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Arts Forecast: Kronos Fest marks a half-century of musical astonishments

Plus: Pre-Pride shenanigans, Stern Grove, Flor Y Canto, Black Techno Matters, Team Dresch, Witchcrafting, so much to do!

Zanele Mulholi pictures queer South Africa in all its joy and tragedy

The photographer's bold show at SFMOMA turns their camera toward LGTBQ+ friends and community members.

Author Oren Kroll-Zeldin on Israel, Palestine, social justice—and the next generation of Jewish Americans

USF professor talks about new book 'Unsettled,' and the concept of co-resistance for a shared future.

The big billionaire-backed mayoral debate is becoming the Losers Show

Breed won't go. Peskin won't go. Lurie might not go. Here's what that means for the mayor's race.

Supes rent-relief program saved 20,000 people from eviction during the pandemic

New city report shows how taxing the rich to help low-income renters is highly effective.

102-year-old heroine Betty Reid Soskin’s journey premieres on Bay Area stage

Writings and songs by the nation's oldest park ranger and longtime activist form base of 'Sign My Name To Freedom.'

Opinion: San Franciscans know a lot about tech. That’s why they should vote No on E

Everything new is not good—and we can't trust SFPD with uncontrolled surveillance

Screen Grabs: Hail international film, including African, Palestinian rarities

Plus: Homage to Italian soundtrack champ Ennio Morricone and Edward Yang's 'Taipei Stories'.

‘Cross Currents’ brings Black and Asian heritage together through striking art

Curators Larry Ossei-Mensah and Micki Meng assemble a cross-cultural show for 'this very fragile, questionable time'

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.