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Willed an envelope stuffed with cash, he sparked new musical ‘Inheritances’

Pianist Adam Tendler faced the loss of his father by commissioning new works from an all-star roster of contemporary composers.

Media Week: Joe Biden, the party ‘elite,’ and the reality of big political money

Working-class voters seem less and less interested in a Democratic candidate who won't challenge the basic assumptions of neoliberalism.

Watch: Will Hermes dives deep into Lou Reed on Music Book Club

A Rolling Stone editor and professor takes on 'The King of New York' (and the state of music journalism).

‘The Lifespan of a Fact’ finds journalism at a perilous juncture

A fascinating play about fact-checking? Believe it.

Under the Stars: Sylvester shall sing again

Plus: Carlos Niño's collab album with Andre3000 and friends, Arooj Aftab returns, Sis channels Sri Aurobindo. New music!

Media Week: Why is Haney’s dubious campaign spending not a bigger story?

Plus: If SF is the worst-run city in the country, the data doesn't show it.

Arts Forecast: Kronos Fest marks a half-century of musical astonishments

Plus: Pre-Pride shenanigans, Stern Grove, Flor Y Canto, Black Techno Matters, Team Dresch, Witchcrafting, so much to do!

‘Another Word For Love’ bursts with pain and hope, its courage undeniable

Oakland-based writer Carvell Wallace's memoir travels brilliantly through the 1992 LA riots and fatherhood's adventure.

3 must-see shows from SFJAZZ’s smoking summer schedule

The venue has 90+ concerts in the wings over the next three months—check out this hot trio of picks.

Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.