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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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Tagged with: Poetry

The bright, strong magic of Joan Mitchell

A grand SFMOMA retrospective—ending soon—brings all the brilliance and range of the abstract painter to the fore.

Poems for the big one: Kim Addonizio’s latest radiates ‘mortal life’

In 'Now We're Getting Somewhere,' the lauded local poet (and recent banjo enthusiast) sparks the political and personal.

Arts Forecast: More Open Studios, Simpsons trivia, saving Grubstake…

Plus: A tribute parade for poet Jack Hirschman, Castro Street Fair, Black Cowboys, GayC/DC, more

Screen Grabs: Fighting back, from Armenian revolution to Civil Rights struggle

Plus: An in-depth look inside Balanchine's notorious ballet classroom. New movies!

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.

In ‘Plexiglass,’ a poet illuminates voices of the incarcerated

A new volume offers a critique of the criminal justice system through the lens of prison writing workshops

Forever Coastin’: Reflecting on the loss of iconic Oakland rapper Zumbi

We lost a rapper, father, and community pillar. But Zumbi's legacy is rooted in us all.

Screen Grabs: Porcine Nick Cage love affair makes ‘Pig’ a whole meal

The week's new films have something for every taste, from the oceanic terror roiling 'Great White' to a city symphony in 'Summertime.'

Death Row inmate who may be exonerated talks about his story

Kevin Cooper was three hours away from execution. Now he may be freed. He talks about racism, criminal justice, and his nearly 30-year fight to prove his innocence.