Stories about Lit

Pride is a defense of Black bodies, and always has been

OPINION: 'The need to stop centering whiteness in our movement has never been more urgent,' says SF Pride Board President

Remembering the Pulse massacre, as Trump strips LGBTQ rights

Resilient memorial honored victims of mass shooting and police violence, while standing against continuing discrimination

For Pride, all queer people must stand up for Black lives

Our history echoes though the George Floyd protests. Now Pride's moved online, let's re-engage its radical spirit.

We’re all outside agitators at this point

The raging pandemic, our broken healthcare system, the ruined economy, the political corruption, the corporate greed, the militarized violence, the voter suppression, the dog-whistle presidential racism… it all just became too much.

Screen Grabs: Buckle up for more cinematic adventure

Further streaming travels with a cheeky Brazilian Western, an Aladdin double-whammy, Antarctic exploration, more

‘Rogue’ party uproar shows tech, journalism’s COVID-19 limits

Promoter's coronavirus illness, ticket sales snafu, viral reporting added to rage about techno event.

In ‘Please Don’t Eat the Mangos,’ this Mami has secrets

Stage favorite Wilma Bonet on playing the matriarch of a Puerto Rican family during a hurricane in the Magic's new play.

Arts Forecast: Feeling international, at home

Two big arts festivals announce season lineups. Plus: The Living Earth Show, King City, We So Bay, Joffrey Ballet, 'Mutts,' and more

Arts Forecast: Welcome to the ‘Manifesto’

Plus: Pop-Up Magazine, The End of You, a double shot of Kronos, Fog City Magic Fest, Kafana Balkan, Moodymann, more.

Reviews: Laurie Anderson and Gina LaDivina, two very different storytellers

An electronic performance pioneer and a drag legend brought SF audiences under their spells this past weekend.