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Past articles by Cy:

CAAM Fest Mixes Film, Music and Theater for its 36th Edition

The Center for Asian American Media broadens its film fest to include theater and music . → Read More

David Wiegand, Longtime Co-Host of KQED's The Do List, Dies at 70

Cy Musiker remembers his Do List co-host, David Wiegand of the San Francisco Chronicle, who died Monday at his home. → Read More

The Pride Prom Returns to 924 Gilman

A safe space for LGBTQ teens at the second annual Pride Prom at 924 Gilman. → Read More

Keeping Musical Traditions Alive From Generation to Generation

The Alliance for California Traditional Arts is hosting a demonstration of a wide variety of musical traditions at the Bayview Opera House. → Read More

A Whole World of Books at Berkeley's Bay Area Book Fest

Find an intellectual feast and fun at the Bay Area Book Festival this weekend in Berkeley. → Read More

Meshell Ndegeocello Finds Healing in Her Favorite Songs

Meshell Ndegeocello shares songs that helped her heal after the death of her parents. → Read More

African Diaspora Showcase Features Music from Mali, Ethiopia and Cuba

Meklit, Fatoumata Diawara, and David Sanchez make music of the African Diaspora at SFJAZZ. → Read More

Skating Polly's Family-Friendly Grunge

Skating Polly's ugly pop sounds quite beautiful to us. → Read More

A Black Opera Singer Broadens the Repertory for Art Songs

Tenor Lawrence Brownlee sings a new song cycle he commissioned about Black Lives Matter → Read More

The Cool Electro-Folk of Emily Afton

Emily Afton makes cool electro-pop and deserves to a wider audience → Read More

Luscious Tropical Pop from Hollie Cook

Hollie Cook, the descendant of English punk royalty, makes alluring tropical pop → Read More

Mind Bending Art and Performance at Counterpulse's First Festival

CounterPulse's first festival promises to flex reality and blow your mind → Read More

The Anarchic and Incredibly Prolific Hip Hop of BROCKHAMPTON

Hip hop collective BROCKHAMPTON simultaneously embraces and mocks the conventions of boy bands. → Read More

Garage Rock Band the Coathangers Have Plenty to Be Pissed Off About

The Coathangers are three women garage rock band with songs about stuff that pisses them off → Read More

All Welcome at a Parade of Black Joy in Oakland

A parade celebrating black joy comes to Oakland Feb. 25 as Black History draws to a close → Read More

On the Air: Cy and Matias’ Do List Picks for Feb. 2, 2018

The Do List's Cy Musiker and Cal Performances Director Matias Tarnopolsky talk Bernstein, Glass and more → Read More

An Opera About Bullying Draws Advice from Harriet Tubman’s Spirit

A new opera conjures Harriet Tubman's spirit as a guide for a bullied middle schooler. → Read More

Oakland Museum Gives Hip-Hop the Respect it’s Earned

An Oakland museum exhibit takes a serious look at hip-hop through a Bay Area lens. → Read More

A Black-Girl-Positive ‘Cinderella’

In the African American Shakespeare Company's production, a ball gown is nice, but a modern Cinderella needs to find her inner strength, prince or no prince. → Read More

Songs of Praise and Generosity from a Beloved Bay Area Institution

A triumphant homecoming for the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, just back from an LGBTQ tour of the south. → Read More