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What the Khashoggi case tells us about terrorism

Violence is only a big issue when it's done by our enemies.

Edge of Sixxteen: ‘Sleazy, salacious’ party goes out with a bang at 20

DJs Jenny and Omar pull the plug on their raucous rock club, Fri/19, right when it leaves its wild teen years.

Join us Thursday, October 18, for live music and pre-election cheer

The Deadliners headline a neighborly fundraiser for 48 Hills—and a shot of energy as we face the midterms!

Party Radar: El Rio’s 40th, Bardot-A-Go-Go, Juliana Huxtable …

Mercury Soul, Breakbot, Daedelus, Aurora Halal, more. Plus: updates on Elbo Room, SFPD's hip-hop crackdown, and Halloween.

New study says rent control doesn’t discourage new housing

USC researchers say the data shows that Prop. 10 wouldn't stifle housing production. That's a direct challenge to the real-estate industry campaign

Arts Forecast: Behold, the mighty Litquake!

Plus: Open Studios, Forbidden Futures, Treasure Island Music Fest, Street Food Fest, Moby Dick Marathon, more

Screen Grabs: Mill Valley, SF Dance, Drunken Film Fests ….

FU: Filmmakers delight, Calling All Earthlings, tributes to Satjajit Ray and Antonio Lopez, Queercore, more new films

Who supports real rent control — and environmental justice in Bayview?

Plus: Do we need Whole Foods or housing on Jackson and Van Ness? That's The Agenda for Oct. 1 to Oct. 7

‘Monsters and Men’ lays out why they kneel

New movie engagingly dramatizes the Black experience of police brutality, from three different points of view.

Statewide tenant group celebrates ten years of organizing

Friday night event celebrates the first effort to organize California renters since the 1980s