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Artists alter, deface their own work at YBCA to protest Gaza silence and decry censorship

'Love Letter to Gaza' action calls out institution for not speaking up and allegedly muzzling artists.

Vroom, vroom: ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ stars catch some buzz at Antique Vibrator Museum

Beanie Feldstein, Margaret Qualley, and Geraldine Viswanathan dish on their new lesbian action flick at Good Vibrations.

Theatrical spectacularist Taylor Mac: ‘The solution to straight pain is queer joy’

The gonzo performance artist's 'Bark of Millions' is an ecstatic four-hour, 55-song reverse-conversion therapy session.

Flute in hand, André 3000 returns after a decade to conquer the Bay

Did he ever really leave, though? An appreciation of the rap legend-turned-ambient musician's local history

Screen Grabs: Rare queer films, from the dawn of Gay Lib to the onset of AIDS

Plus: 'Taste of Things,' 'Totem,' 'Perfect Days,' and a mad dash through 10,000 years of history from a sex worker’s perspective

It’s Valentine’s Day. I was ghosted by my ‘partner’ of eight years

Uber and Lyft call us "partners,' not employees. We're sick of the way they treat us—which is why Gig Workers Rising matters.

Under the Stars: The Dead shall come to Vegas, riding a 4-D Sphere

Plus: Gift of Gab tribute, 'Jolene' turns 50, Kim Gordon's packing list, Afro-techno from Bucharest, more music news

Punk roots meet Black Panthers at retooled Studio Fallout in North Beach

Gallery connects countercultures with a display of radical artwork by BPP's Malik Edwards and Katherine Campbell.

‘How to Have Sex’ at the Mostly British Film Fest (and other cinematic selections)

Gems from across the pond include Ken Loach's swan song, an expanded Irish section, and a 'Local Hero' revival.

Campaign notebook: The dizzying web of big-money influence

Plus: Remarkable hype, Lurie's money, and why Breed's allies want to control the Democratic Party.