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Tuesday, February 20, 2024

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Tagged with: Fringe

Pack the popcorn, Indiefest 2024 is adventure time for moviegoers

90 films rush onto screens Feb. 8-18, from 'Sisters' in Mexico and 'Tokyo Cowboy' to the 25th anniversary of 'Fight Club.'

10 cult classics: Books on charismatic leaders to nourish your squint-eyed cynicism

Popularity of follower docs aside, unraveling sects might be best as a book-length pursuit. Here are titles that take on the task.

The profound irony of the APEC news media coverage

The problem that the mayor is trying to solve with sweeps was created by the same political agenda that drives the event she is so happily hosting.

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

Alex Edelman: So, a Jewish comedian walks into a meeting of neo-Nazis…

The comedian's 'Just for Us' comes in from Broadway, bringing some big topics (and plenty of laughs) with it.

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.

Confronting decline while flying through the air in ‘the Curve’ at Fringe Fest

Circus acrobat Genie Cartier's show combines gravity-defying feats with candid tales of a body slowing down

At Fringe Fest, a tale of bullied young immigrants ‘Dancing Home’

Dyana Díaz's play was inspired by a children's book—and her own experience at the San Francisco Youth Theatre

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.

Arts Forecast: 12 festive events to put a little jingle in your jangle

Holiday Gaiety, Not So Silent Night, Acid Christmas, Kung Pao Kosher, Dance-Along Nutcracker, and more warm glow-ups.