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Tagged with: SF Bay Guardian

After death, she’s living: Per Sia returns to hosts Día de los Muertos drag showcase

'It feels like every year we go in deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper,' performer says of SOMArts celebration

Welcome to Best of the Bay 2023!

Thousands voted in our 49th annual Readers' Poll, celebrating the best place on Earth. Here are the results.

‘Weed’ sparks up candid cannabis education for young people—and the rest of us

Caitlin Donohue's latest book for teens takes a big picture view of cannabis policy and culture in the Americas

Eyeing the bounty of experimental films at CROSSROADS 2023

SF Cinematheque's 14th installment promises alchemical techniques, diabolical creations, frenetic explosions of color

Funny women come first in Marga Gomez’s ‘Who’s Your Mami Comedy’

Raucous monthly standup showcase returns to Brava—and there's even a charming token male emcee.

Can we still say fuck ’em if they can’t take a joke?

The Supreme Court could consider whether parody is protected speech. The Onion makes the point, quoting a Bay Guardian case. It's a serious issue.

RIP Bay genius producer Traxamillion — read our profile from 2006

The hyphy beats architect passed away on Sunday. Here's the Bay Guardian's GOLDIES Music Award profile, honoring his brilliance.

A farewell to SF Weekly

Editing San Francisco's last alt-weekly paper was probably the most fun I will ever have in my life.

What we saw at Sundance, part 3: Crossed borders and different lives

Culling through the forty features viewed at both the Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals last week has been as much fun as watching them...

Ficks’ Picks: The best flicks of 2019

48 Hills festival movie critic Jesse Hawthorne Ficks travels the continent for us checking out the biggest film events. He also hosts the invaluable...