Stories about San Rafael

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SCREEN GRABS There’s never been an un-interesting moment for the SF Jewish Film Festival (July 20 to August 6) to be going on, in political terms, since its inception...

2016: Some very bright spots

Good lord, 2016 -- the year the music died, the year the Internet got too real, the year America got majorly oranged. When the Bay Area wasn't showing its...

Slants for all: Museum of Propaganda opens in San Rafael

There is nothing more unpleasant than a United States election year. Half the fatigue has to be attributable to the fact that every time you raise your eyes from your...

Your next anxiety attack: rising sea levels

In a way, we all knew that something like sea level rise was coming to the Bay Area. It was only a matter of time, our subconsciousness told us,...

Feeling ‘Trapped’

As US abortion clinics fight to survive, a new documentary by a San Francisco filmmaker tells the compelling story of clinic providers and doctors -- including those who recently...

Pride Weekend: Festive … and rebellious

The Dyke march takes the streets. Protesters take the flag. And everywhere, the talk was "on to ENDA" ... and housing, and economic justice, and trans rights ... and...

“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” marches through Bay Area

Spirited feminist history doc screens with live talks and QAs with important activists, now through Feb. 12. By Marke B.  FEBRUARY  6, 2015 -- Two years ago, filmmakers Mary Dore (director) and Nancy Kennedy...