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48 sources of joy in 2022, from velvety jazz to young voters and plant-based cuisine

Food, tunes, talks, and more. How did your year highlights match up with our writer's?

What does Breed plan to do about the overdose crisis?

Plus: The future of Laguna Honda, racist police traffic stops, and the farce that is the city's Housing Element. That's The Agenda for Dec. 11-18

Anti Police-Terror Project redistributes $3.5 million gift towards Black self-determination

Social justice non-profits plus individuals and families impacted by state violence received the much-needed funds.

SF rappers unite on Halloween weekend to support Prop M

'Full House(s)' show brought attention to vacant homes—and drew some of today's biggest hip-hop talents

Screen Grabs: Heed the Irish ‘Banshees’

Plus: Jessica Chastain shines in very good 'Good Nurse,' a very timely 'Call Jane,' elliptical 'Aftersun,' more new movies

Honey Mahogany talks about Treasure Island finances and how to make the project work

D6 candidate supports the unpopular toll, but knows more about the complex situation than the incumbent, Matt Dorsey.

How much military-style equipment does the SFPD really need—and for what?

Tanks, assault rifles, chemical projectiles ... the supes have a chance to weigh in on the inventory and the rules. That's The Agenda for Oct. 23 to 30.

There’s not much care in Newsom’s CARE court

Governor Gavin Newsom’s CARE Courts are now law. He signed the legislation on September 14.  Senate Bill 1338, a Newsom proposal, will create a specialized court where...

Post-punk trio Automatic brought the heat at SF gig

Sweat dripped during their show at The Chapel—blame it on the irresistible New/No Wave verve

Screen Grabs: ‘Pearl’ aims for down-home Technicolor chills

Plus: Korean SUV-driving cyborgs from 1380, post-colonial African horror, and a creepy Danish tale of misplaced trust. New movies!