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Tagged with: COVID

At 21, Fresh Meat Fest still brings fabulous new queer/trans art to the (virtual) stage

Need a rainbow reboot? Tune into more than 40 artists covering a full spectrum of LGBTQ+ expression

Oakland Weekender readies 3 nights of Bay indie-pop community feels

Coming to Oakland's Golden Bull, 'a magnetic scene of like-minded artists who instead of being competitive, are supportive and encouraging.'

Pride isn’t a safe space with London Breed and the SFPD

My hometown celebration now feels dangerous to me, with a cop-loving mayor who disregards her own COVID protocols

Oakland’s Heidi Brueckner turns COVID detritus into quirky, assertive art

Oil paints were joined by banned paper bags and bubble-wrap-filled mailers in the creative's pandemic dark days

Monophonics’ retro-soul ‘Sage Motel’ just won’t let you check out

The Bay-based band has been making deep, cinematic jams for more than a decade. Its latest album smelts a new alchemy.

‘The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin’ crackles with an immigrant’s experience

Jessica Huang’s new play at SF Playhouse tells a heavy family tale, laced with comedy and the supernatural.

Desiree Rogers shines in eerily prescient ‘A Small Fire’

At Shotgun, a matriarch and CEO suddenly loses her senses to a mysterious illness, in a 2012 play that echoes today

In ‘Encore’ at NCTC, the song remains the same

A flip though the company's musical numbers of the past two years should be a romp, but needs context and energy

‘Beyond rich white guys’: Rom-com ‘Fire Island’ aims for breadth (and hearts)

Movie writer Joel Kim Booster and director Andrew Ahn want to 'celebrate joyful, queer, Asian American friendship'

For ‘Montana Story,’ conceiving dysfunction and beauty in Big Sky country

Filmmakers David Siegel and Scott McGehee wrote an intimate Western sibling story—while locked down in New York City