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The White House Correspondents Dinner: A view from the inside

Falling in love with political satire at 13 was no coincidence — it was a sign of the times I was growing up in spite...

‘Gone, Gone Beyond’ manifests formlessness through 360° cinematic collage

At Gray Area, People Like Us and the CineChamber offer an immersive spatial experience that aims to transcend time and fixed meaning.

At CAAMFest, Chinatown justice, rock heroes, turf dance battles, more diverse Asian stories

The 40th edition of the Center for Asian American Media fest highlights valuable history as it continues to look forward.

Does SFPD policy really allow a beating like Decari Spiers received?

A jury found Officer Stangel not guilty and a training officer said he did nothing wrong. That's not how I read the department's official policy.

Why don’t we treat all refugees as if they were Ukrainian?

It was inevitable that when brown-skinned Afghan refugees fleeing war were turned away from European borders over the past few years, the callous actions of these...

Everything you were never told about Veteran’s Day

t was once about peace. Now it's about a brutal, bloated military that doesn't really care about its veterans.

Legendary lesbian adult filmmaker Nan Kinney talks past and present of XXX

San Francisco PornFilmFestival screens her 1993 safe sex classic 'Safe is Desire,' which spotlights dental dams and pegging pleasure.

Party Radar: Hallo-wheee! 10+ frightfully fun freakfests this weekend

A bonkers bonanza of savage bashes on SF's favorite holiday.

Arts Forecast: Robot hair metal, drag pumpkins, the best New Wave…

Plus: Persian techno, Litquake continues, Trolley Dances, two terrific dance festivals on film, more

Screen Grabs: ‘The Velvet Underground’ is instantly one of the great rock docs

Plus: Beautiful 'Mustangs,' wrenching 'Jacinta,' the riveting story of the Thai cave rescue, more