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At Mission bookstore Medicine for Nightmares, the remedy for struggle is familia

'A lotus blossoming in mud': Rare POC-owned bookstore rows against the tides of late capitalism with poetry, music, art

A weaving of worlds: Miguel Arzabe explores ch’ixi

Everyday Bolivian textiles and harvest moon ritual inspire the Oakland artist.

Arts Forecast: Choose your own adventure in a city full of wonders

Lila Downs, Front Line Assembly, Kronos Quartet, Rob Reger, Chinese Pioneers, Punk in the 'Loin, more terrific doings this week

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this weekend

Fefu, Noodlefest, Ube Fest, Indie Bookstore Day, Shipyard Open Studios, more to get you safely out of the house.

Screen Grabs: From silents to Noise Pop, setting old scores and new

Hendrix in Maui, Chaplin at the Paramount, Aelita the Queen of Mars, Gwar, and more movies mix with music.

Screen Grabs: Looking back at Chaplin—and ahead to International Oscar noms

New biopic digs in. Plus: Slovenia's sweet 'Sanremo,' Chile's chilling 'White on White,' Japan's 'Drive My Car'—and 'Afrofuturistik' hits big screens

‘Dear San Francisco’: breath-taking style with little City substance

‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ successor is an exhilarating 'high-flying love story'—but of what, exactly?

Arts Forecast: More Open Studios, Simpsons trivia, saving Grubstake…

Plus: A tribute parade for poet Jack Hirschman, Castro Street Fair, Black Cowboys, GayC/DC, more

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.

Review: Austin Thomas’ ‘Metropolis’ plays singular songs of the city

At Municipal Bonds, the New York artist shows works conjuring both the frenzy and quietude of urban life