Joshua Rotter

SF punk band Crime captured at prime in new movie

Doc tells story of pioneering band known for wearing police uniforms

Flea faces father complex in new memoir

‘Acid for the Children’ details Red Hot Chili Peppers’ star’s parent issues

Rhyming John Lithgow takes on Trump

Author-illustrator’s new satire is ‘Dumpty’

‘Good Doctor’s’ Antonia Thomas touts show’s diversity

Actress visits SF support women of color on TV, in business

1015 Folsom looks forward on 30th anniversary

Australia’s Dom Dolla cites influences from SF producers

Mike Love remembers George Harrison

Beach Boys, Beatles were ‘mutual admiration society’

Musical Youth founder tells true story of ‘Pass the Dutchie’

Chart-topping tune is really about a cooking pot

Lumineers, Still Woozy ready for 12th Outside Lands

Musicians gladly support each other in star-studded setting

Chick Corea calls music an antidote to world’s ills

Jazz pianist gathers multicultural band for new recording

Kin Folkz advocates for gender nonconforming community

East Bay activist appears in YouTube doc ‘State of Pride’

SF Gay Men’s Chorus spreads message down South

Groundbreaking group continues human rights’ struggle

Leon joins diverse cast of ‘A Luv Tale’

Web series a centerpiece program of Frameline43