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Sunday, January 23, 2022

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Tagged with: The Chapel

As Omicron surged, local arts venues were left to fend for themselves

Why did organizations have to make their own decision to close or stay open, with no specific guidance from the city?

Legendary DJ Mark Farina swings in for New Year’s, plus sparkling at-home options

House Music Royalty lights up Public Works—we catch up with the groove master, and cover you in-house, too.

Under the Stars: Howless levels up, Artsick jangles, Seablite shimmers…

Plus: Remy Le Boeuf and Electric Squeezebox Orchestra' Architecture of Storms,' Jeff Parker's 'Forfolks,' more music news

Under the Stars: Noise Pop announced, Black Creative Database launches

Plus: Anz gets rolling, Habibi's Farsi take on Swiss punk, Bathe builds an orb, more music news and releases

A delicious live taste of Fake Fruit

The Oakland indie quartet prove their big-stage bonafides at August Hall

Arts Forecast: CounterPulse fest, Bowie Bash, Opera at the Ballpark ….

Plus: Carrie Mae Weems finds a home for her art in SF, How Weird and Burning Man: The Musical scratch that freaky itch.

Zelma Stone goes deep in advance of new EP’s live debut at The Chapel

'The Best' climbs a metaphysical mountain of grief: Bandleader Chloe Zelma Studebaker shares its dimensions.

Under the Stars: Get hype for the return of Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party

Plus: New sounds from Fake Fruit and Helado Negro—and an intriguing run of NYE Ty Segall shows.

Under The Stars: New music from the Umbrellas, Fly Golden Eagle, Pamela Z, more

Local jangle-pop, Canadian electronica, avant-garde vocalisms, soulful two-steppers... it all sounds good right now.

Marke B.’s Ultimate Pride Guide 2021

Who needs the tourists when our scene is shining so bright? A hot pink beam of parties, art, music, more.