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How to tell a joke in Palestine: Arab American Comedy Fest brings essential connection

Co-founders Maysoon Zayid and Dean Obeidallah talk about 20 years of using laughs to transcend hatred.

How do you spell ‘Real Housewives’ trouble? Two T’s, please.

Fired Bravo stars Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge blaze again with a podcast, live show, and plenty of dish

Get into Flawless moves at the 25th Annual Hip-Hop DanceFest

Marlon Wallen's UK crew has performed for the Royal Family, while 'changing the narrative' of British dance

The case for ‘So I Married an Axe Murderer’ as the best SF film of all time

North Beach cappuccinos, Alamo Square breakups, Fog City Diner, pre-tech rents—the 1993 Mike Myers film deserves the crown.

Brasileiro blast: Brazilian legends electrify the Bay

Ride the wave with concerts from Arthur Verocai, Seu Jorge, Bebel Gilberto, Daniel Jobim, and Rogê

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest regenerates with a ’70s sci-fi classic

A new version of the fest springs up around Earth Day. Plus: two very different Aussie flicks and 'All the Old Knives' reviewed

And yet we signed: Behind the letter to the president of Nicaragua

Hundreds who spent the 1980s doing Sandinista solidarity work are now condemning Daniel Ortega's new wave of political repression. Here's why.

Club mogul accused of vigilante homeless sweep says he did nothing wrong

Peter Glikshtern says he called private trash crew to encampment, insists he was justified by city inaction.

’80s troubadour Colin Hay is still a man at work

Singer Colin Hay could have written Men at Work’s first major hit “Who Can It Be Now?” anywhere. But there was something about conceiving it...

Arts Forecast: Hip-Hop (Dance Fest) hurray! + more

I'm old enough to remember rappers on Fillmore corners and TURF dancers in Oakland intersections. The homeboys gathered on my stoop throughout the day...