.Jessica Langlois

Apr 8, 2014

Anarchy, Baby

On Valentine's Day, in a room with concrete floors in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood, Neil Campau and Ellen Avis played a set of...
Sep 4, 2013

L’Avventura’s Vampire Credibility

Only the glow of dashboard instruments illuminates the faces of four twentysomethings as they maneuver their SUV through bumpy forest roads in the dead...
Jun 5, 2013

Sharing Fido

Eric Husk is sensitive to semantics. He prefers the term dog "parents" or "guardians" to dog "owners." Husk says that the word "owner" implies...
Jun 5, 2013

The Golden Era of Bhi Bhiman

On Saturday, May 18, St. Cyprian's Church in San Francisco became an unlikely hot spot, as a line snaked out the back door. When...
Jun 5, 2013

Raw Pet Food Diets on the Rise

In 2008, Stephanie Suzanne Brendle — a longtime vegan and registered dietician — decided it was time to stock her freezer with raw meat....
May 1, 2013

For the Benefit of Jay Korber

Last December, everything seemed to be coming together for musician Jay Korber: He was playing drums with experimental metal outfit Burmese (a band Korber...
Feb 6, 2013

Raising Rock’s Next Generation

Nick Tamburro probably has the longest commute of any music teacher in the Bay. Every week, the experimental rock and jazz drummer drives four...
Jan 16, 2013

The SFJAZZ Center and the Rise of the Nonprofit Model

Suzanna Smith, an Oakland jazz vocalist, is tired of hearing the question "Is jazz dead?" "I don't think it's any more dead than it...