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Tagged with: Crime

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.'

The Boudin recall is entirely based on local media mythology. They should own it.

The "crime wave." The "unsafe city." There's no reality here—but it's creating a dangerous political narrative, with the SF cops the big winners.

Under the Stars: The chill joys of Helado Negro—plus our Bandcamp Friday picks

Orion Sun rides smoothly on complex R&B, Jeanines shoot sharp indie-pop darts, and Beige gets a big dance floor "Amen!"

Under the Stars: Outside Lands lineup’s out—with some love for the home team

Plus: Sol Blume fest celebrates Black women artists, Space Ghost's 'Private Paradise,' Oakland Weekender, Linda Lindas, more

Under the Stars: Strutting through Detroit with Strata, a Jazz Fest dream team…

Plus: Jamie Drake digs up AM gold, DEHD gets a little shine, and Neutrals call out the town square BS—this week's new music.

Screen Grabs: ‘Who We Are’ lays out just how much racial justice has stalled

Plus: Poetic 'Why is We Americans,' listless 'Sundown,' rousing 'The Conductor'—and 'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner,' too.

Bandcamp Friday picks: Anteloper, Stanley Ipkuss, Kids on a Crime Spree, more

Got the Spotify blues? Here are our recommendations to support artists directly and score great tunes.

Screen Grabs: 2021’s best movies shone through troubled times

It was a not-at-all-bad year—if you knew where to look.

Under the Stars: Howless levels up, Artsick jangles, Seablite shimmers…

Plus: Remy Le Boeuf and Electric Squeezebox Orchestra' Architecture of Storms,' Jeff Parker's 'Forfolks,' more music news

A new dark-money group with GOP support seeks to raise crime fears

A misleading mailer attacking the record of DA Chesa Boudin hits the streets—but who paid for it?