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When Hunter Thompson worked for his arch-enemy, the Hearst Corporation

The legendary Gonzo journalist hated the big corporate empire—but spent years working for it. That's a key part of local media history.

With ‘Ticket to Ride,’ Optimist Williams channeled MUNI memories and Frisco legends

The graffiti artist used transfers as a metaphor for a city gone sideways: "Ed Lee was like the pinnacle of destruction here."

At APAture fest, 36 emerging AAPI artists come together to ‘Embrace’

Poetry, dance, film, music, more rekindle much-needed warmth and connection, "made for the community by the community"

Screen Grabs: ‘Dune’ and ‘French Dispatch’ finally arrive. Do they live up to the hype?

At least we get a double dose of Timothée. Plus: The French Have a Name For It, 'No Future,' more new movies

‘It was the same story’: Bay’s iconic industrial art hubs are a dying breed

Filmmaker Yasmin Mawaz-Khan upcoming documentary offers look at one battle lost: the Ace Junkyard's quixotic 2009 fight for survival.

Who we’re stoked to see the most at Outside Lands

Psychedelic surf rock shenanigans, moody Oakland tropicalia, and house music all day long, among other delights.

Welcome to BEST OF THE BAY 2021!

Our 46th annual Readers' Poll winners are here, from Best Burrito and Best Politician to Best Sweets Shop and Best Bike Store.

Under the Stars: Declaime’s ‘Last Stand,’ free 20th Street Block Party, more…

Don't miss dream-poppers Seablite's live return and a free 'dancer appreciation' party at Public Works.

Landlords seek to evict longtime housing activists

Family with many residential properties claims need for an owner move-in; community organizes to fight back.

Plan Bay Area 2050 is a recipe for displacement of vulnerable communities

The document needs major changes if it has any hope of promoting social equity.