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Tagged with: the resistance

Anteloper’s ‘Pink Dolphins’ grasps the tone of a country in disarray, via jazz energy

Trumpeter jaimie branch's horn screams over the kind of unpredictable rhythms with which we're all learning to live.

The revolutionary realism of Alice Neel

The painter's extraordinary work, now at the DeYoung, proves that socially engaged art is anything but boring and irrelevant.

Screen Grabs: Video game-inspired ‘Detention’ spins Taiwanese fascism into psychological horror

Plus: The rundown on the new 007 film, the Roxie's giallo fest, and other new releases to launch your Halloween season

Indigenous cinema triumphs at Toronto International Film Festival

Legendary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin finally gets her due with a 19-movie tribute—plus 'Angakusajaujuq' and 'Night Raiders' make Fick's Picks

New doc ‘Bring Your Own Brigade’ asks why wildfires just keep growing

Filmmaker Lucy Walker examines the tragic, recent damage—and finds there's more to blame than climate change

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.

Screen star Colman Domingo revisits Bay Area roots for Mime Troupe celebration

The very hot actor on Chadwick Boseman, 'Nash Bridges,' and his powerful work with the Troupe's Youth Theatre Project

San Francisco Mime Troupe: Best of the Bay 2020 Editors’ Pick

Pivoting to online 'radio plays,' the 51-year-old favorite brought us vibrant 'Tales of the Resistance' and a timely 'Red Carol'

BEST OF THE BAY 2020 EDITORS’ PICKS

We're highlighting some of the tremendous people, places, and things that made the Bay Area shine during one heck of a year

For Puerto Rican freedom, MaJo Montijo summons a bomba ‘Huracán’

Oakland musician fights "continuous colonial disaster," including Hurricane María aftermath, with gale-force release.