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Five times Ron Carter gave legends that supreme bass boost

The jazz master just turned 85, and is still going strong. Here are a handful of his favorite features.

Nursing poems while fighting police terror: Asantewaa Boykin’s ‘Love, Lyric, and Liberation’

The Oakland-Sacramento writer, activist, and emergency room nurse debuts a collection of urgent, 'hungry' poems.

Letter to the Editor: Supply and demand doesn’t apply to housing — or really anything

Emphasizing supply intentionally ignores what drives demand: tax subsidies for multi-billion-dollar corporations

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.

For most artists, NFTs are a false bill of goods

In the end, they’re a game for the super-wealthy who keep starving artists starving.

Bogus group-housing plan approved—sort of

In a sign of how messed up state law has become, Supes allow five-unit building that developer says is too small.

Party Radar: DJ La Frida calls scattered queer revelers back to Home Base

The Best of the Bay DJ rebuilds community at El Rio. Plus: Mike Servito, Dancing Ghosts, Cygnet, more

Why don’t we treat all refugees as if they were Ukrainian?

It was inevitable that when brown-skinned Afghan refugees fleeing war were turned away from European borders over the past few years, the callous actions of these...

Breed’s Tenderloin crackdown goes to the supes in high-stakes vote

What is the mayor's actual plan for a neighborhood in crisis, other than more cops? It's hard to figure that out.

How Kristina Wong’s ‘Auntie Sewing Squad’ sewed to the rescue in the pandemic

The comedian's book tells a story of grassroots radical care—and making hundreds of thousands of masks for essential workers