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Tagged with: Native Americans

Is this the end of CEQA as a tool to challenge housing projects that damage communities?

A dramatic change in the use of a longtime neighborhood and community planning process is about to happen; can the supes do anything about it?

‘Bulrusher’: A California story that wades into fetid weeds

Eisa Davis' 2007 Pulitzer nominee at Berkeley Rep is engrossing, until it succumbs to colorism and misogynoir.

Screen Grabs: American Indian Film Fest 48 brings superheroes and reckonings

The longest-running showcase of its kind kicks off with 'Bones of Crows,' about the devastation wrought by state residential schools

Screen Grabs: Listening to legends of the Bayou with Les Blank

'I Went to the Dance' delights. Plus: powerful immigrant saga 'Marisol,' redevelopment dilemma in 'White Building'

Screen Grabs: CAAMFest returns with raunchy ‘Joy Ride,’ Indonesian rap, rocking Fanny

Plus: Doclands brings a focus on music and climate change, and 'Man With a Camera' still stuns.

Screen Grabs: Family dysfunction, with all the yikes

Patton Oswalt's 'I Love My Dad,' Lena Dunham's 'Sharp Stick,' teen pregnancy fallout in 'Icon,' more cringey relations

‘Good Medicine’ brings on the Native American laughs

'It's so rare for this to happen': The Bay Area's only comedy show of its kind comes to the Cal Shakes Theater

50 years ago, San Bruno Mountain was almost cut in half

Remembering a successful community campaign to save the local environment—as climate challenges loom.

The campaign against CRT is all about preserving white privilege

That's the story the right-wing politicians don't want to talk about—because it's still a very real part of American life.

Join us live on Thursday for: The Sixties, uncensored and unredacted

Join us Thursday/10 for a live discussion with David and Margaret Talbot, authors of "By the Light of Burning Dreams: The Triumphs and Tragedies of the Second American Revolution."