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How Sally Mango’s ‘Pressure Slide’ helped me cope with ecological collapse

Six-piece band's sparkling grooves aided one writer in evading despair during recent storms.

As the rich party in Davos, a new study shows the importance of a global wealth tax

This needs to be on the agenda of political leaders at every level, from Congress to the SF Board of Supes.

Finding nature’s pitch in the macrocosms of Carrie Lederer

The Oakland artist went from a curatorial career to creating her own mycorrhizal murals.

LA punks OFF! still go hard, fast, and long

Singer Keith Morris talks about the hardcore band's origin, its 'jazzbo drummer,' chemtrails, conspiracies, and 'Free LSD'

Santa Claws: Killing My Lobster’s ‘A Very Special Holiday Special’ is merry and bright

The lauded sketch comedy troupe knows just how to mine seasonal frustration for laughs and pathos

There’s only one way to get the money to save the Bay Area from transit and housing chaos

So why is nobody talking about the $14 trillion in tech wealth?

The big (and sometimes pretty strange) money trying to buy Tuesday’s elections

The big money coming into the SF elections is, as usual, a tangled web, with state and local committees funded by Big Tech and...

Can we still say fuck ’em if they can’t take a joke?

The Supreme Court could consider whether parody is protected speech. The Onion makes the point, quoting a Bay Guardian case. It's a serious issue.

Party Radar: As You Like It returns, The Foundry reboots, Andy Tonken tribute, more

Direct to Earth with SPFDJ, Sunset Picnic, Prince Wolf fundraiser, Carl Craig, Quiche, Castro Street Fair ... it's fall party time

Arts Forecast: EXIT Theatre is closing its doors, but it’s far from defeated

Plus: Spend your September outdoors, psychedelic circus—and many more arts and culture events for your week.