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Spotlights, please! Our 22nd annual Guardian Outstanding Local Discovery Awards celebrate the best and brightest in Bay Area arts and culture
A home for perfect guitar pop, stronger than ever after 20 years
Quite possibly the Bay Area's most original dance thinker, creating a 21st century lingo of the body
Basically anyone with a curious, creative mind can lose themselves in the Alexandrian delights of the Prelinger Library
Presenting immediate spectacles that are undeniably seductive in a punk-rock sort of way
A deft use of weft and warp to create color forms in which minimalism and materiality intersect
Bringing graceful work and alternately intense and quirky looks to the stage
Devoted to rock and trash pop culture, blending garage and bedroom
A creative maven who has been an integral part of the city's cultural fabric for decades
A unique artist and part of a tight-knit, bold, savvy, young, and mostly queer milieu
Offering cinematic odes to schlocky gore and bloody camp
Interpolating the political and the personal, while making art that crosses out of the art world
The bearded musical conduit for a huge gay cultural reawakening to the pre-AIDS era
Using song, music, visuals, and narration to create theatrically potent works that include Afro-Cuban, modern, folkloric, and popular dance styles
A standard bearer of quality house music who delicately flaunts his Nigerian roots
Keep your knucklehead down while breaking Doritos with the regulars at some choice Bush Corridor dives
Bringing an intensity and flair to traditional Thai dishes as well as to innovative ones
Torn among dumplings and a visit with Kayday to T-28
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