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2000s dancing in 2024? Fringe party still gives electric feels

The Saturday, celebrate 15 brilliant years of Killers, Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more indie dance darlings.

Under the Stars: ‘If you don’t like the city, you can leave the city, sir’

SECRET SECRET lays it out. Plus: Ambrose Akinmusire, The Pretenders, Norio Maeda—and Jaye P. Morgan from 'Match Game'?

At 81, Meredith Monk contemplates her next big move: looking back

'The irony is, you examine your life, but you might die doing it,' says revered multi-genre artist in rare interview.

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.

48hills wins four prestigious California Journalism Awards

Our local writers garnered citations in Environmental Reporting, Music Reporting, and Food Writing. Check them out!

The supes vote on an imperfect, but much better, budget …

... plus new affordable housing and a series of City Charter amendments. That's The Agenda for July 14-21

Willed an envelope stuffed with cash, he sparked new musical ‘Inheritances’

Pianist Adam Tendler faced the loss of his father by commissioning new works from an all-star roster of contemporary composers.

Arts Forecast: 10 terrific things to do this weekend

Foodwise Summer Bash, Central American Pie, Dark Entries 15th, Bardot A Go Go, Tenderloin Pride, Hard Reset, more.

A Route 66 trip to Steinbeck country spurred Octavio Solis’ ‘Mother Road’

'Things still felt like, yeah, this is America during the Depression,' says playwright, whose latest is at Berkeley Rep.

Screen Grabs: Migrants snagged in a deadly web of politics at ‘Green Border’

Plus: 'Longlegs' offers solid thrills, 'The Convert' tackles New Zealand colonization, Frozen Film Fest crackles, more movies