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Labor, organizing, money, and an East Bay Assembly race

The political world is full of surprises. Who will wind up winning the seat formerly occupied by Attorney General Rob Bonta?

And yet we signed: Behind the letter to the president of Nicaragua

Hundreds who spent the 1980s doing Sandinista solidarity work are now condemning Daniel Ortega's new wave of political repression. Here's why.

Home health-care workers rally for more federal spending

An aging population will require far more workers in a field that is underpaid and often overlooked.

Screen Grabs: Two deeply different narratives of sex work in ‘Working Girls’ and ‘Medusa’

Plus: Saudi Arabian feminist mythology soars in 'Scales' and 'Dachra's creepy atmospherics.

“Seeing Sound” argues that creating noise is the most human act of all

The KADIST group show (through July 24) presents alternative auditory realities and spaces.

PHOTOS: Second People’s March traces original 1970 Pride March path

Full of protest, music, and killer looks, the alternative Pride march brought LGBTQ color to Polk Street.

Review: In ‘GOLEM,’ Jewish folklore meets ecological disaster—and it’s funny?

In "GOLEM: A Call to Action" (through December 5), The Contemporary Jewish Museum presents three videos by Los Angeles artist Julie Weitz. All of...

New interim chancellor faces immediate challenges at City College

Some union members wary as longtime administrator seeks to address crucial contract and enrollment issues this summer.

5 can’t-miss events help kick off Laborfest 2021

The 28th annual program is bursting with poignant events in an age of rising fascism, inequality, and discrimination.

Community honors labor hero who built connections to LGBTQ movement

Allan Baird gets recognition for the key role he played in connecting the Teamster's Union to the queer community in the 1970s.