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Screen Grabs: 90 years ago, a ‘Black Cat’ slunk in from the future

Plus Ralph Fiennes' Macbeth, 'Evil Does Not Exist,' 'H2: The Occupation Lab,' 'Terrestrial Verses,' more movies

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.

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...

‘Look Me in the Eyes’ confronts the phantasmagoria of Kurdish history

At ICA SF, Hayv Kahraman employs haunting metaphors, conveying a surreal mythology of female figures.

From casting director to portraitist: Jiab Prachakul finds spirit beneath surface

Scenes of family ties and bar flies populate walls in new show 'Simplicity/Complexity' at Micki Meng.

In SF Opera’s ‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs,’ a dial-up portrait of a complex Goliath

The trademark jeans and turtleneck are there, but details are as thin as an iPhone in new opera

Screen Grabs: Hop aboard ‘the world’s only sailing movie theater’

Plus: Merylthon, Scumdance, Bay swimming, MFK Fischer eating, 'Farewell, My Concubine' restored, more movies

Boxing with parenthood and prejudice, plus puppet, in ‘Wolf Play’

In a perfect world, the ability to choose one’s own family would be on par with the acknowledgement of your biological kin. The excuse...

Corporate propaganda has cost 90 percent of US residents $47 trillion. Here’s why

Eminent science historian Naomi Oreskes talks about business, government, and her groundbreaking new book, 'The Big Myth.'

State Supreme Court rules in favor of district elections for local government

Ruling could be a blow to billionaire efforts to take control of San Francisco.