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Neon pop, watercolor superstars: Kelly Inouye’s ‘MTV Generation’ paints a cultural moment

Gender fluidity, sexual politics, racial struggle, media power are encapsulated in the artist's gorgeous works. Plus, Boy George!

Soprano Julia Bullock finds ‘History’s Persistent Voice’ in records of formerly enslaved

At SF Symphony, the singer performs a collection of historical words set to new music by Black women composers

Shhh… the Silent Film Fest is back (and full of great music)

Oscar Wilde, 'Foolish Wives,' a trip to Mars, DJ Spooky, Club Foot Hindustani, more in 25th installment at Castro Theatre.

‘Oh, I love that place!’: SCRAP brings sustainable marvels to Randall Museum

Fundraiser and gallery show 'ReImagine' features an 'Aladdin's Cave' of recycled wonders from 29 artists.

Screen Grabs: Immersed in the works of an African great

Plus: A Georgian wrestler in New York, and miserables Irish spin on 'Hereditary,' Zero F*cks Given, more new movies

Greta Snider’s experimental films pack a punk punch at the Roxie

16mm autoethnographies, found footage essays, materialist inventions, and recent projects focusing on human rights hit the screen

Under the Stars: Sounds from the Black history of now, Big Joanie to Pursuit Grooves

5 Black artists to support this and every month, including Oakland's beatmaker-rapper quiet storm Stanley Ipkuss.

Beast Nest’s ‘Sicko’ is a jubilant freak celebration—Bollywood, Kardashians, and all

East Bay artist Sharmi Basu calls their new electronic album a 'crazy wet blankie' of comfort and community.

Bringing back the va-va-voom with four nights of Burlesque Extravaganza

Expect titillation, empowerment, creativity—and possibly even Cthulhu and corgis, says organizer Red Velvet.

‘We feel abandoned’: Bayview protest highlights ongoing toxic waste scandal

Community demands excavation and removal of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard radioactive residue, with local oversight.