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Tagged with: Lit

Party Radar: Quick ‘n dirty guide to Folsom 2023 parties

Disco Daddy, Queerbait, Power Snatch, Horse Meat Disco, Whip Appeal, Sub Mission, Holesome Folsom—these are just a few!

The joy (and tech) of Old St. Mary’s free Noontime Concerts

35 years of Tuesday lunchtime tranquillity, expanding the definition of "classical" and juiced with state-of-the-art streaming

In Tanya Wischerath’s art, bold brushwork and a sparkling glorification of gender nonconformity

Painting, tattooing, and constantly creating, the quintessential SF artist expresses love for her queer community

Screen Grabs: You’re cordially invited to an HOA meeting from hell

Plus: Hilary Swank is 'The Good Mother' and 'Goldfish' pulls off a big, messy portrait of dementia

The Shortish Project celebrates mighty impact of tiny tomes

Outpost19's lit database and publishing platform features 600 novellas by star and rising authors alike.

At Greek Theatre, Sigur Rós leaned into easy uplift

Gone are the days when the Icelandic outfit repped the sound of the future—but at least the strings are pretty

Free jazz fire: The well-deserved hype over Irreversible Entanglements signing to Impulse

With a new home among legends, the punkish quintet now has an explicit connection to Miles Davis' death stare.

Screen Grabs: An ingenious tale—and a delicious role—in ‘The Lesson’

Plus: YouTube's corrosive effects on political discourse, and two French movies tackle the search for personal identity

Bay Area Book Fest turns the page to a new era—but first, a weekend worth a million words

'The festival’s not a flippant, celebrity event. Our authors have something significant to give,' says outgoing director Cherilyn Parsons

48 sources of joy in 2022, from velvety jazz to young voters and plant-based cuisine

Food, tunes, talks, and more. How did your year highlights match up with our writer's?