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Opinion: San Franciscans know a lot about tech. That’s why they should vote No on E

Everything new is not good—and we can't trust SFPD with uncontrolled surveillance

How to tell a joke in Palestine: Arab American Comedy Fest brings essential connection

Co-founders Maysoon Zayid and Dean Obeidallah talk about 20 years of using laughs to transcend hatred.

‘Babes in Ho-lland’: Black lesbians deserve cute rom-coms, too

Unexpected love in the college dorm brings up memories of '90s sitcoms in Shotgun Players' latest.

How do you spell ‘Real Housewives’ trouble? Two T’s, please.

Fired Bravo stars Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge blaze again with a podcast, live show, and plenty of dish

Sketchfest stars Jennifer Tilly, Matthew Lillard, Jason Narducy, Tim Cappello talk SF love

Backroom leather shenanigans, 'Dating Game' blowouts, Noise Pop affection, more Golden Gate memories

‘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.

The best (and the rest) on local stages in 2023

A wealth of productions highlighted the vitality of Bay Area theater in a year of protest and continued pandemic.

Screen Grabs: ‘Monster’ vs. ‘Wonka’

Hirokazu Kore-eda's complex tale of youth and Timothée Chalamet's tale of youth with a complex hit screens. Plus: 'Night of the Hunter' stalks again

No genocidal conflicts resolved, but electrifying dancing and much backstory in ‘Tell’

At Dance Mission Theater, Sarah Crowell and Keith Hennessy led a troupe intent on reaching deep inside themselves

Billy Crudup lands the grift in Berkeley Rep’s ‘Harry Clarke’

Solo show is funny, well-produced, stars an award-winning actor—does that explain its wild popularity?