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Playwright Ashley Smiley takes on neighborhood diplacement and Tesla-stamped MDMA

Her 'Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad' at Magic Theatre is a personal take on gentrification and the city's loss.

Arts Forecast: The cool, clear eye of Wolfgang Tillmans

Plus: Flatstock, Afrolicious, Conrad Tao, Luis Miguel Garcia-Mispireta, Branford Marsalis, Chiquimamani-Condori, more

Reading List: 10 books that recently shook us up

The most unforgettable stories come from disruptive tomes. Featuring: Anne Enright, mimi tempestt, Jesmyn Ward, more.

Ode to Uptown: RIP, feisty bar for punks and lefties

The legendary almost-40-year-old bar went out with tipsy adieus, sidewalk fiddlers, and a reminder of ongoing Mission gentrification.

New Music Book Club launches! Join us

Online community features interviews and insights from writers like Ann Powers, Dan Charnas, Danyel Smith, Pamela Des Barres, and DJ Disciple

Under the Stars: Farewell to Mission dive Uptown (and its adventurous jukebox)

Plus: Never too early for Mill Valley Music Fest tix, Folktronica takes Sweets Ballroom, foamboy drops Kaytranada-inspired beat, more.

10 cult classics: Books on charismatic leaders to nourish your squint-eyed cynicism

Popularity of follower docs aside, unraveling sects might be best as a book-length pursuit. Here are titles that take on the task.

Lorraine Hansberry Theatre stages Black women’s healing with joyful jeté

Artistic director Margo Hall celebrates company's mentorship opportunities and high-spirited holiday production 'Soulful Christmas.'

No words: Savor the Castro’s last moments as movie palace with ‘A Day of Silents’

Start off with 10am all-cartoon bill, and stay for slapstick, swashbuckle, and romantical burlesque on the beloved screen.

In ‘The Return,’ James Terry pens a lush, tragic ‘coming-of-old-age’ story

Novella's UC professor protagonist must brave modern cacophony, despite silent film obsession.