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Talking Pictures: Grotesquely Awesome

Called the most frightening movie to hit theaters in years, Hereditary, from first-time director Ari Aster, has not only thrilled film critics and unsettled...

This Week in the Pacific Sun

In our cover story this week, James Knight gets busy and reports a fascinating story on beavers. Turns out letting them do their thing...

Film: Lizard Kings

Jeff Goldblum has the best job in the world. One of the better facets of J. A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is his...

Music: Rock the Fourth

If nothing else, the Fourth of July is one of the loudest holidays of the year, with booming fireworks commemorating America’s birthday everywhere you...

Stage: Bill’s Will

If the night is warm, and the cast and play are strong, attending a summer Marin Shakespeare Company production “under the stars” in Dominican...

Film: Incredible, Again

In a beginning as splashy as most finales, director-writer Brad Bird’s Incredibles 2 picks up right where its predecessor ended. The mole-man, Underminer, escapes...

Music: Art Rock

Live music makes people do all sorts of things. Some folks are compelled to dance, some can’t resist singing along and some feel the...

Stage: Black and White

‘Everyone’s a little bit racist” sing the puppets in the musical Avenue Q. Playwright Greg Kalleres takes that thought and runs with it in...

Film: Valley of the Dulls

High-tech CEO Neal Kumar (Alyy Khan) is unveiling a new program called Augur, that predicts the future behavior of people based on their past....

Music: The Voice

Just when Bernie Dalton was ready to sing, his voice was taken from him.Dalton, a surf-crazed Santa Cruz native and single father who cleaned...