This Week in Photos

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The elections may be over, but the news never stops. This week, the Express covered everything from the finest grimy garage rock to the best pupusas in the East Bay, plus the scrappy new stars of public radio.

Beekeepers played a careening, fitful set at Thee Parkside. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Beekeepers played a careening, fitful set at Thee Parkside.
Although the band wore uniforms to match their name, each member was uniquely frantic, adding to the teeming sound of the swarm. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Although the band wore uniforms to match their name, each member was uniquely frantic, adding to the teeming sound of the swarm.
Without shape, it would've been exhausting, but the busy, athletic grooves of the drummer lent every song unique propulsion. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Without shape, it would've been exhausting, but the busy, athletic grooves of the drummer lent every song unique propulsion.
Local rock trio Scraper is reliably raucous. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Local rock trio Scraper is reliably raucous.
Their energetic set proved that guitar rock and its enthusiasts persevere in the Bay Area. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Their energetic set proved that guitar rock and its enthusiasts persevere in the Bay Area.
From her restaurant in the back of an unassuming deli in a residential neighborhood in Richmond, Norma Muñoz serves up some of the best Salvadorian and Mexican food in the East Bay. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • From her restaurant in the back of an unassuming deli in a residential neighborhood in Richmond, Norma Muñoz serves up some of the best Salvadorian and Mexican food in the East Bay.
Muñoz chops up and grills her inspired take on al pastor to order. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Muñoz chops up and grills her inspired take on al pastor to order.
Norma Meat & Deli serves an impressively large menu. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Norma Meat & Deli serves an impressively large menu.
Muñoz is a native of Ahuachapán, El Salvador, but when she first moved to the Bay Area in the mid-1980s, she bluffed her way into a job rolling burritos. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Muñoz is a native of Ahuachapán, El Salvador, but when she first moved to the Bay Area in the mid-1980s, she bluffed her way into a job rolling burritos.
The tacos are so good, you'll want to eat them right away. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • The tacos are so good, you'll want to eat them right away.
Roman Mars of 99% Invisible. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • Roman Mars of 99% Invisible.

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