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SF Opera tackles mass shootings and class privilege in ‘Innocence’

It’s sadly inevitable that the US will not only experience another horrific mass shooting sometime soon, but also that the only headline to really...

Fresh Meat Fest chops it up with fierce bomba, deaf drag, queer taiko

23rd edition of groundbreaking queer-trans arts festival continues to grow with thrilling diversity and up-and-coming talent.

What the latest mayoral poll really shows

Farrell says he's leading; the numbers are not so clear.

SF not ready for major neighborhood flooding that’s starting to happen

Report says Breed Administration isn't dealing with the full reality of sea-level rise

Three candidates running to the right, one trying to be visible—and Aaron Peskin

That was the lineup for the first major mayoral debate, which made clear where the political lines are going to be drawn.

Arts Forecast: The EndUp turns 50—bring back the jockey shorts dance contest!

Plus: Broadway Bares, Skip Spence tribute, La Peña 49th, SF Succulent Expo, CupcakKe, Bonobo, more to do!

Supes approve Breed’s police commissioner—and a dubious plan to raise money for the zoo

Mayor gets the right to ask companies like PG&E for donations to fund her panda pen.

Author Oren Kroll-Zeldin on Israel, Palestine, social justice—and the next generation of Jewish Americans

USF professor talks about new book 'Unsettled,' and the concept of co-resistance for a shared future.

Good Taste: La Cocina pivots Tenderloin space, and its awesome chefs are everywhere

As a new chapter begins for the nonprofit incubator, here's where to find its global flavor purveyors.

The ferocious, precocious musical odyssey of ‘Bette Davis Eyes’

Sultry synth classic resurfaces with singer Katrina Woolverton and original producer Val Garay at helm