Volume 48 Number 21
Call it what you will — the fresh, soulful sound of The Seshen demands to be heard
An overnight visit to St. Helena yields great eats (and killer English muffins).
Skewering the absurdities that inconvenience our daily lives
An iconoclast who has performed to great acclaim and inspired others for decades
Unique performance group driven by collaboration and a creative sense of place
"Abstract" choreography meets audience engagement
Up from Etsy, and beyond the masks we paint with social media
Blasting past dubstep, setting controls for the heart of the bass
A filmmaker who strives for both academic and artistic excellence
OUR 25TH GUARDIAN OUTSTANDING LOCAL DISCOVERY AWARDS CELEBRATE BAY AREA ARTS
After starting small, the ambitious festival had a banner 2013 (with even bigger plans for the future)
"I romanticize the outsider. There's always going to be this running theme of me versus the world."
As panel explores ways to "discourage demand" for prostitution, sex workers call for a more nuanced understanding of their profession
Development is booming in the eastern neighborhoods, but the money isn't there to cover the infrastructure needed to serve it
New encrypted site allows sources to anonymously deliver sensitive documents to the Guardian