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.

Mime Troupe tackles ignorance at its root in 57th season

This year brings new outdoor show 'Schooled' and an expanded brick and mortar space.

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

A roundtable of the recently opened Noman Coffee's employees on the intersection of the service and creative industries in San Francisco

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

With the selection of Dolores Huerta as parade grand marshal, Carnaval continues to reflect its community's priorities

Mr. David gives us definitive SF style

A very rare interview with the drag matriarch and seamstress, in advance of Fri/13's retrospective runway show at the de Young

Slants for all: Museum of Propaganda opens in San Rafael

One couple's collection of biased imagery will be on display as of Sat/7 — use it to reflect on what messages you absorb every day

Your next anxiety attack: rising sea levels

How freaked out should you be, living around the Bay? That's the subject of a panel discussion, Mon/25

Digging deep, empowered by grief

In "Seed Language," 58 young performers explore society's violence against black and brown bodies.

Make America great again

LETTER FROM MEXICO: A heated election season in the United States raises hackles in other American countries, starting with the definition of "America."

“Like watching your parents have sex”

Mexico City's art week 2016 both fascinated and appalled -- but there was genius, and there were tacos.

Mexico City: The fallacy of ‘cheap’

LETTER FROM MEXICO: Before you take the trip down here, we need to talk