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‘Never too late’: Grannies of Grant Avenue Follies dance onto the airwaves

PBS highlights the Chinatown-based cabaret troupe of 11 spirited grandmothers keeping local history alive.

SF could get federal funding for 4,000 affordable housing units—maybe

So far, the Breed Administration has not taken advantage of a program that will close in September

Milli Vanilli’s Fab Morvan opens up about candid new biopic ‘Girl You Know it’s True’

'I can say proudly that love has healed me,' says star who weathered instant fame and disastrous downfall.

For actor John-Andrew Morrison, ‘A Strange Loop’ is a brilliant, emotional rollercoaster

The Tony nominee returns to Michael R. Jackson's lauded play at ACT—and brings a deep connection to his mother.

Screen Grabs: Strap yourself in for a harrowing ‘Civil War’

Plus: 'The Beast,' 'The People's Joker,' 'Arcadian,' 'Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,' more new movies

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Tech baron who said supes should ‘die slow’ wants to disrupt Peskin campaign event

Chinatown leaders fear violence, say intimidation is not acceptable, particularly in the heart of a vulnerable community.

Ranger, activist, housewife, centenarian: ‘Sign My Name to Freedom’ traces an extraordinary life

Betty Reid Soskin's continuing journey is set to music—and portrayed by four actors—at Z Space.

The Yimbys think they rule—but there are some serious signs to the contrary

The case against the case against "The Case Against Yimbyism."

In poignant ‘The Far Country,’ immigrants caught in an endless cycle of abuse

Lloyd Suh's Berkeley Rep premiere shows the racist US system's damaging affects on Chinese workers.