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Monday, October 2, 2023

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Tagged with: Detroit

Screen Grabs: Bold, Black, beautiful—and invisible in the fashion industry

Telling the supermodel stories of Bethann Hardison and Donyale Luna. Plus: 'Fair Play' questions love with a vengeance

Arts Forecast: SF Electronic Music Fest plugs into ‘ecosystems of sound’

Plus: Dengue Fever, El Güegüense XI, Detroit Love, Faetooth, The Worst Drag Show Ever, more to do this weekend

Eyeing the bounty of experimental films at CROSSROADS 2023

SF Cinematheque's 14th installment promises alchemical techniques, diabolical creations, frenetic explosions of color

Board members dubious about any plans to close or merge schools

The school district has other serious problems, and other sources or revenue, members say at key meeting

Fabric portraitist Alice Beasley stitches together politics and community

Piedmont resident sews poignant scenes from the both the Civil Rights movement and the neighborhood cafe.

Arts Forecast: Raise your tankards high for Drunk Theatre

Plus: Bay Area Gallery Weekend, SF Drag King Contest, Wolf Eyes, seaweed foraging, Wata Igarashi, more to do

SF’s radical Asian American legacy shines in ‘Dreaming People’s History’

Images from the International Hotel struggle to the post-George Floyd resistance educate while they inspire.

Under the Stars: jaimie branch’s alt-jazz legend keeps growing

Plus: Tomu DJ rides a 'Crazy Trip,' Dub Brunch brings the kiddos, Kit Sebastian goes big, more music news

New waves: the freshest albums of 2023, so far

Pursuit Grooves' bass-filled grandma Kitty tribute, Space Ghost's ambient drift... Here are the vibrations that got us.

Under the Stars: House-disco architect Jayda G’s ‘Guy’ gets personal while it pops

Plus: Much love for Eris Drew and Octo Octa T4T label, and Sweeping Promises rips into town.