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Open, divine portal: Dark Entries label launches record store in Tenderloin

Josh Cheon's acclaimed outfit specializes in dark and synth-y sounds; now it's got an IRL outpost in the TL

Screen Grabs: A great artist takes the opioid-peddling Sackler Family to task

Plus: Ukrainian benefit at Other Cinema, left-field twists in 'Nr. 10,' an aspirational Indian rapper goes bad in 'Four Samosas.'

Arts Forecast: Ain’t Too Proud, Drag Queens on Ice, Widow Norton’s 100th…

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

Live Shots: New Order, Pet Shop Boys brought it all back at Chase Center

The two '80s synth-pop behemoths dug deep into their catalogues, and didn't stint on the dramatic visuals

Arts Forecast: 6 quick Litquake picks, Kafana Balkan returns, Día at SOMArts…

Fre!heit, Hard French, Park Jiha, New Black Vanguard, Iceage meets Earth, more great things to do this week

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

The radical drag queen at the heart of nightlife harm reduction

Punk rock party princess Kochina Rude on her mission to educate about safer drug use—and why it's deeply personal

Dudes of “Dynasty” dish!

Stars of the most over-the-top 1980s TV show are coming to town. Here's pre-gig gossip—from both sides of the closet door.

Sleepwalking toward Covid disaster

In the interest of returning to 'normal,' the US is ignoring the crisis of Long Covid

Fetish fair plans for monkeypox safety as thousands of attendees come to SF

The huge Up Your Alley fair takes place on Sunday. Here's how organizers are handling the public health issue