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In poignant ‘The Far Country,’ immigrants caught in an endless cycle of abuse

Lloyd Suh's Berkeley Rep premiere shows the racist US system's damaging affects on Chinese workers.

Why the Wiener housing bills will never work—and could destroy the coast. A detailed primer

An economist explains the reality of the housing market, economic inequality, developer profits, and threats to the environment.

Noise Pop report: Hailu Mergia shot Ethiopian jazz into stratosphere for adoring GAMH crowd

The septuagenarian keyboardist was all but forgotten, driving a DC cab, but he's making up for lost time with fire.

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

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

Reading List: 10 books that recently shook us up

The most unforgettable stories come from disruptive tomes. Featuring: Anne Enright, mimi tempestt, Jesmyn Ward, more.

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.

Screen Grabs: Behind the Haystacks, Under the Fig Trees, and Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell

Mother Nature rules the roost in three international Oscar submissions—and in experimental wonder 'Last Things'

City workers rally against Breed’s budget cuts

Labor unions talk about billions in outside contracts—but the local tax system needs to be on the table, starting now.

Screen Grabs: Reaching for the golden ring with an ‘Iron Claw’

Plus: 'American Fiction' critiques racial conundrums with feeling, 'Menus-Plaisirs' delivers a full plate of gastronomic delight

Big Brotherly love? Finally, a Bay Area premiere for Michael Gene Sullivan’s ‘1984’

(Un)fortunately, this adaptation of Orville's famed surveillance story is evergreen.