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Screen Grabs: Build your own silent film festival

Fairbanks, Murnau, Pabst, and more bring a golden age to your home screen. Plus a new Ferlinghetti doc and more

Harry Britt, LGBT progressive pioneer, dies at 82

Brilliant, humble ground-breaking leader was an heir to Harvey Milk's political legacy

Screen Grabs: Big hearts and summer lovin’

'Angelfish' and 'I Will Make You Mine' deal with very different romances, 'A Towering Task' tells the Peace Corps story, more

The Agenda: Saving local journalism ….

... plus the Police Commission and the POA -- and a huge development on the largest piece of available public land in the city.

Opinion: Action desperately needed for COVID-ravaged Latino community

Eye-opening new study shows wildly disproportionate effect on Latinos. It's time to shape city policy accordingly.

A song of San Francisco’s origins, via national parks

Los Cenzontles' “El Corrido de Anza” takes listeners on historic journey from Mexico to the Presidio

New Music: ‘Who Sent You?’ asks free jazz combo Irreversible Entanglements

In an uncertain time, the quintet asks essential questions and pushes improvisation into a moving statement.

The fix was in: Mayor appoints political ally to run city planning

'Indefensible' appointment puts private-sector housing ally in key position as city faces massive displacement issues.

As Afrobeat heroes Antibalas arrive, recalling a classic track

The Brooklyn band celebrates 20 years with a new album and three local shows. Their cross-cultural influence still runs deep.

Look! Up in the sky! It’s public art—with Premiere Jr.

A tiny billboard in the Inner Sunset becomes a curated space, and highlights SF's complex contemporary relationship with art.