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Greening Bayview, one tree at a time

Friends of the Urban Forest tries slowly to restore an urban canopy in a neighborhood with little greenery.

Dan Hoyle’s ‘Border People’ demonstrates the radical empathy we need right now

The long-running solo show channels 11 folks crossing identity-based and geographic borders, and remains a must-see

Live Shots: Kim Petras danced with the Devil (and a discoball dick) at Bill Graham

The unstoppable star lit up a Halloween crowd, with a performance that pumped some subversion back into pop

Budding again at 30, classic ‘Golden Gate Gardening’ takes on new climate challenges

Updated edition of vegetation sage Pam Peirce's manual adapts to a changing Bay Area with essential tips

Puff: 6 refreshing cannabis mocktail recipes to beat the heat

Raise your glass, it's a stoned summer.

‘The Petal’ explores slippery imagery, through cyanotype and hydrograph

At Et al. etc, Misa Chhan and Lyric Shen' stitched fabric, image transfers, BDSM practices, and dye resists

Connie Champagne roasts some holiday chestnuts in ‘It’s Judy for Xmas!’

The cabaret groundbreaker inhabits iconic chanteuse Judy Garland in all her jingle-jangle glory at Martuni's

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

Review: Visceral silicone and resin expressions pour forth in ‘Gutz’

Local artist Sophronia Cook and Mexican duo ASMA conjure intriguing carnality at Et al.

Don’t be alarmed by Squadda B’s lanky arms

Oakland rapper-producer releases a one-two punch: two smoked-out albums that reflect both sides of the pandemic