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Tagged with: Mission District

Killing My Lobster sketches a decade of laughs, coked-up Spiderman and all

In 'Best of KML,' the venerable comedy troupe revisits some greatest hits—just don't toss that baby out the window.

J.L. King’s bold, curious art doesn’t shy from the peculiar

'Weird can be good, to me,' says the San Francisco oil painter, who calls her spirited art 'trick the mind.'

Arts Forecast: Two-Spirit Powwow, Antiquarian Book Fair, Mink Stole, fabulous arepas

Plus: Lovers Lane, Audium Voices, Music for 12 Pianos, Fresh Fest, Qaotiq, more wondrous things to do

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

Ode to Uptown: RIP, feisty bar for punks and lefties

The legendary almost-40-year-old bar went out with tipsy adieus, sidewalk fiddlers, and a reminder of ongoing Mission gentrification.

Disposable razors, oversize IUDs: Annie Duncan plumbs intimacy of everyday objects

Painter and ceramicist explores crux of beauty and toxicity within femininity's rubric.

Opinion: The Valencia Street center bike lane was a mistake and has to go

It's bad for cyclists, bad for small business, and shows the need for SFMTA reform.

Greening Bayview, one tree at a time

Friends of the Urban Forest tries slowly to restore an urban canopy in a neighborhood with little greenery.

Track by track, the Bay runs the court on ‘NBA2K’ series

E-40, Too $hort, Zion I, Snow Tha Product... The 2K franchise has fused hip-hop and gaming for decades. Here's the playlist

Live Shots: Cypress Hill smoked out the Fox in honor of ‘Black Sunday’

The Latino hip-hop pioneers celebrated 30 years of their massive album, with some classic gothic-hood flavor and plenty of highs