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‘Blue Door’ brilliantly worms out the mundane intricacies of Black self-hatred

At Aurora, Michael J. Asberry gives one of his best performances as an Ivy League prof haunted by valiant ancestors.

In simple cardboard, Ann Weber finds endless resiliency and expression

‘How far can I build this before it collapses?’ the artist asks of sculptures made from scavenged shipping material.

Striking probe of colorism leads to artist’s first solo show—at MoAD, no less

CCA grad Mary Graham's 'Value Test: Brown Paper' locates universal story through Black past.

Live Shots: Jigs galore, maypole madness at Céilí on the Lake’s Beltane celebration

Waterside Gaelic fête declares spring has sprung—and now it's time to shear the sheep.

Matmos drops in for tea and jockstraps

Radical sound-collage duo dish on their roots in SF's wild '90s nightlife scene as debut 'In Lo-Fidelity' hits 30.

Big Treasure Island developers seek $115 million city bailout

Deal would tie up all of SF's borrowing authority for three years—and could cost the taxpayers millions.

Under the Stars: Whip out that local support for Bandcamp Friday

Remi Wolf, Umbrellas, R.E Seraphin, Torrey, more deserve your lavish attention. Plus: We need that Talking Heads reunion, stat.

Citizens advisory committee presses Navy for answers on Hunters Point Shipyard

Military’s five-year review of clean-up and reuse plan reveals continued challenges for the toxic site.

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.

Under the Stars: Forget Macy’s—look to our musical ecosystem for SF’s revival

When I attended Sweater Funk, the iconic San Francisco night that celebrates boogie, two-step, and modern funk—strictly on vinyl, mind you—on March 2, it...