screen Grabs: Xmas Weekend flicks galore

SCEEN GRABS This week brings two major new films about “divisive” American political figures—not exactly what the general public usually wants for Xmas, but oh well. Neither of them...

Best of the Bay 2018: Shopping Winners

48 Hills is proud to host the 43rd SF Bay Guardian Best of the Bay Readers' Poll. For other categories including Food & Drink, Arts & Entertainment, and City Living,...

Screen Grabs: Suspiria, Boy Erased, The Wild Pussycat …

SCREEN GRABS It being Halloweek, it would be just plain wrong not to lead off with a horror film, and as it happens Friday brings one of the year’s...

Screen Grabs: The War at Home, Wings of Desire, What They Had …

SCREEN GRABS There are no less than four solid, serious dramas opening at local theaters this week, signaling that the silly season (which these days occupies most of the year)...

Party Radar: For Navid

PARTY RADAR The Bay Area nightlife community has weathered a lot of ghastly blows in the past couple years, from Ghost Ship and the shooting of Bubbles to the passing...

Arts Forecast: Hemlock Tavern closing, Polk Street Blues Fest, Erasure …

ARTS FORECAST More housing is coming to Polk Street, and, despite a Peskin-led effort to preserve it in some fashion, belovedly scruffy rock spot Hemlock Tavern is closing in October....

Arts Forecast: Fresh Meat, North Beach Festival, Corgi Con…

ARTS FORECAST Pride is looming in the distance like a monstrous, rainbow-bedecked Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man—look for my guide to drop soon—but alongside the parades and parties, and, hey, even a...

BEST OF THE BAY 2017: SHOPPING WINNERS

48 Hills is proud to host the SF Bay Guardian Best of the Bay 2017. For more Best of the Bay 2017 aategories, including City Living, Arts + Entertainment,...

Jodorowsky’s zoom

SCREEN GRABS In perhaps the most surprising and vigorous artistic comeback since Thomas Pynchon suddenly started publishing again after a quarter-century pause, Alejandro Jodorowsky has become very busy again…...