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As ‘Monument’ shows, having a seat at the table doesn’t mean you have a voice

Sam Chanse play at Magic Theatre revolves around four sisters in crisis—and an animated sloth.

Good Taste: Bay Area chefs cook to fundraise for Ukraine

Cooking classes, confections—even a Ukrainian burrito—help raise money for World Central Kitchen and other relief efforts.

Review: In ‘Otto Frank,’ an examination of tragedy that transcends historical period

Roger Guenveur Smith's solo show at Magic Theatre extends the story of Anne Frank's father into our own time.

Review: Men are pig(food) in ‘The Kind Ones’

Miranda Rose Hall's world premiere kicks off a new era for the Magic Theatre, with plenty of voracious squeals.

Something’s cooking at Balboa Theatre (besides the popcorn)

The cinema has become a hotspot indie band incubator, with live shows and other arts events.

Arts Forecast: SF International Arts Fest, Litcrawl, Lumpialooza, Bearrison…

A burlesque Prince tribute, a round of queer horror, Mattilda Sycamore Bernstein, and more great events this week.

Good Taste: After-hours boba, badass pumpkin spice lattes, and a coffee fest

Choose your own autumn beverage adventure, day or night!

In Beryl Landau’s paintings, a bird’s-eye view of SF’s changing cityscape

“I am especially interested in the juxtaposition of technology against nature and the constant changes within an urban environment.”

Review: Afloat on the Bay, ‘Night Watch’ presented refugees as they are

Shimon Attie's quiet and simple videos, shown from a barge, refused to emotionally exploit their participants.

Sean San José: ‘There needs to be a home for more people’ in local theater

The new Magic Theatre Artistic Director builds on his deep roots with a passion for actual—not superficial—inclusion.