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Review: Joyous ‘Next to You’ at McEvoy Foundation welcomes viewers back

Fun photographs from the collection, juxtaposed with colorful abstract works that play like musical phrases.

Remembering Phatima Rude, fearless legend of SF’s nightlife scene

Magical, complex, transcendent: Our patron goddess of wild performance has moved on. Here's where to pay respects

Supes panel appoints three community-based progressives to redistricting panel

Move will counter the Elections Commission's appointments, all of whom are allies of the mayor, in what could be a major gerrymandering fight.

Screen Grabs: Jewish Film Fest delves into heroes, hoaxes, and hair-raisers

Teen tribulations, historical thrillers, and even a Bernie Madoff musical at the 41st installment, online and in-person.

The future of the Board of Supes is on the line as redistricting moves forward

A city task force will draw new district lines for the next decade. The mayor's allies already have members. The supes pick three this week.

And yet we signed: Behind the letter to the president of Nicaragua

Hundreds who spent the 1980s doing Sandinista solidarity work are now condemning Daniel Ortega's new wave of political repression. Here's why.

Low-income people in SF might actually get paid for jury duty

Plus: Landlords kill a transparency bill that would hold speculators accountable. That's today in Sacramento.

Reading is fundamental: 44 years of the Bay Area Playwrights Festival

At nearly a half-century, this showcase of early-career playwrights must be doing something right. Find out what, starting Fri/16.

In “Altered States” exhibition, artists play with the illegible

Kandis Williams' sculpture of a monstera plant, intervened with images of Frederick and Helen Pitts Douglass, leads the way.

“Seeing Sound” argues that creating noise is the most human act of all

The KADIST group show (through July 24) presents alternative auditory realities and spaces.