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Killing My Lobster dives into improv pot for ‘Lobster Boil,’ emerges fully cooked

Unique script pushes the veteran comedy troupe to push for laughs like they have something to prove.

‘Hear Our Voices’: How many colors are in that Pride flag?

Left Coast Theatre Co.’s new show of shorts aims to represent myriad queer identities—and almost gets there

Pile it high at SF’s Mt. Rushmore of sandwich shops

Banh mis, Leroy Browns, Renzo Specials, tri-tip delights: Four peak spots for grabbing a hearty lunch on the go.

Peskin wants a hands-on mayor, Breed wants a downtown party (for some people) …

... and how is the city planning to create 14,000 housing units for extremely low income households? That's The Agenda for May 5-12

Under the Stars: Bubbling up with foamboy, night-dubbing with Monty Luke…

BALTHVS rocks global vibes, Eris Drew runs the rave tape, Neutrals wish you were here, more music to support!

Live Shots: Jigs galore, maypole madness at Céilí on the Lake’s Beltane celebration

Waterside Gaelic fête declares spring has sprung—and now it's time to shear the sheep.

In ‘Forever Plaid,’ a bit of light entertainment in the afterlife

A dead classic pop quartet has the pipes, if not the complex backstory, in 42nd Moon's family-friendly production.

Nothing’s gonna rain on ‘Funny Girl’ Katerina McCrimmon’s SF parade

“I've always been fighting to make it this far," says the dynamo Fanny Brice with Miami roots and plenty of chutzpah.

Milli Vanilli’s Fab Morvan opens up about candid new biopic ‘Girl You Know it’s True’

'I can say proudly that love has healed me,' says star who weathered instant fame and disastrous downfall.

Good Taste: Local chefs serve kitchen game on social media

Victoriano Lopez and Kathy Fang share go-to cooking techniques when they’re off the clock. Watch and learn!