Monday, May 17, 2021

Tag: Environment

Review: Clare Rojas’ cosmologies of uncanny animal intelligence and mystery

Soft-launching Jessica Silverman's Chinatown gallery, 'Here We Go' shades folkloric vignettes with dark energy

Good Taste: Secret sourdough sellers, super burgers, and seaweed strains

Unleash the bread beast (again)! Plus: The debut of sustainable pea milk tea and a new book on Silicon Valley food tech

Tracking the turbulent concept of ‘care’ in a pandemic-ravaged world

'Contact Traces' at CCA offers entry points for urgent discussion, on topics from environmental racism to commercial wellness shams.

Mixing — and celebrating — cultures in a Bayview child-care center

Teaching Behind the Mask: Antonia Velegas and Maki Matsunami team up to build bridges and educate young children in a challenging environment.

Arts Forecast: Holy smokes, I went to a show. And ate inside a restaurant!

Sidewalk drag and classic cioppino as SF prepares to enter the yellow tier. Plus: events you can attend! (If you're ready)

New Music: On ‘Crossing Over,’ Sour Widows build sensitive slowcore worlds

Local trio's new EP limns conquering moments with measured vocals and mindhive-intricate guitar work

Supes challenge planners over construction on toxic sites

Resolution points to Planning Department's record of allowing new luxury housing despite hazards. Plus: Why City College matters. That's The Agenda for May 3-9

Living Large: A tribute to Shock G from a Bay Area kid

Outlandish rapper's gleeful freedom presented an alternative form of masculinity for a Mexican American fifth grader.

AAA insurance agents in California are seeking to unionize

Complaints about pay and working conditions drive effort to form a union among giant nonprofit's insurance employees.

SF Opera returns—with a lakeside, drive-in production of ‘Barber of Seville’

Director Matthew Ozawa reflects on his art form's new normal: “Sometimes it gets cold at night, and there’s a lovely duck that loves to say hello.”