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‘Guys and Dolls’ gambles and wins, shining up tarnished material

SF Playhouse brings warmth, dedication to gangster musical most might only remember from high school.

New report says we can’t save the planet without taxing the rich

Oxfam says there is no such thing as an effective climate plan that isn't also an economic equality plan.

Save the Redstone Building!

The historic building has housed progressive groups for decades. Can it survive a a home for the left?

Arts Forecast: A refuge for refugee art in the Mission

Refugee Eye opens eyes. Plus: Shipwreck Week, Kafana Balkan, Hard French, Recombinant Fest, CounterPulse Fest, more to do!

How will the city implement forced treatment for people with mental illness?

Plus: Does the Mayor's Office have a real homelessness plan—and what's going to happen new to Laguna Honda Hospital? That's The Agenda this week

Good Taste: Vegan Hood Chefs and ChiliCali seek support

How to help two fantastic women-owned businesses survive and thrive after hardships.

‘Weed’ sparks up candid cannabis education for young people—and the rest of us

Caitlin Donohue's latest book for teens takes a big picture view of cannabis policy and culture in the Americas

‘The Petal’ explores slippery imagery, through cyanotype and hydrograph

At Et al. etc, Misa Chhan and Lyric Shen' stitched fabric, image transfers, BDSM practices, and dye resists

Dorsey attack on wellness center signals larger issues in SF’s new War on Drugs

The mayor, the DA, and the Tech Right want to revive a failed policy—and maybe go after local judges.

Screen Grabs: Can’t we all just grow up a little?

Young people in crisis in 'Amanda,' 'Afire,' 'War Pony,' and, of course, 'Dude Bro Massacre III'