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Tagged with: Science

Opinion: San Franciscans know a lot about tech. That’s why they should vote No on E

Everything new is not good—and we can't trust SFPD with uncontrolled surveillance

B-52s, Kelela, Burning Spear—the secret to this year’s local music fests is curatorial alchemy

Mixing it all up magically at Mosswood Meltdown, Sol Blume, and California Roots.

Reading List: 10 books that recently shook us up

The most unforgettable stories come from disruptive tomes. Featuring: Anne Enright, mimi tempestt, Jesmyn Ward, more.

Puff: Keep it rosy for V-Day

Chasing a love high? Hemper Flower Vase Bongs, Space Gems Spacedrops, and Kingpen Kingrolls will do the trick

Screen Grabs: 50 years later, ‘Zardoz’ still fascinates (Sean Connery’s outfit included)

... and 'Blazing Saddles' still, well, farts. Plus: Unusually touching 'The End We Start From' and thriller 'Restore Point'

Under the Stars: Sun Ra Arkestra touches down for a three-night spectacle

Plus: Jayda G's science doc 'Blue Carbon,' Khruangbin and Dry Cleaning releases, Fly Anakin blesses the Bay, more music

For 15 years, Lenora Lee Dance has tackled immigration and carceral trauma

Two new works highlight Chinese and Latin migrant experience in El Paso and California's prison-to-ICE detention pipeline.

Screen Grabs: Behind the Haystacks, Under the Fig Trees, and Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell

Mother Nature rules the roost in three international Oscar submissions—and in experimental wonder 'Last Things'

‘Mini to monstrous,’ Lorene Anderson’s paintings surge with the Earth’s force

Seismic, self-organizing ripples echo the Oakland-based artist's call to chaos.

Screen Grabs: Terrific, complex ‘Teachers’ Lounge’ raises prickly moral questions

Plus: Unique 'Mami Wata' aims for Kurosawa-meets-Lynch, South Korean 'Concrete Utopia' offers grim action-satire.