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Shanti Charan jokes to fight recidivism for people in Bay Area jails

The local comedian-educator uses humor as a tool when teaching college-level courses at Elmwood Correctional Facility.

Finally, Native American land returned to Native Americans in Berkeley

At the ancient Berkeley shellmound, the Lisjan people get back their sacred land.

Tiny homes with giant restrictions are not a solution to homelessness

Tiny tombs, I mean tiny homes Not a place to call our own  Tiny tombs better describes the triggerr of those jail-like rooms  The InsideNOTsafe is a...

Good Taste: A year of eating internationally, at home

Indonesian-Texas BBQ in Alameda, regional Chinese in Los Angeles, Palestinian in NYC— highlights from the last 12 months bring the world closer.

Good Taste: Hot donut summer, Cliff House redo—tuck into our 2024 dining preview

Mark up your calendar for these highly anticipated Bay Area debuts and reopenings.

Save the Redstone Building!

The historic building has housed progressive groups for decades. Can it survive a a home for the left?

Maya Kabat paints the crazy quilt of urban patterns and puzzles

'It’s about how control and chaos run up against each other,' says the North Berkeley artist

Who really owns the disputed parcel of land in the Mission District?

Plus: The Castro Theater battle moves to the Planning Commission and Historic Preservation Commission. That's The Agenda for June 11-18.

Arts Forecast: Celebrating AAPI Month, hailing the next generation of SF filmmakers

Plus: Catch a gospel documentary, learn the history of ramen—maybe even pick up clogging?

Killing My Lobster gives good oral history in ‘Mythed Opportunity’

Ancient Egypt, Ghana, the Incas, Shen Yun, and Vanessa Carlton's 'A Thousand Miles'? The improv troupe delights