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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

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Tagged with: History

Screen Grabs: Glimpsing James Baldwin at his peak

Plus: Tremendous drama 'Close,' young French love in 'One Fine Day,' a ghosty 'Civil Dead' friend, more movies

Arts Forecast: Two-Spirit Powwow, Black History Month, Edwardian Ball, Qaotiq….

Tablehopper's new look, Art With Elders, Johnny & June Forever, Ben UFO, Non Stop Bhangra, more to do this week.

Under the Stars: Lakecia Benjamin pulls jazz saxophone weight, Yaeji readies the ‘Hammer’

Plus: Lineup of SFJAZZ-Noise Pop concerts features Nate Mercereau's cosmic duets with the Golden Gate Bridge.

Under the Stars: Strap yourself in for the C.I.A.

Plus: Broken beats return with New Sector Movements, and don't miss the Pharcyde reunion and Big Joanie live

All about most people: Illuminating the history of the California labor movement

'From Mission to Microchip' author Fred B. Glass talks about how his City College course makes the long struggle relevant today

Some New Year’s resolutions for SF politics

I'm always happy to take the time as 2023 dawns to tell everyone else what to do.

Obama in Charleston: ‘Grace’ delves into White House response to horrific hate crime

White House Chief Speechwriter Cody Keenan reflects on pressures and transcendence of '10 Days in the Battle for America'

Screen Grabs: Queer Turkey Day films from iron-willed ‘The Inspection’ to 1991’s dystopic ‘Flaming Ears’

This week brings a passel of options to cinematically cure your food coma.

The shapeshifters of Masako Miki

The artist expresses complex bicultural identity through works both miniature and monumental.

At Shipyard Studios, a vanished past reflected in art of the present

A childhood in Soviet Ukraine, a toxic military site, the former Mount Avisadero— multitude of histories in work of 300 artists