Monday, March 1, 2021

Tag: Poetry

Literary lion Ferlinghetti exits, but his community legacy roars on

Thoughts on Lawrence's passing—and how his heroic drive still resonates in SF, even now.

It’s OK to laugh! Christina Spiegel’s cartoons bring comic relief to our moment

Alameda cartoon artist's deadpan one-liners and true-life characters provide human connection.

New Music: With ‘Family Album,’ Lia Ices marries Laurel Canyon to Wine Country

Written in Sonoma as she became a new mom, album supplies a bonny cluster of psychedelic-tinged Americana

Screen Grabs: What do we want? Bleak, rewarding films from the former USSR!

Intense government cover-up drama Dear Comrades!, Atlantis, Beginning, and Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' restored

Paul McCartney becomes bedroom-pop patron saint on ‘McCartney III’

Is Sir Paul weird because he wants to be—or because we want him to be? We dive in.

Albums of the Year 2020: Wild spirits helped us hold tightly onto humanity

From police brutality call-outs to a new century gospel, artists still wrung beauty and inspiration from a hard year

Books: ‘Pura Neta,’ the Mission, and the price of gentrification

An interview with author Benjamin Bac Sierra on his new and powerful novel.

A gonzo guide to great gifts (that will help local spots survive)

Everything you need: unique art, mouthwatering chocolates, radical guidebooks, nifty clothes, and brave women of color

Screen Grabs: Think our city has problems? Meet this ‘Mayor’

One of the year's best movies lands. Plus: Drunk Danes, one funny uncle, a Black Bear brainteaser, more new movies.

Remembering Bambi Lake, a San Francisco underground icon

The transgender singer and trailblazer, who died last week, definitely lived a life out loud.