Arts & Culture

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Kelly Vance reviews Prano Bailey-Bond's 'Censor' and is particularly impressed with lead actor Niamh Algar. "Algar overcomes clichés with her performance, an unnerving portrait of an emotionally vulnerable woman with no escape valve for her fears," writes Vance.

Free Will Astrology

Week of June 9 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Aries actor Leonard Nimoy became mega-famous playing...

Don’t Grow Old

Long-lost George Romero film paints a horrific portrait of senior life In 1973, five years...

Free Will Astrology

Week of June 2 ARIES (March 21-April 19): “There is ecstasy in paying attention,” writes...

Super Fantastics

j.poet interviews the uplifting Rock band that imagined themselves as caped crusaders from the start. “I immediately started imagining the superhero colors and images we could use on posters,” said drummer Daniel Scharff.

Screen Time

Lou Fancher covers the 20th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, featuring Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s 'Summer of Soul' and sits down with Berkeley film maker, Jennifer Steinman Sternin, to discuss her heart-warming entry, 'Gramma and Ginga: The Movie'.

Fair Game

Kelly Vance reviews M.J. Bassett’s Endangered Species where Michael Johnston, Rebecca Romijn and Isabel Bassett get lost in the bush get lost in the bush and "go bananas," according to Vance.

Go Outside

EBX starts the summer off right with this year’s Best of Nature In the Bay...

Bobi Céspedes

j. poet sits down with the queen of Bay Area Latin Music, Bobi Céspedes, to discuss her latest album 'Mujer y Cantante'; a celebration of life, love and family.

Oaklash is Back

In this week's cover story, Chelsea Kurnick celebrates the Oaklash Drag Festival which returns Memorial Day Weekend for its fourth year. “That’s a beautiful thing,” said Oaklash co-creator, Mama Celeste.

Free Will Astrology

Week of May 26 ARIES (March 21-April 19): “Open your mouth only if what you...

Sour Widows

j. poet talks with 'bedroom rock' band Sour Widows about their latest album, 'Crossing Over', and how the pandemic may have closed one creative window, but opened several others.

Revival Revealed

Michael Berry sits down with Monica West, author of 'Revival Season', to discuss her book on a family of faith healers and how it reflects, and doesn't reflect, her childhood growing up in different churches across America.

Under Orders

Kelly Vance reviews Luke Holland's 'Final Account', a movie about the stunning inhumanity of Hitler Youth members even decades later, and how many of them escaped retribution in spite of their known crimes. "Holland’s earnest attempt at reckoning predictably falls short in the 'justice at last' category," says Vance.
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