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Tagged with: Summer of Love

Broadcasting the Summer of Love—and so much more—live from San Francisco

A new book describes the history of the legendary KSAN, a radio station that promoted, and was part of, a cultural revolution.

Under the Stars: At 50, Kahil El’Zabar’s Ethnic Heritage Ensemble brings mystic soul visions

Plus: Gu zhen techno in Chinatown, hot ESG doc, Beatles karaoke, more musical delights

Talking Heads’ Jerry Harrison on reviving the live brilliance of ‘Remain in Light’

Guitarist tours group's groundbreaking 1980 album with fellow legend Adrian Belew, to recreate its 'radical ideas'

Why is the Chron so freaked out about Socialism?

Yes, neoliberal capitalism helped create the homelessness crisis. What are we even arguing about that?

Ode to Chicana rasquachismo: a half century of Amalia Mesa-Baines

Her work bustling with everyday objects and memories, the artist's BAMPFA retrospective offers welcome, folkloric departure.

Screen Grabs: Cauleen Smith’s elliptical visions of Afrofuturism

Hers is far from the only far-seeing auteur's screen program this week.

Screen Grabs: 3 new releases and the legacy of everyday horror

The 50th anniversary of 'Last House on the Left' highlights its influence on a trio of just-dropped wannabes.

Screen Grabs: ‘Eyes of Tammy Faye’ blinks at real issues

Plus: Poignant sunset hippie idealism in 'Freeland,' Nic Cage's latest wild ride, and a St. Vincent hall of mirrors.

Screen Grabs: How ‘The Panic in Needle Park’ changed drug movies

The 1971 film mixed stark realism with post-hippie disillusionment. Plus: Lorelei, Tailgate, No Ordinary Man, more

This Bay sculptor is grateful for lessons that clay has taught her

Symbolist artist Sara Lisch has stories to tell. In this interview, she spins a few.