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Thursday, June 13, 2024

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Tagged with: High School

An artist living on the streets loses most of his possessions in last week’s sweep

It's just one story out of hundreds. It's still tragic.

Are cars, buses, bikes, small businesses, and safe walking a zero-sum game?

Or is there a way to make SF really a transit-first city without making a lot of people miserable?

Screen Grabs: Grokking the creepy cipher of ‘I Saw the TV Glow’

Plus: Touching 'Gasoline Rainbow,' Avant-Barb(ie), a Toney W. Merritt tribute, and Sundown Cinema's movies in the park

How Irving Penn brought the world to his studio—and vice versa

de Young retrospective teases out sheer range of the photographer's lens.

Nothing’s gonna rain on ‘Funny Girl’ Katerina McCrimmon’s SF parade

“I've always been fighting to make it this far," says the dynamo Fanny Brice with Miami roots and plenty of chutzpah.

Screen Grabs: Stylish but deadly classic ‘Le Samouraï’ swings into the Roxie

Plus: Ridiculous and enjoyable 'Challengers,' exhausting 'Boy Kills World,' the rise of Christian Nationalism, more

A love of baseball doesn’t quite come ‘Out of Left Field’ for this queer youth

Local author Jonah Newman's semi-autobiographical graphic novel tells a tale of self-discovery on the diamond.

The New York Times lauds Garry Tan—and it’s really pathetic

A front-page profile turns San Francisco into a parody and so badly misses the point that it's an embarrassment.

Sticking to it: The packing tape art of Pablo Manga

A chance encounter with the medium outside a Mexico City metro station changed the Oakland artist's trajectory.

Shotgun’s ‘Midsummer’ misfires with broad caricatures, ‘Family Guy’ gags

The chemistry is good, but director William Hodgson buries Shakespeare's classic in "go big" gestures.