Sunday, February 28, 2021

Tag: Sports

Will Cuba have faster vaccinations than the US?

The tiny island nation with universal health care has its own vaccine, and could protect its people before the US does.

Love in a to-go cup: An off-beat quar-times Valentine’s playlist

Full-tilt covers, bizarre takes, choice oddities—what to listen to when you can't really date.

Debut filmmaker Gina Rose explores sci-fi of the mundane in ‘I Can’t Sleep’

What if the aliens came and no one could cover your shift?

The Super Bowl billionaires

Sports team owners, including Charles Johnson of the Giants, made $98.5 billion during the pandemic. Their stadium workers are suffering.

Screen Grabs: What do we want? Bleak, rewarding films from the former USSR!

Intense government cover-up drama Dear Comrades!, Atlantis, Beginning, and Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' restored

Arts Forecast: A peep back at psychedelic SF will raise your spirits

Plus: New local streaming channels from SFSymphony, Oasis, and SFJAZZ—and get ready for Festpocalypse

‘One Night in Miami’: a Black vision of freedom’s meaning

Regina King's prescient movie depicts a transformative meeting of four Black culture geniuses

Screen Grabs: Welcome to the ‘Disneyland for seniors’

The Villages, on very full display. Plus: Chilean gay love, sharp Kentucky thriller, sour Blithe Spirit, more new films

New Music: 5 sweet tracks for holiday haze

Rare DM tears into your bicycle fatale daydreams, San Jose's Voluntary Hazing proudly represents for ska, and Grammy-nominated Thundercat pushes upstream

Screen Grabs: A globe-trotting filmmaker finally gets her due

Ulrike Ottinger in the spotlight at PFA. Plus: SF Cinematheque returns, The Sound of Metal, a Romanian tragedy, more movies