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In ‘The Return,’ James Terry pens a lush, tragic ‘coming-of-old-age’ story

Novella's UC professor protagonist must brave modern cacophony, despite silent film obsession.

WTAF is up with Newsom? And why is it so hard to get SF police reports?

Vetoes of a series of progressive reforms show the guv is thinking about Iowa 2028, not California today. Pus: A hearing on police data. That's The Agenda for Oct. 8-15

In graphite, Zachary Oldenkamp captures peace at day’s edges

The artist feels out his delicately precise drawings in a Tendernob flat

Printmaker David Tim layers time and materials to capture individual stories

"Accessing multiple media allows me to challenge myself, to explore and struggle,” says the Oakland artist

Good Taste: Toto’s Pizza returns to SF after decades, Lazy Susan turns the tables

Plus California Mochi lives on, Awesome Bars satisfy that craving, perfect farmer's market picks, more food news

Screen Grabs: Trans films to the front for Pride

Normally, the Frameline International LGBTQ Film Festival would already be open, though this year COVID-19 has pushed the festival into a smaller online edition running this...

First results: A few surprises

The early results are in and there are some surprises. For starters, the numbers are very small – only 46,000 ballots were returned by...

After Iowa, why the establishment fears Sanders

I have a theory about why the Democratic Party Establishment – folks like John Kerry and Hillary Clinton, among others, are so freaked out...

Arts Forecast: Day of the Dead in the City of Souls

Ready to shed the rotting pumpkin skin of Halloween and sniff the sweet spice of the afterlife? OK that question is a lot, but...

Playing a skinned cat: John William Watkins of MTC’s ‘Wink’

ONSTAGE  John Williams Watkins, who plays the title role of the cat, Wink, in the play premiering at the Marin Theatre Company (through July...