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Caitlin Donohue

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Caitlin Donohue grew up in the Sunset and attended Jefferson Elementary School. She writes about weed, sex, perreo, and other methods of dismantling power structures. Her current center of operations is Mexico City.

Crip wisdom, alive and dynamic

ONSTAGE People with chronic pain, differently abled body parts, degenerative diseases comprise an important part of our society -- 19 percent according to one 2010...

For the love of Claude

Who among us native San Franciscans does not remember the Academy of Sciences alligators while growing up? Pressing our faces against the glass pane...

‘Type/Caste’ is a curtain call for theater stereotypes

ONSTAGE I’ve been close to Bay Area actor Rotimi Agbabiaka for years, during which we have spent many moments laughing. There was the time...

Is SF done with Pocha Nostra? (Is Pocha Nostra done with SF?)

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO -- Logistically and philosophically, being a trans-border radical performance art troupe is not simple. The Bay Area-based Pocha Nostra troupe, led...

John Ross book puts the rebel back in reporting

Journalism needs its outward thinkers, the ones willing to put the voices of the powerless over those of the powerful. And nobody did that...

Mime Troupe tackles ignorance at its root in 57th season

ON STAGE San Francisco is a town that has always enjoyed its culture served with a heavy dose of social critique. That may be why...

Mid-shift epiphanies: Baristas on working in art and coffee

Noman Coffee recently opened up in a shipping container on Duboce Street, proudly broadcasting the fact that its worker-owners were members of the SF...

SF Carnaval: How it began and what it looks like 37 years later

Carnaval in the Mission is next weekend (May 28-29). The yearly parade and street festival has been around long enough that it's become an institution to...

Mr. David gives us definitive SF style

Mr. David, also known as Glamamore, is widely honored as the drag matriarch of San Francisco. That title is a big deal in a performance...

Slants for all: Museum of Propaganda opens in San Rafael

There is nothing more unpleasant than a United States election year. Half the fatigue has to be attributable to the fact that every time you...