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Arts Forecast: Choose your own adventure in a city full of wonders

Lila Downs, Front Line Assembly, Kronos Quartet, Rob Reger, Chinese Pioneers, Punk in the 'Loin, more terrific doings this week

Local conference looks to shake up publishing, with a focus on access and equity

Publishers Professional Network gathering celebrates vibrancy of the book business while invoking a better future

Party Radar: Riveting ‘Raver Girl’ flashes back to the ’90s underground scene

Author Samantha Durbin follows the map points of her party life. Plus: Turtle Bugg, T4T, Oliver Koletzki, Quiche!, more functions

Dhaya Lakshminarayanan laughs last on stereotype-smashing debut stand-up album

Recorded at SF's Punchline club, 'Dhayatribe' eviscerates hecklers—and praises the resiliency of the almighty Cheech and Chong.

They just weren’t ready, Betty: A tribute to “bad boy” Davis

Honoring the queen of funk's next-level sounds, her defiance of sexual norms—even the Bay Area pedigree of her collaborators.

Screen Grabs: A ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’… of influencers?

Plus: Two outrageous retro classics and three indie horrors that caught our eye (if not our hearts)

Read an excerpt from an SF Indiefest award-winning local screenplay

In 'Swipe,' a recovering agoraphobe with OCD navigates the Millennial dating scene in search of love.

Screen Grabs: One of the best films of the year is sneaking into theaters

Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s Flee has swept many a Best Documentary Feature award already (at least those not claimed by Summer of Soul), which is something of a...

Don’t blame progressives for problems like homelessness, drugs, and crime

Neoliberal mayors and their failed market-based policies have created the crisis that the left is now trying to solve.

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.