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Eating Our Own: What a 1973 sci-fi movie says about the reality of 2022

Soylent Green predicted an apocalypse that isn't far from the truth. The problem is runaway Capitalism.

Out of the Crate: Aaliyah series hits a sweet peak, more new releases

Celebrating a decade of local label DOMEOFDOOM's cassette tapes, a groovy Parliament-Funkadelic offshoot...

Natani Notah limns the push-pull of Native existence in ‘Normal Force’

At Rebecca Camacho Presents, the artist explores identity through the lens of Diné womanhood

A thank-you from the future to the women who built the Issei Women’s Building

Teaching Behind the Mask at Nihonmachi Little Friends school.

New Music: Yeah, we know it’s Christmas—here’s 4 new sounds to carry you through the schmaltz

The latest project from SF's own Bezier, Bahamadia takes instrumental hip-hop to its limits, and Jessy Lanza's new remix release packs a surprising punch.

Arts Forecast: A power-packed Hip-Hop Dancefest, Britex sign returns, more

Viral Dwellings, Crazy Funny Asians, Drive-In "La Bohéme," Legends of the Rave, Native American Drag Queen Story Hour... lots to do!

With colorful street art, 100 Days of Action represents essential workers

When artist Christo Oropeza was asked to create a painting for a storefront as part of Art for Essential Workers (a program by local artist collective 100...

For taxi drivers, COVID is a brutal dilemma

“I can’t even afford to go to work,” said taxi driver Colin Marcoux, who has been driving a cab for over two decades. COVID has...

Review: ‘Toni Stone’ hits a home run (and you can watch it on your couch)

Editor's Note: In the wake of its theaters shutting down, ACT is streaming its plays Gloria (reviewed here) and Toni Stone, reviewed below on...

Best of the Bay 2018: Shopping Winners

48 Hills is proud to host the 43rd SF Bay Guardian Best of the Bay Readers' Poll. For other categories including Food & Drink, Arts...