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Foreign correspondent: What will Iran do now?

Trump has emboldened hardliners who are ready to restart the country's nuclear program

The Civil War, from another side, in ‘Father Comes Home from the Wars Parts 1, 2, and 3’

Suzan-Lori Parks' riveting epic at ACT's Geary Theatre gives a complex account of the yearning for—and terror of— individual freedom.

Very live, from the Bay Area: Pop-Up Magazine returns with fresh new stories

We talk with the theatrical phenomenon's senior producer about the importance of storytelling in an age of information inundation.

Media outlets sue over death penalty secrets

48hills, KQED, and LA Times seek to block rules that allow key parts of executions to take place in secret

Party Radar: Fortnight of Fun—Love Glove Edition

She Bends, John Cameron Mitchell, Head Over Heels, Doc Martin, The Juan Maclean, Asmara, Carl Craig, Rebolledo... two weeks of party madness!

Screen Grabs: The SF International Film Fest is here

The Big Kahuna of film fests takes over cinemas. Plus: Journey's End, The Quiet Place, Beauty and the Dogs, Itzhak, and more in theaters.

RIP DJ Cameron Paul: a toast to the Mixx-It master

The Bay Area DJ and remixer passed away Monday night; his genius drove the local club scene of the 1980s

Party Radar: The way, way, Wayback Machine

Rifling through the kooky Super Ego archives. Plus: Escort, Ssion, Stacey Pullen, Harder SF, Greg Wilson, Jus-Ed, Sunset Season Opener, more

Tenant Troubles: Can I add a new roommate to my lease?

Our columnist answers questions from renters about how to protect their rights

A new guerrilla folk opera immerses you in 2014’s Ukrainian revolution

Lemon Bucket Orkestra's 'Counting Sheep' uses traditional folk songs to create in-your-face theater at the Oakland Metro Operhouse.