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Reconnect with the Bay: Our readers’ favorite things to do now we’re back

Here's what you told us you couldn't wait to do in the wake of reopening.

California could vastly expand affordable broadband — if the Legislature acts now

Gov. Newsom has asked for money for expanding accessible Internet service all over the state. The Legislature is stalling.

Review: In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ disturbing ripples from artificial intelligence

Excellent De Young show reveals technology's ties to oppressive tactics—and art's to the arms trade

Facebook’s housing echo chamber

Zuckerberg money funds news outlets that repeat Zuckerberg group's supply-side position on the housing crisis.

Tasty, perfect local gifts for people who eat (and drink)

From edible bouquets to Oakland spice—a tasteful roundup of goods made close to home, starting at $5.

Andy Shauf’s cutting-edge ‘Clove Cigarette’ video skitters with dreamlike scenarios

Cutting-edge technology helps celebrated Toronto signer-songwriter explore what is real and what is imagined.

New Music: I, Ced maps the funky zigs and zags of modern romance

Los Angeles artist I, Ced, who's been a fixture on the session musician track since leaving St. Louis, Missouri in 2001 and arriving in...

Asian American women artists on creativity, activism—and COVID racism

While the Asian Art Museum, like other arts institutions, is closed during the COVID crisis, the staff is stepping up its museuming from home,...

Why Richmond said No to coal

On Tuesday, January 14, to the delight of environmentalists and health advocates and the consternation of the coal industry, the Richmond City Council passed...

The Chron’s robo-journalism

It looked just like so many other short news briefs in the San Francisco Chronicle; straightforward, factual, a little boring. A modest earthquake struck...