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Another ridiculous attack on SF progressives, this time by Nellie Bowles and The Atlantic

Excuse me, no: The city has not be destroyed by the left. How many times do we have to explain this?

Passion for degraded materials: a conversational bibliography of Dodie Bellamy

From 'Feminine Hijinx' to 'Bee Reaved,' the quintessential SF writer talks art, life, 'Frozen,' E.T., and grief through her published works.

Money talks and bullshit walks

The election outcome was first and foremost a victory of massive campaign spending.

Fighting dystopia with essential voices: ‘Black Literature vs. The Climate Emergency’

Aya de León brings together writers and activists for a lively online conference that focuses on the possible and combats invisibility

Supes to look at closing the ‘group housing’ developer loophole

Plus: Does the city need to regulate street vendors—and how should the city regulate Recology? That's The Agenda for Feb. 28-March 6

Screen Grabs: Looking back at Chaplin—and ahead to International Oscar noms

New biopic digs in. Plus: Slovenia's sweet 'Sanremo,' Chile's chilling 'White on White,' Japan's 'Drive My Car'—and 'Afrofuturistik' hits big screens

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 have DBI, Planning, and the cops gotten away with so much for so long?

Plus: $70 million for parking meters when the mayor says we can't afford to keep SIP hotels open to save lives. That's The Agenda for Sept. 13-19

Screen Grabs: A visit with the early Stones in ‘Charlie Is My Darling’

Plus: The Murder of Fred Hampton, They Stole the Bomb, Los Ultimos Frikis, and a slew of new horror flicks.

In ‘Plexiglass,’ a poet illuminates voices of the incarcerated

A new volume offers a critique of the criminal justice system through the lens of prison writing workshops