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Screen Grabs: How ‘Fiddler’ leapt from roof to big screen

Plus: A brand new 'Firestarter,' eye-opening 'Castro's Spies,' a special appearance 'Sleepaway Camp,' more movies

Boudin recall ad features paid staffers and a scandal-plagued former DA

Why don't the local media, so happy to attack the DA, fact-check an ad that is blatantly false and kind of ridiculous?

When Hunter Thompson worked for his arch-enemy, the Hearst Corporation

The legendary Gonzo journalist hated the big corporate empire—but spent years working for it. That's a key part of local media history.

Why no COVID vaccine requirements for Giants fans?

Concession staffers have to get the shot—but people cheering and shouting in a packed stadium can threaten the workers and themselves.

Under the Stars: St. Vincent, Thao, Eris Drew, more musical highlights

A funky new release from KAAM and Andy Schauf's live show are among this week's releases and appearances.

A farewell to SF Weekly

Editing San Francisco's last alt-weekly paper was probably the most fun I will ever have in my life.

Will Mayor Breed declare a state of emergency on drug-overdose deaths?

Activists, supervisors, DA all say it's time to defy the state and feds and set up city-backed safe-injection sites.

OPINION: Ending car-free Great Highway is a mistake, especially now

Curtailing a beloved open space as Delta rages on is terrible timing and a community detriment.

Irony and casual corruption in the latest on the City Hall scandals

The rules don't apply to the 'city family'—and that's infuriating at a time when we need people to believe in government.

After more than a century, PG&E is finally on the ropes in San Francisco

The city's moving to establish a public-power system—but we should also talk about accountability for the politicians and media that enabled an illegal monopoly for so long.