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Tales of Australia

Black Arm Band uses Aboriginal music to spread the word.

Got to Revolution

Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia runs Feb. 8 to May 21 at BAMPFA.

Quiet Devotion in the Woods

Artist Day Schildkret artist forages the woods for material to build MorningAltars, shares them by photos, and then returns later to reflect on the disturbed remains.

Manipulated by a Puppet

"Hand to God" runs Feb. 3 to March 19 at Berkeley Rep.

Something to Chew On

Lunafest shares humor and hope in short films by and for women.

What’s the Right Thing?

Root for Mookie at the New Parkway. Plus, check out our monthly arts and culture event picks.

It’s a Mads Mads Mads Mads World

Mads Tolling & The Mads Men play Yoshi's on Jan. 29.

A Third Wave for Civil Rights

If the United States is to be “great again”—or, truly great for the first time ever for all of its citizens—the country must admit with stark honesty to what it has been.

Dancing an Immigrant Experience

The second of Dohee Lee’s trilogy comes to Richmond.

Focusing on Hollywood Mavericks

They provide potent reminders that sordid crimes and ruthless violence are as American as, well, apple pie.