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The kid from Philadelphia: Irving Penn retrospective captures him capturing us

De Young retrospective shows how the photographer built a time capsule of humanity in San Francisco and far beyond.

Screen Grabs: Long live the New Romantics!

New doc 'Tramps!' shows the music movement's queer side. Plus: Lily Gladstone in worthwhile feature 'Fancy Dance.'

Never mind the capitalism… Here’s ‘The Lehman Trilogy’

Humanizing a rapacious clan of slavery profiteers... in this economy?

Under the Stars: The sultry vintage hi-fi world of ‘Audio Erotica’

Plus: Sunset Campout, The Donnas reissued, Drugdealer, Onra, 'Soft Summer Breezes,' more great music

Arts Forecast: The EndUp turns 50—bring back the jockey shorts dance contest!

Plus: Broadway Bares, Skip Spence tribute, La Peña 49th, SF Succulent Expo, CupcakKe, Bonobo, more to do!

Author Oren Kroll-Zeldin on Israel, Palestine, social justice—and the next generation of Jewish Americans

USF professor talks about new book 'Unsettled,' and the concept of co-resistance for a shared future.

The ferocious, precocious musical odyssey of ‘Bette Davis Eyes’

Sultry synth classic resurfaces with singer Katrina Woolverton and original producer Val Garay at helm

At 70, North Beach Festival celebrates groundbreaking artisan origins

Originally organized by makers seeing more exposure, the fair claims first in closing off an entire street for art.

Six HUGE reasons to become a 48hills member today

Fearless reporting, unparalleled local arts coverage, Best of the Bay... We're not just a pretty face. Join us!

Mark Perlman’s encaustic microcosms diagram otherworldly elements

At Nancy Toomey, the artist maps infinitely meditative mental landscapes that transcend time and space.