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Handsome robots, encroaching void: Kate Folk charts dystopic dating in ‘Out There’

The local author's android characters, designed to seduce women and steal their data, are coming soon to a screen near you

Academia, displacement, and the dorm-industrial complex

From Columbia's Manhattanville to UC Berkeley in People's Park, luxury student housing can lead to gentrification

Redistricting process could change, dramatically, in Friday meeting

The entire redistricting process was thrown into an uproar yesterday, as the Elections Commission set a special meeting for Friday/8 to decide if it...

Party Radar: Riveting ‘Raver Girl’ flashes back to the ’90s underground scene

Author Samantha Durbin follows the map points of her party life. Plus: Turtle Bugg, T4T, Oliver Koletzki, Quiche!, more functions

Under the Stars: Automatic returns, SF Music Day resounds…

Under the Stars is a quasi-weekly column that presents new music releases, upcoming shows, and a number of other adjacent items. We keep moving...

Fighting the Oakland school closures

If I hadn’t had a school to go to with teachers and free breakfast as a houseless child, I literally couldn’t have made it through my life.

Review: Volcanic ‘Mrs. Robinson’ heads up Helgi Tómasson’s final SF Ballet season

Longtime artistic director exits with flag firmly planted in 21st century, but who can resist Balanchine's 'Symphony in C'?

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.

Homelessness—and failed solutions— in Salt Lake City and Denver

Sweeps and attacks on the unhoused are not just happening in the Bay Area; it's a national problem.

Screen Grabs: Kenny Scharf doc explores irrepressible art star’s colorful ride

Plus: A Macedonian-Belgian-Slovenian-Croatian-French women's empowerment tale, the farcical howls of 'Werewolves Within,' more