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Gabe Meline

KQED Public Media

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Gabe:

The Geary Theater Has a New Name: The Toni Rembe Theater

The renaming of the 112-year-old theater comes after a $35 million gift to American Conservatory Theater. → Read More

REVIEW: ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ Soars With John Adams’ Tense Delights at SF Opera

In a world premiere at SF Opera, Adams' new opera emphasizes the story's political overtones. → Read More

The Luniz and 3X Krazy Reunite to Celebrate Soul Beat, the First Black-Owned TV Network

Soul Beat Day brings a throwback lineup to the New Parish in Oakland on July 30. → Read More

50 Years Later, 'Jesus Christ Superstar' Has an Awkward Resurrection

A 50-year-anniversary production adds superficial upgrades but no modern relevance to the 1971 hit show. → Read More

Steve 'Zumbi' Gaines, Prolific Bay Area MC from Zion I, Dies at Age 49

The well-loved rapper died Friday morning, leaving behind a huge catalog of Bay Area hip-hop. → Read More

Juneteenth Events: Your Bay Area Guide to Celebrating the Holiday

Juneteenth, now a federal holiday, is celebrated in various events around the Bay Area. → Read More

Stern Grove Lineup 2021: Too Short, Thundercat, Perfume Genius, Thievery Corporation, Joan Jett, More

The beloved free outdoor concert series in San Francisco returns—with a few small changes. → Read More

What's Reopened in the Bay Area? Your Updated Guide to Movies, Art, Music and More

See our updated list of the Bay Area's reopened arts, events and cultural experiences. → Read More

Outside Lands Daily Lineups Announced; Single-Day Tickets on Sale Thursday

The lineups for Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the returning festival have been announced. → Read More

Pass the Aux: New Tracks by Kiyomi, Beeda Weeda, Tyler Holmes, Kelly McFarling and More

This week we’re playing fun-loving R&B, 2000s throwbacks and an homage to a beloved trans icon. → Read More

Pass the Aux: New Tracks by MaJo, Nenci, Jwalt, Avi Vinocur and Zyah Belle

This week we're playing an anthem for missing friends, a tender love song, sexy, queer R&B and more. → Read More

The Giant Coca-Cola Sign is Getting Torn Down

The twinkling billboard that towered over San Francisco's SOMA district for 83 years will be removed permanently. → Read More

People are Surfing Under Smoky Orange Skies in San Francisco

Undeterred by the dark orange skies, a group of surfers hit the waves at Ocean Beach on Wednesday. → Read More

The Death of the Post Office? There’s a Movie About That.

‘Colewell’ provides a stark, emotional portrait of what happens when the post office disappears. → Read More

How to Celebrate Juneteenth in the Bay Area—at Home or Outside

A roundup of events both online and IRL to celebrate the day marking the official end of slavery. → Read More

Hooray, You Can Go to the Movies Again—at a Drive-In Theater

Drive-in theaters have reopened in San Jose and Concord, showing double features on the big screen. → Read More

Some Good News: Ruth Asawa Stamps are Coming

The stamps, showcasing Asawa's wire sculptures, will be available sometime in 2020. → Read More

Coachella to be Postponed (Not Canceled) Due to Coronavirus, According to Reports

The festival will move to two weekends in October, sources say. → Read More

Is Coachella Next? Canceled Ultra Festival, SXSW Has Fans Worried About Coronavirus

All eyes are on Indio as Coachella fans make plans for a potentially canceled festival and changes in airline travel. → Read More

Watch Maya Angelou Reciting Countee Cullen's Poem 'Heritage'

The clip comes from a 10-part series that Angelou wrote and produced for KQED in 1968. → Read More