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Sunday, June 26, 2022

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Tagged with: Black Lives Matter

Supes take on police budget

Does SFPD really need $1,100 custom calfskin boots while people are lining up for hours for free food? That's The Agenda for June 28-July 4

In a time of attacks, Frameline46 brings LGBTQ+ curiosity and joy

10 picks, plus our in-depth guide to the huge queer film fest, from International Male flamboyance to butch Georgian drama

Breed and Dorsey won’t march in a Pride without cops? Byeee.

Don't threaten us queens with good time

Fighting dystopia with essential voices: ‘Black Literature vs. The Climate Emergency’

Aya de León brings together writers and activists for a lively online conference that focuses on the possible and combats invisibility

Painter’s ball: Unity-minded Bay Area Mural Project hosts group’s first gala

Celebrating "each-one-teach-one Bay Area flavor" at a sold-out California Ballroom in downtown Oakland.

Get wavey: Casey Gray’s work vibrates with the simple pleasures of being

The skateboarder and new dad's aerosol paintings and wood sculptures help makes sense of everyday overload.

Review: In ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning,’ a long night’s journey into Trumpism

Rightwing narratives spin out of control in a cabin in the woods at SF Playhouse.

22 of our biggest stories in 2021

In a tumultuous year, we covered climate crises, anti-Asian violence, right-wing attacks—and told you where to get Frank Sinatra's favorite cheesecake, too.

How Kristina Wong’s ‘Auntie Sewing Squad’ sewed to the rescue in the pandemic

The comedian's book tells a story of grassroots radical care—and making hundreds of thousands of masks for essential workers

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.