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Tuesday, March 5, 2024

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Tagged with: Feminism

Remember Me: How ‘California Soul’ legend Marlena Shaw took on a changing world

The late singer expanded jazz with feminism and funk, then embraced sampling as her voice defined hits through generations

Alaska Thunderfuck’s holiday cabaret delightfully promises ‘as little Christmas music as possible’

SF-bound performer recalls the 'scary and hairy' queens of Heklina's Tr*nnyshack inspiring her own career.

‘Shere Hite actually did change society’: Revindicating the woman who demystified orgasm

New documentary takes on life of bestselling, game-changing author—who was forced to flee the country.

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest celebrates 50 years of ‘Soylent Green’

Plus: Short Film Fest, Albany Film Fest, Kenneth Anger tribute, 'Underground Art-Stars,' and three earnest new releases

Something rotten: Nazi-occupied Denmark through young eyes in Richard Kluger’s latest novel

Seasoned journalist explores a country's moral quandry via historical fiction of 'Hamlet's Children.'

SF Jazz Fest lifts off with guiding spirit Thelonious Monk

Online 38th annual cornucopia of sounds features rarely seen 1985 documentary of the master, who's been having a moment

Review: Black Madonnas, fashion photos, semaphore, and song in ‘Future Histories’

At SFMOMA, Theaster Gates and Cauleen Smith draw on the African American archive to point a way forward.

No “Happy Women’s Day” at Mexico City’s radical March 8 protests

With powerful determination, feminists faced down the metal walls rape apologist President AMLO built to keep them under control.

Screen Grabs: Over the moon, but no time to rest

Now that the election's over, remember other countries? An Iranian thriller, South Korean mayhem, and a gay Irish pair hit screens

Frida’s artful life on film—and in the galleries

Mexican icon's dramatic work and life are having a San Francisco moment, with de Young show and two screenings