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Tagged with: Sexual Assault

When is a flute not a flute? SF Opera’s ‘Magic Flute’ pipes a wild tune

A blizzard of visual distractions—welcome, overwhelming—marks Suzanne Andrade's cinematic production.

The embarrassment of the billionaires

Plus: What are the city's priorities, and will short-term thinking dominate the budget debate? That's The Agenda for May 19-26

‘A Strange Loop’ takes too much glee in the trauma of its Black queer lead

Despite talented cast, catchy tunes, and a show-stopping number, Broadway sensation comes off as torture porn.

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...

SF once again fails women who report sexual assault

Why have the cops done nothing since 2021 on allegations by three women that they were assaulted by Jon Jacobo?

So Macy’s is leaving. Let it go.

Let's use that space for a public benefit, not a corporate chain store.

The (other) big problems with APEC

Powerful CEOs and politicians meet in secret to promote global catastrophe. Plus: Judges, cops, and crime ... That's The Agenda for Nov. 12 to 19

Screen Grabs: Doc Stories fest sheds light in these fact-challenged times

Plus: King Crimson at 50, escaping North Korea in 'Beyond Utopia,' Robert Irwin's diaphanous art, more new movies

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest celebrates 50 years of ‘Soylent Green’

Plus: Short Film Fest, Albany Film Fest, Kenneth Anger tribute, 'Underground Art-Stars,' and three earnest new releases

Screen Grabs: 50 years later, we need to call ‘The Exorcist’ on this sequel

Plus: An honorable 'Caine Mutiny,' thriller 'Royal Hotel,' too-quirky 'She Came to Me,' and Almodovar's gay cowboy ad