An experimental sound event will bring participants under the sea
Learn how to preserve the season’s best, plus a new chef takes the helm at Soif and Shakespearean Pop-Ups at The Grove
With policymaker blessing, housing advocates have three months to sell bond measure
A Q&A with the co-author of a new report that looks beyond the poverty line
Law enforcement awaits state guidance on measuring impairment
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Tired of Silicon Valley, Keri Waters made a career starting companies tailored to life in her adopted hometown
Singer-songwriter Shawn Mullins recalls fiddling around with his friend’s sampler/drum machine 20 years ago. He loaded a James Brown song into it—he...
Why the interactive art installment left us wanting more
Plus a tribute to Dexter Ahlgren, and a successful Sustain Supper for Homeless Garden Project
Writer-director Boots Riley’s debut is a masterpiece that blends real-world issues with entertaining weirdness
Environmental group says transit agency is undermining public process
Win Tickets to Bob Schneider at Moes Alley on Friday, July 13.
Papiba and Friends play Thursday, June 21 at Moe’s Alley.
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Jack O’Neill’s ocean stewardship legacy is going strong
The rich, ruby-red G17 Syrah 2016 is aged 15 months in French oak
The Japanese restaurant’s name loosely translates to ‘ocean lover’
Tony Hoffman leads a double life, bouncing back and forth from Lebanon, where spends time in refugee camps
Activists and politicians can’t wait to dissect the Unified Corridor Study, but will it just lead to more noise?
Walk-through light exhibit dissolves boundaries between viewer and artist
Engaging music, characters, energize ‘Hearts Beat Loud’
Amy Rigby returns to form for ‘Old Guys,’ her first solo album in 13 years
Plus a Pork & Pint party at Home restaurant, and foraged mushrooms from Ocean2Table