Saturday, February 27, 2021

Tag: Protests

Through vital ‘Local Voices’ podcast, youth dive into Fine Arts Museums’ treasures

From St. Francis statues to Civil Rights Era paintings, teens explore art's history and meaning.

What we saw at Sundance 2021, part 2: More Ficks’ Picks at the big fest

Questlove's hypnotic 'Summer of Soul' sings, animated 'Cryptozoo' melts face, and two docs on Bay Area HS seniors bring cultural exposé close to home.

Foreign Correspondent: Capitol insurrection as seen from abroad

Journalists and activists overseas share what the world is thinking about us.

Trump’s riot — and what it means

The cops let white people with guns assault the Capitol. Are we surprised?

Examined Life: On remembering a year we’d rather forget

Recalling 2020 properly is part of healing.

How do we think about 2020?

And have we learned any lessons that will make for a better 2021?

PHOTOS: Palo Alto’s 1400-acre Foothills Park at last opens for all

After half a century, a beautiful public space joins the options for Bay Area fitness and fresh air.

Foreign Correspondent: Are Cuban protesters freedom fighters or US pawns?

Painters, musicians, and other artists are responding to what they call the ‘lack of freedom of speech.’ The government calls them agents of the US.

In ‘New Labor Movements,’ curator Leila Weefur traces legacy of Frederick Douglass

Film series is 'doing emotional and physiological labor, defining the Black body across all parallels of time and history'