Arts & Entertainment

Breaking Away

The millions who watched El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie when it premiered on Netflix on Oct. 11 had a strange experience; they learned...

Outstanding Achievement

If you live in Mill Valley, there’s a good chance your neighbor is an artist. In fact, the town is teeming with creative people,...

Growing Together

Born in the South Bay to Indian immigrants, Dr. Rupa Marya’s childhood included experiences living in France and India. Now based in the East...

Past & Present Tense

Few plays explore Native American history or the modern-day social and political issues that continue to challenge that community. Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Sovereignty, running...

Chuckleburg

Do a film autopsy on Todd Phillips’ Joker, and you might find most of the DNA stems from two Martin Scorsese films, Taxi Driver...

Cult Status

He isn’t a household name in the North Bay, but Tokyo-native Shintaro Sakamoto enjoys bonafide cult-hero status in his native Japan, where he rides...

Appetite for Horrors

When Little Shop of Horrors opened in New York in 1982, it was in a small, 98-seat Off-Off-Broadway theatre. Its success led to its...

The Thing Emerges

I might never have been born if it weren’t for one of my favorite films. Let me explain.My parents worked together in SF for...

A Day in the Valley

Mill Valley, nestled at the base of Mt. Tamalpais, exudes charm with its natural surroundings, quaint local businesses and eclectic arts scene. Incorporated in...

Under the Lights

As the actor and singer Judy Garland, Renee Zellwegger is held in tight closeup: a bundle of nerves dosing herself with pills, mouth crooked...