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A last look at "William Kentridge: Five Themes"
Theophilus Brown peels away expectation and returns anew to abstraction at 90
Brilliant, blacklisted legend Dalton Trumbo endures with a DVD release of Johnny Got His Gun
Windy & Carl's ambient, celestial-waxing pairing isn't as blissful as it seems
Ramona Gonzalez of Nite Jewel on the Bay Area and the joy of Woo
Richard North Patterson on Eclipse and the legacy of Ken Saro-Wiwa
Richard North Patterson takes on the Nigerian and Western petrolords
"In the Realm of Oshima" is a staggering reaffirmation of the 77-year-old director's vision
I wonder if you've been living in San Francisco too long? Most prostitutes are not happy grad students! Most have been abused, are...
The glory of 1978's Inglorious Bastards
California isn't working any more. It's time to think about dramatic ideas for change
California gloss added to a solid Catalán base coat -- resulting in the authentic hubbub of a tapas spot
Out of rehab and back to music-making, Eminem still irks -- with hip-hop once again his favorite high
Chevron earns record profits -- but isn't reporting the inhuman costs of its global enterprise
High-energy Fukú Americanus lacks depth
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The best of all possible worlds in World Music terms: uptempo, polyrhythmic, socially conscious (but not pedantic), strikingly melodic, and eminently danceable.
Cut from the same pitch-black cloth as any fearsome Nordic god
An apt alternative-entertainment prelude to Memorial Day
"L'Allegro" returns to Berkeley to again consider whether happiness or melancholy is the better state to strive for
Education outcomes for black children - right here in San Francisco - are the worst of the state's urban districts
First, let's get rid of the hype and spin. Californians did not reject new taxes May 19. There weren't any taxes on the ballot