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Screen Grabs: Jewish Film Fest–from rare 1920s silent to feisty sock puppet

44th installment moves from Castro Theater, but still presents astonishingly varied tales. Here's our guide.

Media Week: Joe Biden, the party ‘elite,’ and the reality of big political money

Working-class voters seem less and less interested in a Democratic candidate who won't challenge the basic assumptions of neoliberalism.

Freaky pharaoh of electro Egyptian Lover heats up the Meltdown

Legendary DJ and beat-maker on the early '80s LA rap scene, breaking the 808, and coming to Mosswood Park.

Screen Grabs: ‘Janet Planet,’ and other cosmic mysteries of the human relationship

'Chestnut' and 'This Closeness' dig into contemporary 20something affairs; 'The Devil's Bath' goes back to 1750.

Under the Stars: Sylvester shall sing again

Plus: Carlos Niño's collab album with Andre3000 and friends, Arooj Aftab returns, Sis channels Sri Aurobindo. New music!

Our Ultimate Pride Guide 2024 is bustin’ out all over

30+ parties, arts events, and activities to boot up your sassy queer season—even if you're boycotting!

Juneteenth reading of ‘3rd & Palou’ humanized 1966 Hunters Point Uprising

Biko Eisen-Martin's thrilling work-in-progress play is 'based on the world immediately outside the exit doors.'

Burning Man is getting dirtier and dirtier

New data show carbon pollution way up in Black Rock City — until the rainstorm hit last year

A truly bizarre debate on rent control at the Board of Supes

Stefani, Dorsey argue that protecting tenants is somehow a Nimby plot to block new housing.

Zanele Mulholi pictures queer South Africa in all its joy and tragedy

The photographer's bold show at SFMOMA turns their camera toward LGTBQ+ friends and community members.