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Tagged with: Detroit

Indie booksellers in trouble? BincTank to the rescue

A program that grew out of Borders now helps BIPOC-owned bookstores stay open and thrive through its grants.

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Under the Stars: Sun Ra Arkestra touches down for a three-night spectacle

Plus: Jayda G's science doc 'Blue Carbon,' Khruangbin and Dry Cleaning releases, Fly Anakin blesses the Bay, more music

Don’t mind the AI, ‘Mere Mortals’ is a human triumph

SF Ballet's techno take on the Pandora's box of Artificial Intelligence feels like something completely new

Watch the first Music Book Club interview, with Dan Charnas of ‘Dilla Time’!

The acclaimed author and educator told us how he wrote his epic tome on the Detroit hip-hop beats genius.

Arts Forecast: Edwardian Ball Returns, new Music Book Club launches, more

Stage Dive into Life, Kate Bush drag tribute, Floating Points, Icebreaker's Ball, 'Colonizing America'—get out there

Red-and-gold needle drops for your 49ers NFC Championship tailgate playlist

Saweetie, E-40, George Strait, even the Gay Men’s Chorus are bringing the anthems for Sunday’s kickoff.

Remembering The Soft Moon

Former Bay Area musician Luis Vasquez had a huge impact on the scene, and his gorgeously dark sensibility will live on.

Good Taste: All the takeout I would have eaten with Keith Lee

The TikTok food influencer cut short his disastrous Bay Area visit, but here's where to dive into great local flavors

The Best Music of 2023: Dream beyond your curated stream

Nabihah Iqbal, Sweeping Promises, Bored Lord, La Doña, Larry June, Pharoah Sanders, more bucked the algorithm with golden sounds.