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Radical Feminist Reads by Kate Schatz and Rebecca Solnit

Schatz’s Rad Girls Can, with Miriam Klein Stahl illustrating, and Solnit's Call Them by Their True Names urge all to get up and get out the vote.
September 4, 2018

Unsettling Times

Protest songs, identity questions, and economic disparity surface in this month’s music and books.
August 30, 2018

Get Ready for Royal Jelly Jive

The infectiously danceable SF-formed band comes to Yoshi’s.
August 27, 2018

Ubuntu Theatre Project Does Bold Work

The 5-year-old Oakland theater troupe doesn’t let its small budget get in the way of doing great and accessible theater.
August 24, 2018

Amanda Walters and Paulina Berczynski Go Feral With Fabrics

Two Bay Area artists knit together political movements through textiles.
August 22, 2018

Cal Shakes Combines Four Shakespeare Plays Into One Production

Eric Ting combines Shakespeare’s Richard III, Henry VI, Part 1, 2, and 3, into a single production, War of the Roses.
August 21, 2018

Indian Musical Forms Influence Sameer Gupta’s Jazz

The former Bay Area resident has a new album, A Circle Has No Beginning, and is at the Freight with old and new friends to promote it.
August 17, 2018

Fernando Reyes Tells Stories With Art

The Oakland artist will show canvases and wood panels at Mercury Twenty Gallery.
August 16, 2018

Ingrid Rojas Contreras’ Writes an Explosive First Novel

The Colombia-born, Bay Area author weaves a powerful narrative of sisterhood in the times of Pablo Escobar’s Colombia.
August 15, 2018

Animal House Still Gets Laughs

The bawdy 1978 frat-life classic heads to the Paramount.
August 14, 2018