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Remember Me: How ‘California Soul’ legend Marlena Shaw took on a changing world

The late singer expanded jazz with feminism and funk, then embraced sampling as her voice defined hits through generations

Screen Grabs: Our 40 personal favorite films of 2023

From 'Astrakhan' to 'Zone of Interest.' Plus: Tarkovsky's Timeless Echoes, '21 Positions' of OnlyFans, reliving the Y2K panic, more movies

A new, stealthy Amazon delivery center on the edge of the Bayview?

More trucks in an area with serious air-quality issues. Plus: Evictions in supportive housing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 3-10

The Hunters Point Shipyard: Art survives amid toxic waste

Part II: As artists move into the former base, the level of contamination reaches the point where 'if it can't be cleaned, stay the hell out.'

Zelma Stone goes deep in advance of new EP’s live debut at The Chapel

'The Best' climbs a metaphysical mountain of grief: Bandleader Chloe Zelma Studebaker shares its dimensions.

The world’s drowning in plastic. Does ‘In Balance’ offer a liferaft?

Heron Arts group show beckons to a path beyond post-apocalyptic art.

The COVID pandemic is far from over in California workplaces

Foster Farms case is just one example of how workers are still getting sick -- and in some cases, dying.

When bosses lie, workers die

More and more data shows that COVID transmission is happening not just at gatherings but at worksites.

Facebook’s housing echo chamber

Zuckerberg money funds news outlets that repeat Zuckerberg group's supply-side position on the housing crisis.

COVID outbreaks continue in workplaces in California

The pandemic is far from over -- particularly for workers in vulnerable occupations.