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Saturday, June 10, 2023

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In ‘Chinglish,’ much to be found via that which is lost in translation

United States and China's marriage of convenience gets a hard, if humorous look at SF Playhouse.

Under the Stars: Ash Walker rides new fusion moods, and other soul selections

Buscrates summons hot summer nights, Harrison's watercolored dream jams, Hermeto Pascal pays a rare visit

Under the Stars: Yaya Bey revs Outside Lands engines with “Exodus the North Star” EP

Plus: Salami Rose Joe Louis delivers a funky abstract heater, Say She She calls for earth justice on "Reeling."

Suddenly, Wiener is a climate champion (and he’s running for Congress)

A strange mailer looks like the kickoff of the Wiener campaign for Pelosi's seat.

With ‘No Such Spring,’ composer Samuel Adams speaks from the pandemic

New work at San Francisco Symphony 'is a piece about my feelings about my country right now.'

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.

LA punks OFF! still go hard, fast, and long

Singer Keith Morris talks about the hardcore band's origin, its 'jazzbo drummer,' chemtrails, conspiracies, and 'Free LSD'

Conservative YIMBYs just took over SF’s biggest lifestyle site. Its ex-editor tells us what that means

GrowSF controls The Bold Italic. Former head Matt Charnock, now of Underscore, dishes on the local media impact

Under The Stars: Holiday music season kicks off (already) with Los Bitchos’ ‘Chrismos’

Plus: ESG announce goodbye shows, Ikonika's "Bubble Up" brings queer love anthems, ZG handles opulent broken beats, more

Party Radar: Hey, ghoul. It’s Monster Mash time.

All the Halloween wing-dings you can squeeze into your Google cauldron. No sexy Steve Bannon costumes please.