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Madonna bong, individualist protest signs offer sly balance at pt. 2 Gallery

John De Fazio and Cliff Hengst create glimmering look at queer histories and identities.

Now the anti-vaxxers are resurrecting AIDS denialist lunacy

Far-right Robert F. Kennedy Jr. fans might want to be careful about clinging to nonsense that got its adherents killed.

Best of the Bay Editors’ Pick: Stage Werx

A mighty little venue that embodies the spirit of independent theater in the Bay Area

In ‘Crushing Wheelchairs,’ stinging tales of being unhoused, by the unhoused

Theatre of the POOR's production builds a sense of community while calling out 'the violence of looking away.'

Our top stories of 2022

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Million Minion Rave, A Cure Christmas, Castro Art Market, Dance Vision, and more events of the week

Godot, with laughter: Bill Irwin’s ‘On Beckett’ underlines the playwright’s humor, humanity

At ACT, the Tony-winning clown brilliantly demonstrates his lasting obsession with the imposing Irish genius

The real world vs. ‘The Real Sappho’

Forced online as Cutting Ball valiantly grapples with the pandemic, Aimee Suzara's new play deserves a full production

Breed’s School Board members are going backward on Lowell admissions

The debate on standardized tests is over in most of the country—except apparently in San Francisco

Pam and Judd of ‘Real World SF’ remember LGBTQ trailblazer Pedro Zamora

In 'Keep the Cameras Rolling: The Pedro Zamora Way' the iconic series' duo share why the HIV-positive hero mattered.