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Tagged with: Internet

‘Octet’ unleashes the demons of Internet obsession, in song

With a solid cast, Dave Molloy's play at Berkeley Rep takes on addiction to 24/7 digital culture—but should come with a tl;dr

The morning-after drill

I've been writing about the threat to Roe v Wade for 35 years. I never thought this would happen. Here's what we need to do now.

‘Entertainment right now can be sinister’: Jane Schoenbrun on ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’

Director of groundbreaking horror talks creepypasta, cursed images, X-Files chatrooms, 'Twin Peaks: The Return,' more

Under the Stars: Outside Lands lineup’s out—with some love for the home team

Plus: Sol Blume fest celebrates Black women artists, Space Ghost's 'Private Paradise,' Oakland Weekender, Linda Lindas, more

Review: ‘Water by the Spoonful’ weaves a web of addiction and Internet

Quiara Alegría Hudes' 2011 Pulitzer winner at SF Playhouse feels technologically dated—yet alarmingly still relevant

‘Like a turducken’: Michelle Yeoh and Daniel Kwan on mind-bender ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’

The star and co-director of the wild, multi-dimensional movie talk about getting it from script to screen.

Reform measures move forward as supes talk about the real ‘power grab’

The power of the mayor (and developers) and the failures of the news media are the issues as the Rules Committee considers Charter amendments for the June ballot.

20 best albums of 2021: ‘A weirdly liminal year for music’

Floating mountains, urgent Urdu, quotidian ambient, fakeout psychobilly, and a synth-drone take on Sun Ra top our charts—Lana Del Rey, too.

Screen Grabs: 100 years ago, Hollywood saw its then-biggest ‘Event’

When the Gishes met Griffith, an overblown epic was born. Plus: A QAnon-Epstein-satanic horror? You bet.

La Doña takes on the world with ‘Algo Nuevo’

The magnetic Mission singer-trumpeter blends her mariachi background with reggaeton, more on new independent album.