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Joshua Rotter

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Joshua Rotter is a contributing writer for 48 Hills. He’s also written for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Examiner, SF Chronicle, and CNET.

‘Dogman’ thriller’s stars dish on canine pasts—and strength of human connection

Luc Besson's latest features dozens of live pups, but Caleb Landry Jones and Jojo T. Gibbs were drawn to working with each other.

Sleater-Kinney: ‘We needed to stand up to the moment we were facing’

Latest LP 'Little Rope' tackles personal tragedy, gun violence, climate change, abortion fight using 'melody as hope.'

Dry Cleaning: ‘It’s unusual how democratically we write our songs’

The lauded band on their singular post-punk sound, Duran Duran's buoying advice, and driverless cars in the TL.

Degenerate Art Ensemble processes trauma through Butoh-inspired dance

Company's 'Skeleton Flower' at ODC confronts harsh experience but is also 'wrapped in love.'

Rosebud art gallery blossoms, helping re-queer the TL and Polk Gulch

'Every time the press declares a 'doom loop,' it falls on queers and artists to think outside the box,' say co-founders.

From ‘Drag Race’ to Madonna tour, Bob the Drag Queen rules the world

'San Francisco is incredibly fun, incredibly queer, and so open,' says superstar emcee of 'Celebration Tour.'

Vroom, vroom: ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ stars catch some buzz at Antique Vibrator Museum

Beanie Feldstein, Margaret Qualley, and Geraldine Viswanathan dish on their new lesbian action flick at Good Vibrations.

Sweet Dreams live: Dave Stewart brings ‘Eurythmics Songbook’ to the stage

The iconic guitarist is having a ball reviving his synth-pop-rock duo's beloved catalogue and fiery energy.

How do you spell ‘Real Housewives’ trouble? Two T’s, please.

Fired Bravo stars Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge blaze again with a podcast, live show, and plenty of dish

Sketchfest stars Jennifer Tilly, Matthew Lillard, Jason Narducy, Tim Cappello talk SF love

Backroom leather shenanigans, 'Dating Game' blowouts, Noise Pop affection, more Golden Gate memories