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Community leaders reflect on three key Bay Area MLK speeches—and envision his dreams for 2022

Voting rights, economic opportunity, education, social justice—so much remains to be done.

Photo show provides a flaneur’s eye view of 1940s San Francisco

Minor White captured changing demographics, architecture—and the side street shoeshines that gave the city life.

With ‘Ticket to Ride,’ Optimist Williams channeled MUNI memories and Frisco legends

The graffiti artist used transfers as a metaphor for a city gone sideways: "Ed Lee was like the pinnacle of destruction here."

On 50th anniversary, the Residents provoke ‘n roll at Castro Theatre

The storied experimental group showed why its imprint has been so lasting, troubling imagery and all.

Good Taste: A love letter to SF’s Indian food

Samosa sandwiches, artichoke pakoras, giant dosas, more. Plus: Seafood businesses we like better than Swan Oyster Depot

Reconnect with the Bay: Our readers’ favorite things to do now we’re back

Here's what you told us you couldn't wait to do in the wake of reopening.

Screen Grabs: Black Film Festival lifts off—and other stratospheric releases

The best of the new, from the surveilling of surveillance in 'All Light, Everywhere' to 'Les Norte' and its discomfiting coming-of-age twists

Docfest 2021 provides colorful human stories in a year that needs them

Heroic women wrestlers, legendary soul singers, Sparks, and the Space Lady all feature in this year's festival.

Good Taste: Sundays sandwiches, Broke Bitch Sauce, and… Bitcoin Pizza?

Plus: Dining for India, Korean tacos, and habit-forming Ounce Cookies. This week's food column dig in!

Good Taste: Secret sourdough sellers, super burgers, and seaweed strains

Unleash the bread beast (again)! Plus: The debut of sustainable pea milk tea and a new book on Silicon Valley food tech