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Screen Grabs: Berlin & Beyond &… Milli Vanilli?

The German-language film fest keeps broadening its borders. Plus: Ken Loach's finale 'Old Oak' and 'Dig! XX'

The Great Migration travels beyond South to North in ‘Movement in Every Direction’

A BAMPFA show expands how we think about one of the biggest mass movements in US history.

Try this fudgy, grassy, mouth-numbing cheese—before it’s gone forever

The Bay Area is already unmatched in indie grocery store quality (Bi-Rite, Berkeley Bowl, Rainbow Grocery, Good Life, Other Avenues...), but Gus’s Community Market...

Arts Forecast: The Stud is finally reopening—come get a sneak peek!

Plus: RIP Rumi Missabu, The Blessed Madonna, Dalit Dreamlands, KPFA's 75th anniversary, Drunk Drag, Chocolate Festival, more

The New York Times lauds Garry Tan—and it’s really pathetic

A front-page profile turns San Francisco into a parody and so badly misses the point that it's an embarrassment.

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum returns, just in time for the rise of the machines

Oakland avant-prog outfit's 'of the Last Human Being' employs sledgehammer dulcimers, cartoon xylophones, and 'The Wiggler.'

Sticking to it: The packing tape art of Pablo Manga

A chance encounter with the medium outside a Mexico City metro station changed the Oakland artist's trajectory.

Shotgun’s ‘Midsummer’ misfires with broad caricatures, ‘Family Guy’ gags

The chemistry is good, but director William Hodgson buries Shakespeare's classic in "go big" gestures.

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.'

Good Taste: SF’s beloved Secret Breakfast ice cream is now a weed strain

Cannabis collaboration with Sonoma Hills Farm brings new heights of cool to Humphry Slocombe’s oft-imitated flavor.