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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?

Under the Stars: Sheila E., Snoop Dogg, The Streets prove some classics still shine

Plus: New sounds from Los Bitchos, Allysha Joy, Ian Carey & Wood Metal Plastic—and RIP Rev. Cecil Williams.

The Great Migration travels beyond South to North in ‘Movement in Every Direction’

A BAMPFA show expands how we think about one of the biggest mass movements in US history.

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Ranger, activist, housewife, centenarian: ‘Sign My Name to Freedom’ traces an extraordinary life

Betty Reid Soskin's continuing journey is set to music—and portrayed by four actors—at Z Space.

102-year-old heroine Betty Reid Soskin’s journey premieres on Bay Area stage

Writings and songs by the nation's oldest park ranger and longtime activist form base of 'Sign My Name To Freedom.'

Chan, Fielder kick off supe campaigns with large weekend rallies

Progressives count on turnout and field operations against billionaire money.

Noise Pop report: Tommy Guerrero’s psychedelic vamp at 4-Star Theatre was quintessential SF

Noise Pop show put the revival of a beloved neighborhood cinema on display.

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

Under the Stars: DJ Harrison’s funky birdie, Sleater-Kinney’s deep cuts, more music news

Nubya Garcia, Asha Wells, Dandee, Kahil El’zabar’s Ethnic Heritage Ensemble—so much good stuff to hear this week