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Culture, Art Intersection at a Crossroads: After a Staff Purge, Intersection for the Arts Fights for Life

Intersection at a Crossroads: After a Staff Purge, Intersection for the Arts Fights for Life

On the opening night of her debut play, Mirrors in Every Corner, Oakland-born writer Chinaka Hodge held court in the second-story gallery of Intersection for the Arts, then a scrappy performance space on the Valencia Street corridor. It was February…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist "Chasing Mehserle" Maps Oakland After Oscar Grant's Death

"Chasing Mehserle" Maps Oakland After Oscar Grant's Death

Almost since she finished her first play, "Mirrors in Every Corner," about a black family in Oakland that has a white daughter, Chinaka Hodge, has been thinking about her next one -- and now it's here. In "Chasing Mehserle,"…
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Calendar, Night&Day Read Hard, Brave Soldiers

Read Hard, Brave Soldiers

Chris Sollars shaves with an ax. Tony Labat is internationally famous for drinking beer. And Mica Sigourney does not even want a normal life. At BAN6 Presents Literary Death Match, these three contributors to the Bay Area Now exhibit are…
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Calendar, Night&Day Were They "Postracial" Back Then, Too?

Were They "Postracial" Back Then, Too?

Someone tried to convince us recently that the Mission District in the 2010s is Paris in the 1920s. It's true that visual art, music, literature, food, drink, political thought, dance, fashion, and sex are exploding in the Mission. We're kind…
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Calendar, Night&Day And That's Final

And That's Final

You're probably freaked out by teenagers. They're so weird! They won't look at you, and they move too darn fast. At the Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Slam Grand Slam Finals, though, the kids onstage prove you lazy and/or deaf. Most…
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