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40 years ago, Eurythmics conquered the world with ‘Sweet Dreams’

It's as simple-yet-complex as a DNA chain and immediately evocative of a neophyte American cable channel committed to showing music videos 24 hours a...

48 sources of joy in 2022, from velvety jazz to young voters and plant-based cuisine

Food, tunes, talks, and more. How did your year highlights match up with our writer's?

Connie Champagne roasts some holiday chestnuts in ‘It’s Judy for Xmas!’

The cabaret groundbreaker inhabits iconic chanteuse Judy Garland in all her jingle-jangle glory at Martuni's

Arts Forecast: Throw those studios open wide! (And lots more to do)

Open Studios everywhere! Plus: Lit Crawl, Pop-Up Mag, Kind of Blue Revue, Trolley Dances, Death Cab for Cutie, Grace Cathedral Sound Bath, more great events this week

Party Radar: As You Like It returns, The Foundry reboots, Andy Tonken tribute, more

Direct to Earth with SPFDJ, Sunset Picnic, Prince Wolf fundraiser, Carl Craig, Quiche, Castro Street Fair ... it's fall party time

I didn’t sign Mayor Breed’s condolence book for Queen Elizabeth

The British Empire was brutal and racist, and the wealth of the Crown mostly stolen.

Marke B.’s ULTIMATE PRIDE GUIDE 2022

Films, parties, shows, parties, art, parties, and more—don't forget to thank your elders for paving the way, and stay safe out there.

Neon pop, watercolor superstars: Kelly Inouye’s ‘MTV Generation’ paints a cultural moment

Gender fluidity, sexual politics, racial struggle, media power are encapsulated in the artist's gorgeous works. Plus, Boy George!

With a flash of ‘Swan Lake’ feathers, Helgi Tómasson departs SF Ballet

A cannily chosen classic brings glamour, tragedy, and hope as the company's artistic director bids farewell.

Screen Grabs: Vikings vs Nic Cage in a war of the cult flicks

'The Northman' and 'The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent' will bring geeky delight to their respective cinephile fandoms