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Tagged with: Comedy

‘My Parents Came to America’ mines first-generation frustrations for welcome laughs

Killing My Lobster's new show navigates the people who know how to pronounce 'Schwarzenegger'—but not their friend's name.

Screen Grabs: Septuagenarians run wild—Cronenberg and Davies are back

Plus: Vivid teen-led 'A Chiara,' terrifically enjoyable 'Roundup,' three outrageous indies, more new movies

Good Taste: The best Bay Area Restaurant Week deals

The next few weeks bring high-value specials to San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, and Alameda.

Screen Grabs: ‘Noir City’ tackles still-relevant issues in black and white

Racial strife to potential pandemic, the fest's 19th edition resonates. Plus: Seven Samurai, The Batwoman, Stunt Rock, more

From Cheech & Chong to Asian AF, your SF Sketchfest hit list

Our top picks to catch at the city's world-class comedy festival, celebrating 20 years of hilarity.

Merry mess: Our guide to local holiday happenings

December outings for you and crew—including transcendent holiday ballet, tinsel-topped drag queens, and ugly sweater bar crawls.

Arts Forecast: Open Studios 2021, Colson Whitehead, The Residents return…

Plus: Cocteaufest, Leather Walk, Judy Collins, Tea Lautrec opening, and more choice events

Screen Grabs: Queens on parade, from Capote to ‘Jamie’

Plus: SF Short Film Fest, Crossroads Fest, and a very terrible 'Malignant'

Screen Grabs: A visit with the early Stones in ‘Charlie Is My Darling’

Plus: The Murder of Fred Hampton, They Stole the Bomb, Los Ultimos Frikis, and a slew of new horror flicks.

Review: Stories become fables, family becomes home in Bri Williams’ ‘Playbill’

At Et al, the artist uses sound, soap, wax, and resin to express a full spectrum of personal history.