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Tagged with: Mexico

‘I don’t like rules’: Eddie Colla’s bold statements leap off walls

The East Oakland painter on Leo Sayer, the importance of flossing, and the power of art to challenge the world.

Good Taste: The great Al Pastor Papi turns three

Miguel Escobedo reveals the next step for his popular, charitable taco trailer.

The future of the Board of Supes is on the line as redistricting moves forward

A city task force will draw new district lines for the next decade. The mayor's allies already have members. The supes pick three this week.

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.

Screen Grabs: Final chapter of ‘Purge’ series is an eerie echo of modern chaos

'The Forever Purge' is not subtle. But then, we are not living in gently-nuanced cultural times.

Screen Grabs: Recalling that very oddball cinematic year, 1971

What's in theaters—then and now. Plus" 'I Carry You With Me,' 'Scenes from an Empty Church,' more

Painter Anthony Holdsworth captures the city’s intimate magic

You'll want to catch his vivid scenes, from the quiet streets of Bernal Hill to vibrant La Victora panaderĂ­a.

Parents sue US government over separation from kids at border

Suit also claims Trump-era policies forced asylum seekers to sleep on the floor and denied them medical care.

Screen Grabs: Stalin’s funeral, New Deal art, and a harrowing Mexican fable of unrest

Three new movies seem like history repeating. Plus, an invigorating Legacy Film Festival On Aging

Teaching Behind the Mask: Young kids and nature, in the city

'I am not sure whose idea it was to put children inside shoe boxes all day and call that schooling.'