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Tagged with: Lawsuits

Screen Grabs: Reaching for the golden ring with an ‘Iron Claw’

Plus: 'American Fiction' critiques racial conundrums with feeling, 'Menus-Plaisirs' delivers a full plate of gastronomic delight

Screen Grabs: This Thanksgiving, don’t stream a turkey

Deep family trauma to 5000 aliens on tap. Plus: 'The Rolling Stones & Brian Jones,' Nic Cage in your dreams, more

Puff: Catching up on cannabis—and a distressing lack of doob tubes—in the Big Apple

In which our columnist goes to New York City and finds its 420 market in a seedling state

Screen Grabs: Tom Wolfe and Joan Baez walk into a theater ….

Four new docs focus on fascinating (and sometimes repellant) people, from the famous to the better-left-alone

A chron oped on the housing hearing is wrong, and signals a new attack on the supes

Board members asked for a modest delay to consider the mayor's amendments to a complex housing bill. The Chron talks of "Nimbys."

Screen Grabs: In ‘Dumb Money,’ Hollywood finally indicts Wall Street greed—and it’s fun

Plus: Twisty French black comedy- thriller 'The Origin of Evil' gives a lot of bang for your buck.

The high price of cops continues

Lawsuits allege homophobia, beatings. Plus: A developer violates city law for years—and wins. That's The Agenda for Oct. 31 to Nov. 7

50 years ago, San Bruno Mountain was almost cut in half

Remembering a successful community campaign to save the local environment—as climate challenges loom.

COVID rent strips Latinx tenants in SF of savings, wealth, and security

El Tecolote survey shows that more than 75 percent of families lost all or most of their savings to preserve their housing during the pandemic.

Can Big Tech really be regulated?

Hate speech and misinformation has multiplied and been weaponized -- but that may be changing.