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Screen Grabs: Hump! Festival, Eisenstein, Bloody Moon …

The Final Year, The Road Movie, Memories of Underdevelopment, and more amateur and professional thrills in cinemas this week.

‘Women in Jazz’ bookends Women’s March with musical solidarity

Concert organizer Caroline Chung speaks about sexism in the local music scene, and her two-night series of live empowerment.

Examined Life: New Year’s resolutions … good practice or delusion?

Money, romance, health. Your life is never going to be perfect. Once you truly understand that, you can finally start enjoying it.

Puff: After legalization – what now?

It's time to celebrate! Roll up some Space Donkey and salute all the California cannabis heroes that helped legal weed come to pass.

Party Radar: Fierce and lovely for MLK Weekend

Martinez Brothers, Lando, Jibbz, Honey Soundsystem, Wetware, 'Resist: The Downward Spiral,' Miss Who Who's Celebration of Life, and more for the long weekend

Screen Grabs: Ida Lupino, Intent to Destroy, Stars Never Die….

Birdboy: The Forgotten Children, a twisted 1988 horror classic, and a slew of post-holiday releases come to local cinemas this week.

Bringing up daddy – and local nightlife history – in ‘Latin Standards’

Comedian Marga Gomez's new show tells the story of her Cuban entertainer father, and legendary SF venues wiped out by gentrification.

Ficks’ Picks: Favorite movies of 2017

Thirty-plus awesome cinematic moments, from 'Twin Peaks: The Return' to 'Blade of the Immortals' and 'The Florida Project'

Arts Forecast: Bowie Wowie Zowies!

A plethora of Starman birthday tributes. Plus: SF Tape Music Festival, Brilliant Dilettantes, Long Beach Dub Allstars, a Stephen Parr memorial, more.

Screen Grabs: The Green Fog, Quest, Hostiles, Happy End …

The story of the downtown NYC underground, a classic goofy horror film, Sundance short films, and more in cinemas this week.

FRESH Festival, bigger than ever, electrifies January

Three solid weeks of experimental dance, performance, music, and more combat the toxicity of our times with communal art and new ideas.

Doormat Division: 0-16! Browns wind the moldy carpet!

Bill make playoffs after 17-year wait; half the league fired

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