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At 70, North Beach Festival celebrates groundbreaking artisan origins

Originally organized by makers seeing more exposure, the fair claims first in closing off an entire street for art.

Six HUGE reasons to become a 48hills member today

Fearless reporting, unparalleled local arts coverage, Best of the Bay... We're not just a pretty face. Join us!

Are cars, buses, bikes, small businesses, and safe walking a zero-sum game?

Or is there a way to make SF really a transit-first city without making a lot of people miserable?

Partying at the altar of Anh Phoong: Packed crowd hails billboard queen at the Stud

Newly reopened queer bar's Whatever party welcomed attorney icon with mimes, caviar, and AI anthems.

Master of samples Carl Stone returns, accompanied by car-long ‘Hurdy Grande’

The 71-year-old musical pioneer inaugurates the West Oakland Sound Series with experimental gusto.

Arts Forecast: The Stud is finally reopening—come get a sneak peek!

Plus: RIP Rumi Missabu, The Blessed Madonna, Dalit Dreamlands, KPFA's 75th anniversary, Drunk Drag, Chocolate Festival, more

Good Taste: Spring brings new and returning food festivals

POC Food and Wine, Cinco de Mayo by Al Pastor Papi, Harajuku Foodie Fest, more dates with local deliciousness

Good Taste: Made from scratch? New brunch spot offers novelty in pre-packaged era

Early to Rise gets back to basics—don't skip the tangerine pudding and apple butter French toast.

Why immigrants are worried about SF’s Proposition E

The measure would undermine the Sanctuary City policies.

Noise Pop report: Seablite grabbed center stage at the Chapel with hypnogogic glee

Full of psychedelic alt-'90s energy, the locals perfectly complemented headliner Laetitia Sadier and Broun Fellinis' sax.