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As ‘Tales of the City’ winds down (maybe), a hymn to the quintessential SF saga

The author and his heroine have alighted in England, but the heart of the series remains in Baghdad by the Bay.

Mythic TikTok: Ancient heartbreak gets a Gen Z update in ‘Red Red Red’

OTP's staging of poet Anne Carsons retelling of the Greek tale of Geryon nails eternal youthful crushes.

How Irving Penn brought the world to his studio—and vice versa

de Young retrospective teases out sheer range of the photographer's lens.

Tehran-born artist Sameh Khalatbari strings resistance into every work

Deeply felt homages to Iran's Women, Life, Freedom protest movement emanate from her San Ramon studio.

‘Portrait of a Woman’ tells of unlikely champ for 18th century art equality

Bay Area-based author Bridget Quinn explains why she visited one of her subject's paintings 'every day for years.'

A love of baseball doesn’t quite come ‘Out of Left Field’ for this queer youth

Local author Jonah Newman's semi-autobiographical graphic novel tells a tale of self-discovery on the diamond.

Watch: Scott Woods breaks down ‘Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods’ on Music Book Club

The critic and poet's latest book takes a unique look at the Purple One's career and the meaning of his music.

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.

Watch: Hip-hop journalist Soren Baker delves into the story of Juicy J on Music Book Club

The prolific reporter was the first to cover Juicy's legendary outfit Three 6 Mafia on a national scale. Now he tells the rapper's tale

Screen Grabs: Fur flies in wrenching ‘The Fox’ and bizarre ‘Dogman’

Cuddly canines comfort in Franz Streitberger’s World War II drama and kill in Luc Besson's new thriller.