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Saturday, February 24, 2024

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Tagged with: COVID

Guess what, kids! Your family is a ‘Cult of Love’

Leslye Headland's new play at Berkeley Rep delves into the multifarious dysfunctions of a Jesus freak clan.

Live Shots: Sting brought the love (and classics) to SF Symphony

'Roxanne,' 'Russians,' 'Every Breath You Take,' and other selections from the singer's long career warmed Davies Symphony Hall

It’s AI versus a good bowl of pho in ‘My Home on the Moon’

Minna Lee's Asian-focused queer sci-fi love story at SF Playhouse plumbs all-too-human depths of the uncanny valley.

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

COVID safety is a progressive responsibility

Government, media, institutions no longer work to protect us; we need to keep raising our voices and taking action.

Don’t mind the AI, ‘Mere Mortals’ is a human triumph

SF Ballet's techno take on the Pandora's box of Artificial Intelligence feels like something completely new

In ‘Match Girrl,’ Dance Brigade lights up a world of inequality

Taking off from Hans Christian Anderson's tale of poverty and abuse, while banging on the McMansion gates

San Jose hardcore legend Eugene Robinson is a Bay institution. A new memoir tells his tale

The journalist and Oxbow singer refuses to hold back.

For composer Gabriel Kahane, PIVOT Festival comes as a gift

'More and more I'm just interested in making music with people I love and want to spend time with," says 2024 curator.

I have long COVID—and Sen. Scott Wiener wouldn’t help

Things are not back to normal. This is a huge crisis. The state needs to step in.