“This is our final chance to get it correct for wild salmon,” proclaims The Wild’s Director Mark Titus. “Bristol Bay is property to the final thoroughly intact self-sustaining salmon ecosystem and culture on our earth.”

Though COVID-19 has created a frightening maelstrom for most Americans, it’s also designed the ideal storm for a Canadian mining company’s quest to permit a mine in a pristine salmon habitat in Alaska. The pandemic has spawned innovation-by-requirement for a documentary film’s rising motion to raise awareness about what could be missing for good if this mine is accepted.

The

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It has develop into the Bay Area’s newest spectator sport.

You have read of “Where’s Waldo?” Now, let us enjoy “Where’s Keanu?”

Keanu Reeves, that is. In latest weeks, the film star — alongside with Carrie-Anne Moss — has been in San Francisco (and vicinity) capturing scenes for the fourth installment in the wildly common “Matrix” franchise. And enthusiasts and curious observers have taken to submitting proof of their shut encounters with Keanu and/or the film crew on social media.

Even regional Television journalists this sort of as NBC11’s Jessica Aguirre and Raj Mathai seem to be caught up in

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“Baba Wain: A Musical Take note in the Vital of Beauty with E. W. Wainwright,” a 30-moment exclusive about the beloved Oakland jazz drummer and teacher, airs a 8 p.m. Friday on KRCB-Television, Channel 22, Cotati-Rohnert Park.

The movie, manufactured by Emmy Award winner Rick Bacigalupi, follows the musician, identified as “Baba Wain” to his learners, through a day of music instruction and counseling at the elementary school wherever he also directs the drum team.

In the documentary, Wainwright also shares his memories of the early days of the civil legal rights motion.

Wainwright’s initially significant tour was as a

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