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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Tagged with: California

How the state of California is screwing San Francisco on housing

Thanks to Sen. Wiener and our own delegation, San Francisco may be in serious trouble in four years—and it won't be the city's fault.

Momentary mysticism and familial faith drive muralist and sculptor Liz Hernández

This year, the accomplished creative's goal is to stay true.

The future of the Castro Theater, and its role in the LGBTQ community, now at City Hall

Historic Preservation Commission will consider whether the legendary venue can become a concert nightclub.

Good Taste: Surveying SF’s Japanese sandos

Fried, boiled, curried, or gilded—these are the city's interpretations of the prized sandwich style worth sharing.

SF could lead the way on public power for California

Lafco hearing sets the stage for a new effort to replace private utilities, in the city and statewide.

‘No Straight Lines’ told the hidden history of queer comics—now it’s a movie

A doc of Justin Hall's groundbreaking book, which took LGBTQ cartoonists seriously, is coming to PBS

Good Taste: Broad Street Oyster Co. aims to make a splash

With a Ghirardelli Square location opening this year, a SoCal seafood star takes the Bay Area plunge

Arts Forecast: Ashkenaz hits 50, celebrate MLK, Soundbox returns, more

Lollygaggers last show, Black Techno Matters, Sholeh Asgary, Polyglamorous, so much more to do this weekend

Good taste: Where to sharpen your culinary skills (online and IRL)

Seven local spots to sharpen your knife skills, pick up cooking techniques, and learn new dishes

Under the Stars: Synth wiz Franck Martin brings the Modular California Vibes

Plus: Is BORED GOAT the Bay's hottest B2B? And a nerdy-cool San Jose posse brings the ska.