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Tagged with: Comics

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

How to tell a joke in Palestine: Arab American Comedy Fest brings essential connection

Co-founders Maysoon Zayid and Dean Obeidallah talk about 20 years of using laughs to transcend hatred.

Live Shots: The 48 Hills 10th Anniversary Gala went off, and you can still support us!

Best of the Bay winners, local politicos, and independent media supporters filled Bssap Baobab October 26. Check out the pics!

Chuck Sperry screenprints rock history and the fight for equal rights, one poster at a time

A counterculture constant, from his work with Artist Television Access to Studio 4 and Bill Graham Presents

Arts Forecast: Shipyard Open Studios, MTT returns, re-queering the Mission…

Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Chloe Sherman's '90s dyke scene photos, 500+ shadow puppets, more to do

In Justin Yoon’s art, melancholy queer nostalgia sports gleaming blue pecs

A world where martinis, romance, and cigarettes in the movie theater rule.

Ana Jotta’s ‘Never the Less’: Drawing in many senses of the word

At Wattis, the longtime Portuguese artist's first US show is an exhilarating peek into her work, rife with references and wordplay

Best of the Bay 2023: Shopping Winners

READERS' POLL: Best Bookstore, Best Bike Shop, Best Store Staff, Best Cannabis Dispensary, Best Shoe Store, more

We’re reopening the Stud—here’s why it matters

Amid the global backlash to LGBTQ rights, one of SF's oldest queer bars returns as a beacon of safety and love

‘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