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Screen Grabs: Strap yourself in for a harrowing ‘Civil War’

Plus: 'The Beast,' 'The People's Joker,' 'Arcadian,' 'Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,' more new movies

Under the Stars: Forget Macy’s—look to our musical ecosystem for SF’s revival

When I attended Sweater Funk, the iconic San Francisco night that celebrates boogie, two-step, and modern funk—strictly on vinyl, mind you—on March 2, it...

Screen Grabs: High-tail it to ‘Hundreds of Beavers’

Hilarious and chewy. Plus: Jewish Film Institute Winterfest animates Ann Frank, James Baldwin scathes US

Artists alter, deface their own work at YBCA to protest Gaza silence and decry censorship

'Love Letter to Gaza' action calls out institution for not speaking up and allegedly muzzling artists.

Event shows widespread political support for Prop. A, affordable housing bond

Lively kickoff focuses on unity; turnout will be key, and Breed's right-wing measures aren't helping.

The Chron, voting rights, and district elections

If the state Legislature starts to see district elections of local legislators as a Nimby problem, the oligarchs in SF will rejoice.

Huge crowd shows up to support Preston-Ronen resolution on Gaza ceasefire

More than 2,000 descend on City Hall to pressure Biden Administration to push for an end to the killing.

The local record and legacy of Dianne Feinstein

Let's celebrate her accomplishments. But there's another story that needs to be told. I was there.

Lies, damn lies, and the new ‘report’ on San Francisco government

Ignore the realities of SF politics. Ignore a wide-ranging corruption scandal. Just go after district elections. That's what the Rose Institute, funded by Michael Moritz, is doing.

Still Pleasure Victims: Berlin swings into the Bay to take our breath away

David Diamond of the '80s favorites on touring with Boy George, crushing on Tom Cruise, and retooling their biggest hit