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Tagged with: Poetry

‘Ghost of King’ channels radical speech by Civil Right leader to a T

Michael Wayne Turner III’s solo show at OTP masterfully evokes the Rev. Dr., but could go much further.

Under the Stars: Wet your summer whistle with 40 years of ‘Purple Rain’

Plus: Temperatures rise on Kaytranada's 'Timeless,' Mary Timony gets in her bag, dancing in Yerba Buena Gardens, more music

At 70, North Beach Festival celebrates groundbreaking artisan origins

Originally organized by makers seeing more exposure, the fair claims first in closing off an entire street for art.

Rumi’s favorite 12th century epic comes to musical life in ‘The Language of the Birds’

Composer Sahba Aminikia blends Farsi vocals blend with AI animation for Persian mystic Farid ud-din Attar's storied tale.

‘¡Golondrina!’ flies on the wings of Latinx California music history

Liliana Herrera's 'funkloric' play at Brava views migration, and its criminalization, through a sonic kaleidoscope.

Screen Grabs: Stylish but deadly classic ‘Le Samouraï’ swings into the Roxie

Plus: Ridiculous and enjoyable 'Challengers,' exhausting 'Boy Kills World,' the rise of Christian Nationalism, more

Screen Grabs: Strap yourself in for a harrowing ‘Civil War’

Plus: 'The Beast,' 'The People's Joker,' 'Arcadian,' 'Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,' more new movies

Watch: Scott Woods breaks down ‘Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods’ on Music Book Club

The critic and poet's latest book takes a unique look at the Purple One's career and the meaning of his music.

Yes, ‘One Love’—but here’s the real takeaway from Bob Marley & The Wailers

His group's supreme musicality can get lost in legacy. Let's take a moment to remember the beats.

‘Look Me in the Eyes’ confronts the phantasmagoria of Kurdish history

At ICA SF, Hayv Kahraman employs haunting metaphors, conveying a surreal mythology of female figures.