Stories about Journalism

How do you cover the end of the world?

Up against governments and state media -- with a TV series and some amazing writers.

The B-52s at 40, still dancing that mess around

Singer Fred Schneider on duct tape, disco shoplifting, phallic MTV hot dogs, and the beloved band's latest tour.

Screen Grabs: Celebrating an Iranian giant’s ‘life as art’

Two Abbas Kiarostami tributes. Plus: Mike Wallace doc, sleek German horror, '60s drag queen pageant, more in cinemas this week.

Dan Hoyle’s border-crossing art of empathy

The stage chameleon talks about his latest solo show 'Border People'—and the profound importance of talking to strangers.

In Rotimi Agbabiaka’s ‘Manifesto,’ a call to visionary black, queer ambition

The actor's latest solo show channels James Baldwin, Nina Simone, and Fela Kuti's revolutionary spirit—with his own fierce twist.

Under fire, SF cops announce criminal investigation of reporter

Chief Scott, in a highly unusual move, says his department is looking into conspiracy charges against a journalist who was given a leaked document about the death of Public Defender Jeff Adachi.

‘The Good Book’ presents a shifting take on Bible study

We interview a cast member on the play's complex path through faith.

Six years of 48hills! Come celebrate with us

Join us May 2 to honor the Anchor Steam union organizers, hear from Martin Espinoza, Deepa Varma, and Davey D -- and keep community-based local journalism alive.

Pulitzer-winning journalist Martin Espinoza to speak at 48 Hills Gala, May 2

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reporter and Bay Guardian alumnus joins us, with special musical guests the Turnaround. Come out!

From Gorbachev to ‘Red Joan’: SFFILM Fest gets geopolitical

Our Foreign Correspondent reviews films dealing with nuclear secrets, Perestroika, Syrian refugees, Afghan cinema under Communist rule, and more.