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Wednesday, December 7, 2022

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Tagged with: Crime

Supes approve killer robots, 8-3

With the national press watching, even progressives vote for a disturbing escalation in police power.

Under the Stars: The heady, poignant sounds of Oakland’s Maria BC

Plus: SF Jazz can assist with a bumping holiday season, Lyrics Born is back with 'Vision Board,' Kids on a Crime Spree, more

A lively debate for DA candidates shows major policy and political differences

Jenkins wants to work with the cops; Hamasaki talks about recidivism and corruption.

With Supreme Court’s EPA ruling, can Trump’s damage to the environment ever be repaired?

A criminologist examines the toxic roots of corruption that were dug in during the former administration

Under the Stars: It’s insufficient to call Kaidi Tatham ‘the UK’s Herbie Hancock,’ more

Papercuts' jangly mojo, Lucky Sun's uplifting essence, Byron the Aquarius comes through, Foamboy and Oakland Weekender rundowns

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.