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California could vastly expand affordable broadband — if the Legislature acts now

Gov. Newsom has asked for money for expanding accessible Internet service all over the state. The Legislature is stalling.

Jazz star Jaimie Branch’s ‘FLY or DIE LIVE’ a timely reminder of resistance

Klezmer upswings, bluesy testimonials, and bombastic electronic warmth define the firebrand's latest album.

Arts Forecast: Walk gently into reopening with Kronos Festival and Pop-Up Mag

SOUNDWALK and 'The Sidewalk Issue' get you outside. Plus: Performing Diaspora, Flor Y Canto fest, Out of Site, more

A new gallery uplifts contemporary Asian art to counter misconceptions

Curator Abby Chen on how the Asian Art Museum's Hambrecht Contemporary Gallery connects antiquities to urgent current concerns.

Giants honor Tom Ammiano as Honey Mahogany sings the national anthem

Plus: Hearings start on Breed's budget -- and why is the mayor making a controversy out of parklets when everyone pretty much agrees? That's The Agenda for June 6-13

The view from behind the wheel: How Muni drivers have handled COVID

A labor shortage, passengers who refuse to wear masks ... the people who carry essential workers to work have been on the front lines.

From refuse, artist Kloe Chan creates emotional refuge

Physical space and community play an important role in hand-crafted works like 'I Will Knit Us a Sanctuary'

The COVID pandemic is far from over in California workplaces

Foster Farms case is just one example of how workers are still getting sick -- and in some cases, dying.

SF Jazz Fest lifts off with guiding spirit Thelonious Monk

Online 38th annual cornucopia of sounds features rarely seen 1985 documentary of the master, who's been having a moment

Screen Grabs: An unlikely hero stands up to massive redevelopment in ‘Dead Pigs’

Plus: Thrilling sequel 'A Quiet Place 2,' a lost Black intellectual classic from 1982, and a trans romance gem.