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Arts Forecast: A new arts magazine aims to dig deep into the local scene

Plus: Bay Area Brewfest, Hella Plants Market, Juan Atkins Techno Symphonic, Reverend Horton Heat, more to do

Under the Stars: Strap yourself in for the C.I.A.

Plus: Broken beats return with New Sector Movements, and don't miss the Pharcyde reunion and Big Joanie live

Remembering Jeff Beck’s endless talent, through Stevie and Mingus

A thrift store find ushered me into the guitarist's world, which straddled, rock, jazz, blues, and funk.

Finding nature’s pitch in the macrocosms of Carrie Lederer

The Oakland artist went from a curatorial career to creating her own mycorrhizal murals.

Arts Forecast: Ashkenaz hits 50, celebrate MLK, Soundbox returns, more

Lollygaggers last show, Black Techno Matters, Sholeh Asgary, Polyglamorous, so much more to do this weekend

Screen Grabs: Don’t mess with brilliant, spitfire director Christine Choy

From Tiananmen Square's dissident exiles to the roiling Mississippi Triangle, the driven filmmaker tackles deep subjects

Under the Stars: The Orielles’ art-rock pop splash, Theo Parrish gets his kicks, more

Scorching drum and bass courtesy of UFO! and Dark Entries cavorts with a Bill Converse time-trip... New music!

Party Radar: As You Like It returns, The Foundry reboots, Andy Tonken tribute, more

Direct to Earth with SPFDJ, Sunset Picnic, Prince Wolf fundraiser, Carl Craig, Quiche, Castro Street Fair ... it's fall party time

This Folsom Weekend (and always), Black Techno Matters

A Saturday party showcases Black techno talent during the kinkfest.

Public Works celebrates 12 years with an epic four-night get-down

Legends Jeff Mills and Amon Tobin are two big names on tap (plus plenty of locals) at Mission club's extended party