Nastia Voynovskaya, KQED Public Media

Nastia Voynovskaya

KQED Public Media

Oakland, CA, United States

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Past articles by Nastia:

60 More San Francisco Artists Receive Guaranteed Income Payments Through YBCA

Galería de la Raza, the Chinese Culture Center and four other organizations selected artists integral to their communities. → Read More

La Doña Serves Dembow With Magic Mushrooms in ‘Penas Con Pan’

In her new music video, the San Francisco singer captivates with a secret potion and hypnotizing voice. → Read More

Remembering Wild Nights at Luka’s, Where Oakland Partied Together

Luka's opened in 2004 and quickly harnessed the young, creative energy exploding in the Town. → Read More

Coming Out Changed Her Life. Now, Lalin St. Juste Is Ready to Sing About It

With her solo work, The Seshen's lead singer processes the beauty and grief of a major life shift. → Read More

IDHAZ Dances Through a Chilling, Desolate San Francisco in 'if i am afraid'

The new video is as unsettling as the textured electronic music on IDHAZ' new album, 'psychic behaviors.' → Read More

Teen Rockers The Linda Lindas’ ‘Racist, Sexist Boy’ Is the Anthem We Needed

The band went viral for their fierce track calling out anti-Asian harassment at school. → Read More

The Exploratorium Gears Up for a July Reopening

San Francisco’s museum of science, art and human perception is getting ready to welcome visitors back after a 15-month closure. → Read More

Starline Social Club Reopening in September, Aiming to Become a Worker-Owned Co-Op

The owners are no longer selling the building, and concerts and dance parties will soon return to the historic ballroom. → Read More

Thao Nguyen’s Next Chapter of Songwriting and Advocacy Arrives in Your Inbox

The leader of Thao and the Get Down Stay Down’s new newsletter dives into her creative process and activism around queer, Vietnamese identity. → Read More

California Reopens in June. When Can We See Live Music Again?

Some live music may return as early as June, but, for most venues, late summer is a more realistic expectation. → 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

Brijean’s New Album Invites Us to Feel Our ‘Feelings’ on the (Living Room) Dance Floor

The disco and jazz fusion duo’s life-affirming rhythms give way to quieter, more intimate moments that reflect how things have changed in the pandemic. → 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

San Francisco’s Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund is Now Official

The new fund could be a lifeline as independent venues await money from the Save Our Stages Act. → Read More

The Election is Over—Here’s How You Can Keep Doing the Work

If the election sparked a passion in you to do something, these social justice organizations need your support. → Read More

How to Stop Doomscrolling—and Start Using the Internet Mindfully

Here’s how to stay informed in a more intentional way and make space for joy and meaningful action. → Read More

Hardly Strictly Gives Over $3 Million to Out-of-Work Musicians, Venues

The bluegrass-and-more festival has helped over a dozen concert halls and hundreds of musicians. → Read More

Where to Find Affordable, Culturally Competent Therapy in Bay Area and Beyond

Affordable therapists, especially those serving communities of color and LGBTQ+ people, can help a world in crisis. → Read More

Drag Performers Could Run Your California Polling Place in November

California is the first state to officially enlist drag queens and kings as election ambassadors and poll workers. → Read More

Punk Fest Burger Boogaloo Postponed to 2021

Bikini Kill, the Circle Jerks, Alice Bag and the rest of the artists are confirmed for the new dates. → Read More