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Arts Forecast: Juneteenth on the Waterfront, Tunnel Tops dancing, more fun in the sun

Plus: Swagger Like Us says 'bye gurl,' Naomi Klein's mistaken identity, 'Proud Before Pride,' Purple Disco Machine—what to do!

Pickleball, cheesecake, Tiki drinks: SF DocFest serves up every flavor

23rd installment dishes out plenty from locals, plus TV Unarians, queer Roma, Thomas Kinkade, more

‘Galileo’: Strangely familiar music of the spheres

Script is sharp, cast is good, and music is catchy, yet rock musical at Berkeley Rep just misses cosmic harmony.

Under the Stars: Hip-hop has a moment (no, not that headline beef)

Plus: Portola 2024 lineup drops, La Luz brings 'News,' Aluminum taps Madchester, Remain in Light tours, more music

At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

Ambitious ‘Galileo’ discovers a musical universe all its own

Composers Michael Weiner and Zoe Sarnak take off from rock and pop to explore more celestial sounds.

Everyone loves Vienna’s housing policy; there’s a reason that it works so well

It's not 'rocket science.' It's high taxes on the rich and money for social housing. The tech barons want people who support those policies in SF voted out.

Screen Grabs: SFFILM Fest unleashes Dizzy Gillespie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, June Squibb

If the truism “less is more” really applies, this just might be a great year for SFFILM (Wed/24 through Sun/28), the storied organization—Oldest Film Festival...

Wildly inaccurate story leads to death threats for activist, 48hills writer

Lisa Gray Garcia, who writes as Tiny, gets attacked after New York Post does a sensational story about her work with UCLA medical students.