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Review: Sound and shadow evoke Nasim Moghadam’s Iranian roots, womxn’s solidarity

In 'I Sprout on my Wound' at Aggregate Space, the artist also manipulates her passport photo and cut hair.

Some warned 20 years ago that the US was creating a disaster in Afghanistan

Plus: SF just lost two notable activists, James Hormel and Alvin Duskin. That's The Agenda for August 15-22

Pregnancy shaped artist Kimia Ferdowsi Kline’s new show “Mother Tongue”

On how her body's own shifting capabilities—and complex relationship with maternal messaging—colored the Marrow Gallery exhibition.

Screen Grabs: RRAWR! Balboa reopens with Godzilla’s Monster Bash

Plus: CCSF student film fest and three riveting new movies, one starring a very macho Mads Mikkelsen

Living Large: A tribute to Shock G from a Bay Area kid

Outlandish rapper's gleeful freedom presented an alternative form of masculinity for a Mexican American fifth grader.

Foreign Correspondent: Biden drops bombs in the Middle East

The new president continues the failed policies of his predecessors.

Will Cuba have faster vaccinations than the US?

The tiny island nation with universal health care has its own vaccine, and could protect its people before the US does.

Foreign Correspondent: Battle lines drawn on ending Yemen War

The Biden Administration has a chance to undo a disastrous label and open the door for peace.

Foreign Correspondent: US hypocrisy on Cuba continues

State Department ‘terror list’ includes countries that aren't terrorists and excludes those who are.

Screen Grabs: When political violence is no longer unimaginable

Stories of oppression, terror, murder—and heroism. Plus: 'Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Rea & Stimpy Story,' more