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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

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Director Luke Gilford on ‘National Anthem’: Not his first queer rodeo

'It’s been 20 years since Brokeback Mountain and it’s time for more authentic representations of rural queerness.'

In tapestries of Bay Area street life, Dance Doyle weaves a world

Artist channels interviewees'—and their own—experiences with houselessness, addiction onto the loom.

Pancakes, party favors, and animatronic wolves? ‘Fantastico’!

At Casemore Gallery, Lindsey White uses sparkling humor and magic to plumb deeper issues of local artmaking.

Celebrity portraitist Tom Zimberoff turns his lens to nature’s riptide

He used to think of the beach as a background player for his star-studded snaps. Now in Outer Sunset, he sees it leads.

The kid from Plainfield: Irving Penn retrospective captures him capturing us

De Young retrospective shows how the photographer built a time capsule of humanity in San Francisco and far beyond.

With CubaCaribe Fest, an explosion of necessary joy and resistance

18th colorful installment will honor revolutionary expressions of culture across the Afro-Caribbean diaspora.

Screen Grabs: Past pieties, present violence, future songs

Intricate 'Kidnapped,' gory 'In a Violent Nature,' and gorgeous 'Songs of Earth' span the chronological spectrum.

Pickleball, cheesecake, Tiki drinks: SF DocFest serves up every flavor

23rd installment dishes out plenty from locals, plus TV Unarians, queer Roma, Thomas Kinkade, more

A photographer documents life on a tough Tenderloin corner with dignity

Residents of the Jones and Ellis area feel seen through the work of Harry Williams, Jr., and a new mural of his portraits.

How Irving Penn brought the world to his studio—and vice versa

de Young retrospective teases out sheer range of the photographer's lens.