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J.L. King’s bold, curious art doesn’t shy from the peculiar

'Weird can be good, to me,' says the San Francisco oil painter, who calls her spirited art 'trick the mind.'

Sketchfest stars Jennifer Tilly, Matthew Lillard, Jason Narducy, Tim Cappello talk SF love

Backroom leather shenanigans, 'Dating Game' blowouts, Noise Pop affection, more Golden Gate memories

Screen Grabs: Dance, music, sex, romance (and a little postwar German art)

Queen rock Montreal, Noir City crosses borders, Masc defies trad gender roles, 'Anselm' limns a heroic spirit, more

Dressing the dancing elephants (and the anthill) in ‘The Lion King’

Costuming wiz Quinto Ott lets us peek into the riotous jungle of puppets, masks, and intricate outfits of the touring production.

Crank up support for local music with holiday merch madness

Is that the ...? From Larry June's supple slippers to take-home St. Mary's Pub sips, a couple clicks and it could be.

So, about that new Beatles song….

'Now and Then' continues the Fab Four's technological journey with AI, but the video seems strange and sad.

At Trans Film Fest, echoes of nightlife we almost lost to COVID

'Last Call' documents the magic of three beloved queer bars—El Rio, Aunt Charlie's, and the Stud—that might have disappeared

Live Shots: Kim Petras danced with the Devil (and a discoball dick) at Bill Graham

The unstoppable star lit up a Halloween crowd, with a performance that pumped some subversion back into pop

‘Nollywood Dreams’ sends up a fly-by-night film industry with knowing delight

Jocelyn Bioh comedy-drama at SF Playhouse lovingly skewers a ripe target with sharp wit and a plum cast.

Ana Jotta’s ‘Never the Less’: Drawing in many senses of the word

At Wattis, the longtime Portuguese artist's first US show is an exhilarating peek into her work, rife with references and wordplay