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A kickass tattoo artist honors her Mescalero Apache roots

'It's in my blood,' says 24th Street Studio's Renette Hammer, who felt destined to open up shop in SF.

I have long COVID—and Sen. Scott Wiener wouldn’t help

Things are not back to normal. This is a huge crisis. The state needs to step in.

Nearing 80, singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn angles into mortality on ‘O Sun O Moon’

'The songs are written from the view of an old guy,' says the legendary Canadian musician. 'I invited people to notice.'

Hannah Diamond’s glistening hyperpop explores ‘the space between being a person and an image’

The PC Music star talks about new beginnings with album 'Perfect Picture'—and dishes on Kesha deep cuts

Dare to be a ‘Brave Sis’? It’s all in the planner

Anyone who knows local arts leader Rozella Kennedy knows she's a force of nature. Definitely one of those hyper-achievers that spur you to ask,...

Rediscovering the fantastic music of Akiko Yano

Few forms of exhilaration quite match that of discovering a vital artist who is in fact deep within their story, having created a rich...

When Jerry Brown sounds like Donald Trump

Scott Shafer’s conversations with former Gov. Jerry Brown are running as a series on KQED, and the section on his work in Oakland, which...

With ‘Butterfly Effect’ choreographer Krissy Keefer caps decades of eco-activism

For more than four decades, Dance Brigade’s co-founder and award-winning Artistic Director Krissy Keefer has been a voice in the wilderness, warning audiences around...

How to build on the #MeToo movement — at home

When we discuss anti-rape activism in the year since the #MeToo hashtag went viral, it is crucial to acknowledge the decades of work by...

Making noise and empowering girls: 15 years of Women’s Audio Mission

ALL EARS For 15 years, the sound engineers at SoMa neighborhood-based Women’s Audio Mission have been applying their skills to one of the field’s trickiest...