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Finally, public discussion on reparations begins this week at the Board of Supes

Plus: Should remote comment be abolished? And what about planning for flooding? That's The Agenda for Feb. 5-12

‘Defiant Joy’:Three punk cheers for Middle-Aged Queers

Queercore group moshes in with 'Shout at the Hetero' album, Valentine's Gay show, and new generation of fans

God save the film queens at Mostly British Fest

Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Rachel Ward, Charlotte Rampling, Maggie Smith, Mary Quant, more star in latest edition

From ranchos to Disneyland: Four centuries of California cartography

California Historical Society displays remarkable maps that trace colonization, ecological impact, tourism

Win tickets to see reggae greats Big Mountain!

The 'Baby, I Love Your Way' faves come to Sweetwater Music Hall with DJ Sep. Here's how to win tix.

Demolitions and population estimates: We answer your questions

Yes, the city's plans will require bulldozing existing housing. No, the numbers in the Housing Element don't make any sense.

Jam-packed: 10+ live shows and fests to carry you through spring

Sol Blume, Mill Valley Music Festival, Big Joanie, Lalin St Juste, Con Brio, more we're stoked to hear communally

Sketchfest greats: Cheech & Chong take the high road, Bruce Campbell gets roasted

The two stoner comedians celebrated 50 years together, and the beloved B-movie actor brought down the house

Landmarks board punts decision on the future of Castro Theater

After five hours of impassioned testimony, a decision that isn't a decision sends the issue to the Board of Supes.

Screen Grabs: Glimpsing James Baldwin at his peak

Plus: Tremendous drama 'Close,' young French love in 'One Fine Day,' a ghosty 'Civil Dead' friend, more movies

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