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So what's up with Hillsong Church anyway? [Read More]
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The two main characters' radically different journeys navigating their hipster-fying city illuminate great truths about race in Oakland—and other cities in America where homeless encampments... [Read More]
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A welcome and long overdue retrospective of the late artist situates Hujar and his singular work in the creative milieu that left him behind four... [Read More]
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The Mission District institution is known for delicious food and refreshing margaritas, but it's also carved out a supportive space for local Latinx artists to... [Read More]
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Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal's buddy comedy smartly tackles race, class and gentrification. [Read More]
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At the annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, features and documentaries examine the complexities of "home" through ancestors, tradition, foundation and security. [Read More]
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'Her Mouth As Souvenir' is a study of distraction, mediated reality and our efforts to avoid reflection by filling our time with activity. [Read More]
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Marcela Paro Ariza portraits of queer performers and Farah Al Qasimi's images of Arab life form an unlikely but well-matched two-person show. [Read More]
Former President Barack Obama released an Africa-themed summer reading list ahead of his trip to Kenya and South Africa. [Read More]
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A new performance of the play revisits the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans by the Roosevelt Administration with Executive Order 9066. [Read More]
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London Breed made history in San Francisco when she was sworn in as the first female African-American mayor on Wednesday. [Read More]
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Suspect posing as a ride-hailing app driver would stalk women who were waiting for cars they'd hailed late at night near bars in San Francisco,... [Read More]
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Boots Riley, front man of the politically radical hip-hop group, "The Coup", takes us on a drive through Oakland, and reflects on his music, his... [Read More]
Six months after her son, Mario Woods, was killed by San Francisco Police, Gwen Woods visits his grave and the site of the shooting, and... [Read More]
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Marjorie Schreiber Lear discovered Roald Dahl's book when she was in third grade and she's never been the same. [Read More]
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All the field's a stage! An arts critic on World Cup soccer, its fans, and high-stakes public performance. [Read More]
Around 200 faculty and staff will lose their jobs in December owing to the closure of The Art Institute of California-San Francisco, and the Alameda... [Read More]
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Her debut album, 'Disambiguation,' suggests shadowy spaces of secret knowledge brought into the light—a kind of living catalog of sound filtered through an artist's particular... [Read More]
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Stiller's band, Capital Punishment, also features a member of Arizona's Supreme Court. No, really. [Read More]
Stiller's band, Capital Punishment, also features a member of Arizona's Supreme Court. No, really. [Read More]
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