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Lorraine Hansberry Theatre stages Black women’s healing with joyful jeté

Artistic director Margo Hall celebrates company's mentorship opportunities and high-spirited holiday production 'Soulful Christmas.'

Come hang (art): 800-plus artists welcome you to 49th Open Studios

ArtSpan's annual event has emerged from the cave-like years of the pandemic as a vibrant, sparkling beast of creativity

Portola Fest 2023: What worked (and didn’t) in year two of the dance music massive

Underworld rocked, Skrillex blasted, Nelly Furtado delighted, Black excellence reigned—but still a few kinks in the giant event

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.

School Board to discuss possible school closures at critical budget meeting

Some board members say state is forcing the issue, alternatives exist, and closures should be 'the last option.' That's The Agenda for Aug. 28-Sept 3.

Shipwrecks and scurvy: ‘The Wager’ reveals human frailty beneath European colonialism

Novelist David Grann's tale of 18th-century maritime disaster adds to his record of relentless truth-telling, rats and all

Lots of housing laws. Not much housing

Hearing, data show how the state's 'streamlining' supply-side approach is failing.

A trans immigrant fleeing persecution tries to get asylum—and just get by—in SF. It’s not easy

Millions face pervasive discrimination and unjustifiable violence at home. Some come here seeking asylum in the true sense of the word. This is one story

A Tony Bennett Sunday kind of love

His timeless voiced filled my childhood home on California Street, articulating what it meant to be human

Threads vs. Twitter: Look ma, no Nazis (yet)

Instagram’s new app offers a fix for soap opera lovers and the social media-dependent—but watch that privacy