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Saturday, September 25, 2021

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Tagged with: Lit

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.

A farewell to SF Weekly

Editing San Francisco's last alt-weekly paper was probably the most fun I will ever have in my life.

Steve Kerr biography shoots, scores—even after Warriors revoked author’s access

Scott Howard-Cooper offers tremendous imagery for NBA diehards and lit fans alike in 'Steve Kerr: A Life'

Forever Coastin’: Reflecting on the loss of iconic Oakland rapper Zumbi

We lost a rapper, father, and community pillar. But Zumbi's legacy is rooted in us all.

Screen Grabs: Jewish Film Fest delves into heroes, hoaxes, and hair-raisers

Teen tribulations, historical thrillers, and even a Bernie Madoff musical at the 41st installment, online and in-person.

8 bars that got us through the last year

Whiskey shots, outdoor tater tots, and parklet-piped DJ sets: our favorite local watering holes during the pandemic's height.

Parents sue US government over separation from kids at border

Suit also claims Trump-era policies forced asylum seekers to sleep on the floor and denied them medical care.

Screen Grabs: Roxie reopens with cinema classics (and a DC punk blast)

Ease back into the seats with beloved sights and sounds. Plus: Story of a Three-Day Pass, Honey Moccasin, Dance of the 41, more

Puff: Prerolling into spring

We go down the stoney road for you, sampling latest offerings from Jeeters, King Roll, more

The strange and wondrous story of the Sick & Twisted Players

Thirty years ago, the troupe brought camp movie mashups, blazingly real talent, and guaranteed Splatterama to nightlife stages.