Arts & Entertainment


Jeff Coffin and the Mu’tet’s “Side Up”

Posted November 21, 2014 by

Saxophonist Jeff Coffin and his “Mu’tet”, truly defy musical categories, and obliterate musical boundaries with their take-home-with-you compositions, their mind-bending solos and their swirling, danceable odd rhythms and exotic world music influences. Their previous effort, 2012’s “Into the Air” and
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A scene from Fruit Chan's THE MIDNIGHT AFTER, playing at Hong Kong Cinema, November 14 - 15 at the Vogue Theatre.

Reviews From The Hong Kong Cinema Film Festival

Posted November 14, 2014 by

The “Hong Kong Cinema” film festival, which runs at the Vogue Theatre this weekend, is two things to local moviegoers.  First, it’s the next event in the San Francisco Film Society’s Fall Festival season. Second, like its earlier iterations, the
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Charles Unger’s “Around the World”

Posted November 7, 2014 by

San Francisco saxophonist Charles Unger, fresh from a recent tour of Sweden has re-emerged with a new album entitled, “Around the World”. Unger and jazz group, “The Experience”, featuring bassist Ben Luis, drummer Tony Coleman, and keybordist Sue Crossman, will
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Reviews From the 39th American Indian Film Festival

Posted October 31, 2014 by

Myrton Running Wolf’s entertaining and informative short “This Is Not An Indian Problem” demonstrates in a little over eight minutes the continuing relevance of the American Indian Film Festival.  The week-long annual film festival, which starts up this Saturday at
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