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Screen Grabs: SFFILM Fest unleashes Dizzy Gillespie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, June Squibb

If the truism “less is more” really applies, this just might be a great year for SFFILM (Wed/24 through Sun/28), the storied organization—Oldest Film Festival...

Federal official tells SF to fix ongoing problems at ‘uninhabitable’ Plaza East public housing

After years of organizing alongside their neighbors and demanding the city make the necessary repairs to their homes, Plaza East Apartments residents could finally...

Life burbles with inside jokes in Rebecca Ness’s jumbo paintings

Bookstores, bedrooms, U-Hauls, lesbian bars are loci of human comedy (and tragedy) in 'Portraits of Place.'

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.

Under the Stars: Forget Macy’s—look to our musical ecosystem for SF’s revival

When I attended Sweater Funk, the iconic San Francisco night that celebrates boogie, two-step, and modern funk—strictly on vinyl, mind you—on March 2, it...

Screen Grabs: The revelatory, overwhelming, and a little scary world of Luther Price

Looking back at the filmmaker who freaked everyone out. Plus: an Agnes Varda retrospective and recent Mexican movies

Screen Grabs: Pumping up the heat (and lycra) in ‘Love Lies Bleeding’

Plus: Kitchen sink queer drama in 'Silver Haze,' friendship on the border in 'The Breaking Ice,' more movies

André 3000, Suzanne Ciani, and the evolving creative mind

What happens when an artist swerves? How does a trailblazer stay relevant after 40 years? Two shows raised satisfying answers.

Under the Stars: The Dead shall come to Vegas, riding a 4-D Sphere

Plus: Gift of Gab tribute, 'Jolene' turns 50, Kim Gordon's packing list, Afro-techno from Bucharest, more music news

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.