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.

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Eighth annual performance festival deploys 'empathy/destruction' theme to address (and cope with) our current moment.

2016: Some very bright spots

Looking back at people, places, and performances that helped us survive a year of turmoil.

‘I woke up in horror and disbelief’

In Mexico City, citizens from both sides of the border reel from Trump election

Toys for trans men? Angel delivers

Porn hero Buck Angel plunges into trans man sex toy market with 'The Buck Off' -- just in time for the holidays.

The good kind of trashy: Creative reuse center SCRAP turns 40

Looking for materials for that Halloween costume? Thank you stars SF's artistic recycling center is celebrating its fourth decade of creative reuse.

Crip wisdom, alive and dynamic

'Sins Invalid' returns to ODC with a galvanizing new show, celebrating bodies at society's vulnerable intersections.

For the love of Claude

Cal Academy celebrates the albino alligator's 21st birthday with a big bash.

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

Rotimi Agbabiaka's solo show dissects onstage, backstage issues of race and sexuality.

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

Two upcoming performances aside, the world-renowned art troupe isn't quite sure it fits in anymore.

John Ross book puts the rebel back in reporting

A how-to manual for people who want to change the culture of news media