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San Francisco Bay Guardian

San Francisco Bay Guardian

The San Francisco Bay Guardian was a free alternative newspaper published weekly in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 1966 by Bruce B. Brugmann and his wife, Jean Dibble. The paper was shut down on October 14, 2014. It was relaunched in February 2016 as an online publication.

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Gnarls Barkley, Jonny Lang, John Legend, Robin Thicke: The Nu Sincerity

Guide by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 12 December 2006

JAMES TAYLOR'S early-'70s status as the king of sensitive male vocalists is mere VH1 countdown fodder now. Yet in 2006, more than a few male ...

Lily Allen, Joss Stone, Amy Winehouse: Digital Venuses: Lily Allen, Joss Stone, Amy Winehouse

Comment by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 8 May 2007

CALL THEM the new British bitch pack: barefoot soul shouter Joss Stone and her ascendant sistren, skankin' Lily Allen and torchy Amy Winehouse (Corinne Bailey ...

Rufus Wainwright: Release the Stars

Review by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 31 July 2007

FULL CIRCLE    ...

Tinariwen: A shot from the Sahel

Comment by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 30 October 2007

MANY MOONS AGO, when I moved as a child to Africa, my mother, my sister, and I resided in the Sahel. ...

Labelle: Back to Now (Verve)

Review by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 29 October 2008

A FEW weekends back, I rose at the crack of dawn to see Allen Toussaint perform at Joe's Pub in Manhattan for the venue's 10th ...

Neil Young: Out of the blue: Neil Young's archives

Essay by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 7 July 2009

THIS IS THE briar patch, the place from which all funky thangs flow. On the anniversary of the death of my Afro-Algonquin Southern (re)belle mother, ...

Jonathan Wilson: Son of the Source

Comment by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 28 October 2009

CALIFORNIA MY WAY: Pacifica in all her roaring glory; 'Bluebird'; Gene Clark suffering for his art at the Troubadour; Arthur Lee perched atop Laurel Canyon ...

Josh T. Pearson: Last of the Country Gentlemen (Mute)

Review by Kandia Crazy Horse, San Francisco Bay Guardian, 15 March 2011

SOME COWBOY angels have been crying into their beer for salvation; meantime, some of us singing cowgirls who are also in struggle push onward to ...

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