Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Tag: History

Out of the Crate: 4 vinyl gems, from Black jazz history to fresh R&B cuts

Vespre's much-needed banger, DJ Amir's stellar compendium of Strata Records hits, Black Crowes revisited, more

Opinion: AIDS denialism in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

In 2000, the Foo Fighters embraced the kind of anti-science thinking we still see today. It's time they apologized.

Beyond roads and bridges: Experts push to consider nature as essential ‘infrastructure’

In a land of drought and pollution, can environmental harmony be built into Build Back Better?

Opinion: ‘Reopening’ seems empty when so many beloved spots are gone

We can't move forward without mourning decades-old institutions like Tyger's Coffee Shop—and doing our best to save others.

Win a pass to stream Nazi reckoning doc ‘Final Account’

'An urgent portrait of the last living generation of everyday people to participate in Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich.'

Asian American visions at CAAM Fest, from Lowell High to Koreatown ghosts

Annual festival also features Margaret Cho, Amy Tan, Dante Basco, and 'The Fabulous Filipino Brothers'

Screen Grabs: SF as a longtime ‘refuge for weirdos and artists’

'Tell The We Were Here' remembers. Plus: DocLands guide, Middle East peace goals, Parkland tragedy teens

Is San Francisco a ‘conservative’ city? That’s what the Chron thinks.

But is opposing the Big Business and Big Tech Agenda really 'conservative?' Plus: Free Muni --and a complex new Muni yard. That's The Agenda for May 10-18.

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)