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The big billionaire-backed mayoral debate is becoming the Losers Show

Breed won't go. Peskin won't go. Lurie might not go. Here's what that means for the mayor's race.

There’s nothing to stop AI election deep fakes in San Francisco right now

State and local law are lagging while technology explodes—and is a real threat.

Tough budget times in a city full of rich people who don’t pay even remotely fair taxes ….

... plus AI and local elections, the crisis in the jails, and can the zoo really handle pandas? That's The Agenda for May 12-19

The alarming agenda of the big-money folks trying to take over SF

New report tracks the anti-union, anti-tax, pro-police program that a small number of very rich people want to impose on SF in the name of "moderate" politics.

After ‘painful’ preparation, ‘Blue Door’ opens onto Black men’s complex life in US

Director Darryl V. Jones on creating the soundtrack of generational haunting at Aurora Theatre Company.

‘Portrait of a Woman’ tells of unlikely champ for 18th century art equality

Bay Area-based author Bridget Quinn explains why she visited one of her subject's paintings 'every day for years.'

Supreme Court hears critical case on homeless policy (SF wants to legalize sweeps) …

... Plus: Is the SF Zoo really capable of hosting pandas, and is the city ready to start letting developers off the hook for the impacts their projects create? That's The Agenda for April 24-31

Screen Grabs: SFFILM Fest unleashes Dizzy Gillespie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, June Squibb

If the truism “less is more” really applies, this just might be a great year for SFFILM (Wed/24 through Sun/28), the storied organization—Oldest Film Festival...

Wiener tries to fundraise—for himself—from Peskin mayoral campaign announcement

Plus: Will the right-wing candidates really do an anti-Peskin RCV strategy?

Screen Grabs: Strap yourself in for a harrowing ‘Civil War’

Plus: 'The Beast,' 'The People's Joker,' 'Arcadian,' 'Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World,' more new movies