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SF Mime Troupe’s ‘American Dream’: Palestine, AI, and those two old white guys

Ever topical, the troupe's annual free park show is one of the liveliest and most realized in years.

‘The Lifespan of a Fact’ finds journalism at a perilous juncture

A fascinating play about fact-checking? Believe it.

Load up the truck with family drama, it’s time to hit ‘Mother Road’

Octavio Solis’ latest at Berkeley Rep puts a racial spin on father-son dynamics and the burden of inheritance.

Under the Stars: Fake Fruit goes clown show, Fresh & Onlys return…

James Devane de-stresses the algorithm, Voluntary Hazing silence notifications, NxWorries team up, more music

A kickass tattoo artist honors her Mescalero Apache roots

'It's in my blood,' says 24th Street Studio's Renette Hammer, who felt destined to open up shop in SF.

On James Devane’s ‘Searching,’ randomized snippets pair for off-kilter grooves

'We have to make music that's weirder going forward,' says software engineer, whose program smashes jams together.

A time-jumping tale of environmental degradation in ‘Garuda’s Wing’

Gripping tale and great ensemble work from Magic Theatre drive home heavy subject without bumper sticker platitudes.

Under the Stars: Juneteenth with Goapele, Porchfest in the Mission, All Day I Dream…

'I Saw the TV Glow' soundtrack, Mulatu Astatke and foamboy live, Bandcamp picks from Fake Fruit and Magic Fig

‘Best Available’: For theater lovers, uncomfortable in all the right ways

Shotgun Players' production wends through the tangle of absurdities of being artistic in a capitalist world.

Beloved artist Laurel Burch honored throughout Haight-Ashbury, including mural recreation

Neighborhood pays homage to woman who got her start hammering out jewelry on the back of frying pan for local street fairs.