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Fierce environmental champions: Meet the 2021 Goldman Prize winners

Six real-life heroes who have pushed back against global disaster, from Louisiana's 'Cancer Alley' to Malawi's plastics crisis.

Arts Forecast: The show goes on!

Juneteenth in-person and online, plus 'Manifesto,' the Symphony returns, 'Genderation,' Queer Visions, more. Breathe in!

Arts Forecast: Walk gently into reopening with Kronos Festival and Pop-Up Mag

SOUNDWALK and 'The Sidewalk Issue' get you outside. Plus: Performing Diaspora, Flor Y Canto fest, Out of Site, more

Screen Grabs: Pride accelerates with trans student athletes in ‘Changing the Game’ doc

Plus: Trans opera, Moomin creator bio-pic, and a questionable reboot of British empire adventure film.

Ruach Graffis, legendary SF cab driver and organizer, is dead at 74

Labor activist ends her life with dignity, surrounded by friends.

Her childhood in Russia’s Arkhangelsk region inspires Nadezda’s haunting art

The painter channels mysterious, mystic imagery from a cat's dinner song, or the shadows around her sink.

SF Opera returns—with a lakeside, drive-in production of ‘Barber of Seville’

Director Matthew Ozawa reflects on his art form's new normal: “Sometimes it gets cold at night, and there’s a lovely duck that loves to say hello.”

Screen Grabs: Tragedies of global market capitalism on display

From Lesotho to Ohio, new films draw a damning through-line. Plus: Oscar nominated shorts

Oversight — of Recology, the Ferris Wheel deal ….

... and commercial landlords. Plus the Chron's neo-liberal editorial page editor retires. That's The Agenda for March 15-22.

Screen Grabs: Sometimes, a deliciously absurd film is all you need

The squirming abdominals of 'Bloody Hell' joust with Chinese super-production 'Skyfire' and hotel-scare 'Climate of the Hunter' for this week's most ludicrous new release.