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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.

85-minute lipsync becomes theater star’s joy in ‘Dana H.’

Jordan Baker speaks to the rigor involved in portraying the true-life tale of a chaplain counselor's five-month abduction.

For Rinabeth Apostol, acting meets activism in acclaimed ‘Fun Home’

A star of the 42nd Street Moon production delves into its essential representation, as a queer Filipina-American.

Yes, trust science. It’s real. But it’s sometimes more complicated than that

The history of the scientific establishment in the US is full of great advances and abject horror stories.

London Breed’s big COVID failure

She had a chance to show great leadership. Then she lifted the mandates—and increased the risk of more infections.

Review: Despite audience connection, ‘Freestyle Love’ not so ‘Supreme’

The upbeat Lin-Manuel Miranda-founded troupe mixes improv with hip-hop—but where's the beef?

Trailblazing lesbian publisher Kim Corsaro was ‘wondrous, determined’

Remembering the larger-than-life leader of the Bay Times, who radicalized local gay journalism and famously got a police chief fired.

Review: ‘Swept Away’—bluegrass shanties on high seas, until a shocking twist

John Logan and the Avett Brothers' new musical at Berkeley Rep is near-perfection—but maybe should come with a warning.