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Screen Grabs: Two great social justice filmmakers return to the screen

Skip Norman's revolutionary '60s-'70s films and Glauber Rocha's daring 'Black God, White Devil' play BAMPFA.

Musical brothers Buck and Dylan Meek on ‘hog songs,’ Smash Bros., and touring together

We caught up with the Big Thief guitarist and his jazz keyboardist sibling before their Bay Area appearance.

‘The Wiz’ eases on down to the Golden Gate

Producers Todd Tucker and Kandi Burruss talk about bringing the groundbreaking 50-year-old musical from Broadway.

Under the Stars: Oakland producer sndtrak channels sunny ’80s TV vibes

Plus: 'I Need A Freak' still bangs from '83, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express gets complete, Emily Afton pays a visit, more.

Soul legend Valerie Simpson is making joyful noise for Glide’s Holiday Jam

This year's stellar music program celebrates Reverend Cecil Williams' 60th anniversary with the essential community org

The night the Cockettes finally took Manhattan

51 years after an infamously disastrous stage debut, SF's legendary bawdy performance troupe returned to conquer

Suck on this: The eviction-fueled, Web 1.0 dykesploitation of ‘Sugar High Glitter City’ returns

Directors of iconic 2001 lesbian ensemble film reflect on the eve of its SF PornFilmFestival screenings.

That big, bold, brassy sound is coming from Melba’s Kitchen

Appearing at Yoshi's, the 14-piece all-woman jazz ensemble celebrates 20th century Black trailblazer Melba Liston

Rejoice, Bay Area freak legend Sly Stone is putting out a memoir

The rock-funk star never stopped being part of the zeitgeist—just asked Moor Mother.

This land is whose land?

The developer and the city insist the Hunters Point Shipyard is safe for development. There's a lot of data that says otherwise. Part III of a series.