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‘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.

COVID safety is a progressive responsibility

Government, media, institutions no longer work to protect us; we need to keep raising our voices and taking action.

Breed ignores community, takes full credit for delay in Safeway closure

Oh, and 40 years ago, Mayor Feinstein vetoed a bill the might have prevented Safeway from just abandoning the Western Addition.

The looks! The drama! The drag! The High Princx Pageant returns

Mastermind Tito Soto of the fierce annual competition spills about the competitors, scene, and state of drag today

Screen Grabs: What did we learn from the fight for the Castro Theatre?

Plus: 1932's 'Vampyr' with live orchestra, 'Parrots of Telegraph Hill' revived, Malaysian playboys, men, mayhem, more

Broadcasting the Summer of Love—and so much more—live from San Francisco

A new book describes the history of the legendary KSAN, a radio station that promoted, and was part of, a cultural revolution.

Party Radar: Pop your cork, sweetie—it’s NYE

Decadent affairs we demand you look into immediately, plus our annual Comedowns Are For Losers NYD party guide.

Lorraine Hansberry Theatre stages Black women’s healing with joyful jeté

Artistic director Margo Hall celebrates company's mentorship opportunities and high-spirited holiday production 'Soulful Christmas.'

Screen Grabs: Men on misguided paths in ‘Manodrome’ and ‘The Mission’

John Chau brings Jesus where no one wants him and Jesse Eisenberg bends to misogynistic fervor in two new movies