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’90s arts icons confront tech dystopia in Camera Obscura’s landmark film ‘Virtue’

Returning to the Roxie, the 1997 underground star-filled sci-fi broadside against alienation and fraud stirs poignant memories

Supes panel votes to landmark Castro Theater seats

Move might bring promoter back to the bargaining table; full board still has to approve.

Vibrant anti-hate drag march on Saturday will honor ‘mother’ Heklina

Saturday's "Drag Up! Fight Back!" aims to combat anti-LGBTQ legislation—and now will celebrate drag icon's spirit.

An ode to the fabulous new restrooms of El Rio

Is this a toilet or a subway to the future? 2022's Best Dive Bar ups its loo game.

On Polk Street and in the Tenderloin, a family of hustlers and priests

Joseph Plaster's new book 'Kids on the Street' looks at the history of queer sex work and kinship in San Francisco

Landmarks board punts decision on the future of Castro Theater

After five hours of impassioned testimony, a decision that isn't a decision sends the issue to the Board of Supes.

The future of the Castro Theater, and its role in the LGBTQ community, now at City Hall

Historic Preservation Commission will consider whether the legendary venue can become a concert nightclub.

Screen Grabs: The Shattuck shutters; consolation comes with poet’s blood and porno chic

Plus: A strange and roaming Italian 'Tale of King Crab,' siblings confront the past in 'Montana Story,' more movies

Remembering Phatima Rude, fearless legend of SF’s nightlife scene

Magical, complex, transcendent: Our patron goddess of wild performance has moved on. Here's where to pay respects

PHOTOS: Second People’s March traces original 1970 Pride March path

Full of protest, music, and killer looks, the alternative Pride march brought LGBTQ color to Polk Street.