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‘Best Available’: For theater lovers, uncomfortable in all the right ways

Shotgun Players' production wends through the tangle of absurdities of being artistic in a capitalist world.

Screen Grabs: Doc Stories fest sheds light in these fact-challenged times

Plus: King Crimson at 50, escaping North Korea in 'Beyond Utopia,' Robert Irwin's diaphanous art, more new movies

Tanya Donelly of Belly: ‘You can’t see the continuum until emerging from the river’

The alternative rock hero speaks about making '90s-defining albums—and what it was like for women in the industry

Screen Grabs: Bold, Black, beautiful—and invisible in the fashion industry

Telling the supermodel stories of Bethann Hardison and Donyale Luna. Plus: 'Fair Play' questions love with a vengeance

Black Power history told through a story of love and family in ‘Stayed on Freedom’

Dan Berger's book traces the journey of Zoharah Simmons and Michael Simmons—and challenges perceptions

Best of the Bay 2022 Editors’ Pick: Jeunée Simon

The actor creates safe spaces of excellence, expression, and diversity in every production she graces.

Screen Grabs: With ‘To Leslie,’ Andrea Riseborough proves she can do anything

Plus: 'Triangle of Sadness' skewers society, 'Hinterland' is 'Se7en' via Dr. Caligari, 'Kratt' is definitely not for kids.

Scream something: BAMPFA projects women’s rage in ‘Outcry’

Photographer Whitney Bradshaw's series captures a range of bellows against the patriarchy.

Screen Grabs: Tween screams—and other late-summer hits and misses

A crucial abortion-at-the-border doc, 'Summering' recalls a gender-switched 'Stand By Me,' plus more new releases.

OMCA’s ‘Hella Feminist’ Meets The Moment On This Summer’s Most Timely Issue

After Roe's reversal, an essential new exhibit explores the four major waves of feminism through a Bay Area lens