Stories about Horror

Homeless sweeps come back to the Tenderloin

Lawsuit settlement lets police remove people and confiscate tents -- when there is still nowhere for most people to go.

Screen Grabs: Two movies so bad they’re (almost) good

Plus: Religious quandaries and LGBTQ issues, the vanishing of the bees, more films to check out

Screen Grabs: Into ‘The Vast of Night’—and beyond

Sexism in the US music business and on the streets of Algeria, an unearthed Elizabeth Taylor curiosity, more films out now

10 years later, H.P. Mendoza’s ‘Fruit Fly’ plays a very changed San Francisco

Closing out CAAMFest, the joyous 2010 film shows startling skylines and scrappy artists. Oh, and it's a singalong.

Screen Grabs: Get in, we’re going streaming

Where to watch CAAMFest selections online. Plus: Spaceship Earth, The Half Of It, Diablo Rolo (PTY), more

Screen Grabs: Two of SF’s biggest acting exports light up screens again

Annette Bening in 'Hope Gap' and Rene Auberjonois in 'Raising Buchanan' show their too-undeniable star power.

Screen Grabs: Great new docs, from global inequality to SF thrash metal

Johnny Cash's wife, Guatemalan genocide, the unassuming couple behind LA's notorious adult bookstore, more

Arts Forecast: How Weird (that everything is virtual now)

Festival season kicks off with a cyberspace bang. Plus: Hard French, Write Now!, DNA Lounge, cute videos, and more.

Screen Grabs: The lyin’ preacher, the witch-tree, and The Whistlers

Plus: Bay Area treasure Thousand Pieces of Gold re-released, Deerskin, 15 years, more new movies to stream.

The mother who stoned San Francisco

Alia Volz's 'Home Baked' tells the wild story of her family, who headed the City's largest edibles bakery for three crucial decades.