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Screen Grabs: Toxic masculinity meets queer desire in arresting ‘Femme’

Plus: Strikingly original 'La Chimera,' Woody Allen's all-French 'Coup de Chance,' Michael Snow tribute, more.

Under the Stars: Another stunning taste of Alice Coltrane’s genius, live

Plus: 'She Took My Drawers' wins TikTok, Kamasi Washington comes to town, Oakland Weekender looms, more music

Screen Grabs: A half-century hullabaloo for ‘The Great Gatsby’

Plus: Unnamed Film Fest, 15 French features, Kubrick's DIY debut, and a Swiss exploration of the 'Golden Years'

Under the Stars: Forget Macy’s—look to our musical ecosystem for SF’s revival

When I attended Sweater Funk, the iconic San Francisco night that celebrates boogie, two-step, and modern funk—strictly on vinyl, mind you—on March 2, it...

Looking for a new art crush? That’s more than fine… it’s Superfine

The independent art fair at Fort Mason hits a sweet spot between accessibility and expression, with plenty of local flair.

Noise Pop rewind: So, how did the giant music fest do this year?

Surging local talent, national praise, unusual venues—and a couple suggestions for next year from our music critic

Under the Stars: Celebrating DJ Stef’s legacy, mourning Mutiny Radio’s end

Plus: Oakland's Sucker sees God, Redman peels out with Potatohead People, more great music

Screen Grabs: It’s all Greek (Film Fest) to us this weekend

Mythical monsters, immigration drama, gay romps (and history) are highlights. Plus: Animal Kingdom, The Sweet East, more movies

Robert Moses’ ‘New Legacies’ takes on the specter of censorship

'There’s a body to culture and we’re cutting off the legs and arms,' says choreographer about latest innovative work.

Noise Pop report: Hailu Mergia shot Ethiopian jazz into stratosphere for adoring GAMH crowd

The septuagenarian keyboardist was all but forgotten, driving a DC cab, but he's making up for lost time with fire.