Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Tag: Poetry

Her childhood in Russia’s Arkhangelsk region inspires Nadezda’s haunting art

The painter channels mysterious, mystic imagery from a cat's dinner song, or the shadows around her sink.

Opinion: Public bathrooms are vital public infrastructure

If you are older and need to go, the Bay Area is not always a pleasant place.

Mother’s Day — for homeless mamas

A story of eviction, gentrification, poverty -- and hope.

Black Freighter Press sails in, boosting writers of color and radical imagination

The revolution will be published, with the help of SF Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Alie Jones' new outlet.

Tyler Holmes navigates trauma through softer sounds on ‘Nightmare in Paradise’

The Oakland musician and performer's lush, emotive new album records the process of grappling with PTSD.

A call for the state to revoke PG&E’s license to sell power

In the wake of more criminal charges, some say the PUC should end the private utility's role as the main energy provider in Northern California (paving the way for public power).

With ‘Sounds of Haejin,’ Caroline Chung at last releases an album of her own

The veteran bassist collaborates with a bounty of Bay Area talent for lush, jazz-rooted collection of songs.

Screen Grabs: Tragedies of global market capitalism on display

From Lesotho to Ohio, new films draw a damning through-line. Plus: Oscar nominated shorts

Letters to the Editor: Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Remembrances of the late literary lion from writers David Talbot, Tony Robles, and Eric Sneathen

In Pouké Halpern’s work, domestic vessels resonate with subtle poetry

Muted lines and an ambient optimism about the glass-half-full infuse the artist's delicate paintings