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Media Week: Why is Haney’s dubious campaign spending not a bigger story?

Plus: If SF is the worst-run city in the country, the data doesn't show it.

At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

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

Screen Grabs: The revelatory, overwhelming, and a little scary world of Luther Price

Looking back at the filmmaker who freaked everyone out. Plus: an Agnes Varda retrospective and recent Mexican movies

André 3000 spoke another language at Bimbo’s

In the first of five local shows, the Outkast star improvised with friends, babbled glossolalia, and warned that the audience was being sampled.

City workers rally against Breed’s budget cuts

Labor unions talk about billions in outside contracts—but the local tax system needs to be on the table, starting now.

In ‘Portal,’ John King tells the strange and wondrous saga of the Ferry Building

Beloved landmark came with surprising amount of drama and alternate realities, vividly detailed in Chron critic's new book.

Live Shots: What the Great Dickens? The Victorian Christmas Fair returns

Sip some mead, tie a knot, boot the cat, taste a banger, and get down with Fezziwig at the 39th annual immersive holiday affair

Screen Grabs: Buckle up for Werner Herzog, baby

A tribute to the master of extremes. Plus: Trans Film Fest enlightens on a global scale, Berlin & Beyond goes beyond

SF march draws tens of thousands in solidarity with people in Palestine

"From Palestine to the Philippines, stop the US war machines!" rang out through the Civic Center on Saturday.