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Tagged with: Philosophy

Sticking to it: The packing tape art of Pablo Manga

A chance encounter with the medium outside a Mexico City metro station changed the Oakland artist's trajectory.

Oscar who? Ficks’ Picks fave flicks from last year, part one

Oakland pride 'Earth Mama,' 'Asteroid City,' and the BTS of 'Nope' are among films walking away with our statuettes.

For composer Gabriel Kahane, PIVOT Festival comes as a gift

'More and more I'm just interested in making music with people I love and want to spend time with," says 2024 curator.

The profound irony of the APEC news media coverage

The problem that the mayor is trying to solve with sweeps was created by the same political agenda that drives the event she is so happily hosting.

Under the Stars: Dive into the stoned-soul ‘STU’ of emcee Jay Stone

Plus: Khruangbin teams up with Toro Y Moi live, Vagabond drops low, new Ty Segall and Soccer Mommy, more swell tunes

Utopia, please: Sean Dorsey Dance’s ‘The Lost Art of Dreaming’ returns to refresh spirits

A year after its premiere in SF, the 'full-throttle' show returns after spreading liberating queer reverie throughout the country

Screen Grabs: Dance Film Fest leaps onto screen—and out of prison yards

Plus: Carlos Santana's story, Cambodian cinema showcase, 'North by Northwest' in 35mm, and campy hell on wheels

Seeing Ghost, and the importance of embracing Satan amid fabricated panics

In the age of QANON and hysterical anti-LGBTQ backlash, one rock band embodies a hellishly fantastic alternative.

Arts Forecast: Raise your tankards high for Drunk Theatre

Plus: Bay Area Gallery Weekend, SF Drag King Contest, Wolf Eyes, seaweed foraging, Wata Igarashi, more to do

This Bay sculptor is grateful for lessons that clay has taught her

Symbolist artist Sara Lisch has stories to tell. In this interview, she spins a few.