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     Based in Oakland, this self-described “literature and rock & roll” biannual is like Lapham’s Quarterly... More»


A few years back, Emily Jane White described her job as “writing sad songs.” If her third CD, Ode to Sentience, is any indication, the... More»


Known fact in the Bay Area: It’s fun to make fun of hipsters, and there’s no dearth of targets here. But the San Francisco–based YouTube... More»


The sixth album by local pop trio Train follows the milquetoast-y sonic blueprint of the group’s earlier work. While there are a few departures (see... More»


     The new Wes Anderson movie, cowritten by Anderson and Roman Coppola, certainly is a richer pastiche than anything else you’ll... More»


     It’s adorned the T-shirts of Madonna and Britney Spears, and those of countless lesser-knowns, but now the tattoo art of Don... More»


Thee Oh Sees The psychedelic garage band is known for their wild live shows. With not one by two album releases within the... More»


With temperatures expected to be in the 70s again this weekend, it’s the perfect time for the festival season to begin. Here’s a list of... More»


1.) Dana Buoy Having just released his first solo album (literally today and literally solo, Tune-yards style), Buoy has compiled... More»


1. Cinco de Mayo Festival, Dolores Park: The city’s eighth Cinco... More»


1. The less-famous bridge. This new comedy gives the Bay Bridge its fair share of the spotlight: Segel plays the... More»