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Tagged with: Violence

SF Opera tackles mass shootings and class privilege in ‘Innocence’

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‘Another Word For Love’ bursts with pain and hope, its courage undeniable

Oakland-based writer Carvell Wallace's memoir travels brilliantly through the 1992 LA riots and fatherhood's adventure.

In ‘Death Trip,’ exorcising Holocaust family trauma through psychedelics

Punk writer Seth Lorinczi found a surprising way through midlife crisis and tragic ancestral legacy: MDMA therapy

Screen Grabs: Past pieties, present violence, future songs

Intricate 'Kidnapped,' gory 'In a Violent Nature,' and gorgeous 'Songs of Earth' span the chronological spectrum.

Reclaiming homes, from LA to Sacramento

Solutions driven by the unhoused are constantly under attack.

Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.

Screen Grabs: 90 years ago, a ‘Black Cat’ slunk in from the future

Plus Ralph Fiennes' Macbeth, 'Evil Does Not Exist,' 'H2: The Occupation Lab,' 'Terrestrial Verses,' more movies

Ivan Sen’s ‘Limbo’ confronts crimes against Australia’s Aboriginal women

In a town so hot its buildings are underground, the noir's detective seeks justice.

Police violence on campuses must end

Calling in over-militarized state forces to repress non-violent student protests against the war on Gaza is not a solution.