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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.

Painter Anthony Holdsworth captures the city’s intimate magic

You'll want to catch his vivid scenes, from the quiet streets of Bernal Hill to vibrant La Victora panadería.

At 25, Berlin & Beyond fest keeps expanding borders

Women filmmakers and international concerns, alongside familiar spirits like Fassbinder, light up the hybrid fest

Her childhood in Russia’s Arkhangelsk region inspires Nadezda’s haunting art

The painter channels mysterious, mystic imagery from a cat's dinner song, or the shadows around her sink.

Opinion: AIDS denialism in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?

In 2000, the Foo Fighters embraced the kind of anti-science thinking we still see today. It's time they apologized.

Black Freighter Press sails in, boosting writers of color and radical imagination

The revolution will be published, with the help of SF Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Alie Jones' new outlet.

Breed won’t promise to spend real-estate tax money on rent relief

The voters approved Prop. I last fall to support tenants and affordable housing, but the mayor says she will use the money for her own priorities.

A trailblazing lesbian hero’s story, finally coming to film

Sally Gearhart's incredible, multifaceted life—lesbian separatist, gay lib icon, sci-fi author—gets a doc.

Beyond Didion: Alta Journal’s monthly California Book Club expands Golden State canon

'The idea is to fill in the textures and the flavors and the voices' of history and life in the West.

Leaders under 30: SF Youth Commissioner Jayden Tanaka on valuing diverse young voices

A high school student talks about the role of young people in the political process -- and why we need more affordable housing.