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Good Taste: Pho truffles and lobster white? The Craft Chocolate Experience stunned

Candymakers brought adventurous flavors to international show at the Palace of Fine Arts.

5 very, very last-minute holiday gift ideas that keep it local

Festive cider, a wealth of books and games, art fun, treats for fluffy, and more to get you off the naughty list

SF Opera’s ‘The Elixir of Love’ presents case for resuscitating problematic ‘classics’

'Nice guy' trope and love drugs aside, are you drinking the potion?

Best of the Bay 2023: City Living Winners

READERS' POLL: Best Salon, Best Bike Repair, Best Podcast, Best Hotel, Best Tour, Best Gym, more

Screen Grabs: Sound on film, from Beirut bombings to messages from the dead

Plus: The mystery of Pink Floyd's lysergic genius Syd Barrett, and the pitter-patter of Preston Sturges at BAMPFA

Screen Grabs: 22nd edition of DocFest races to cover world around us

Plus: BAMPFA's homage to the seminal Tom Luddy and a Streisand tribute at the Castro.

Throwing out a rope to creatives: Rainin Fellowship announces 2023 grantees

"I’ll be able to think about what happens when I’m 85."

Groovy gizmos, DIY delights: Exploratorium’s ‘Art of Tinkering’ doles out hands-on kicks

Exhibit shows off works by "master tinkerers"—and provides plenty of chances for visitors to roll up their sleeves.

Allergic to holiday “stuff”? Try our no-thing gift guide

Scintillating artist talks to science museum escapades: sweet gifts for the consumerism-averse.

Still broke and roasted at 40: a lightning round with Broke-Ass Stuart

How many times has this media mogul eaten at French Laundry? We ask the tough questions before his celebrity birthday roast.