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Guess what, kids! Your family is a ‘Cult of Love’

Leslye Headland's new play at Berkeley Rep delves into the multifarious dysfunctions of a Jesus freak clan.

At SF Ballet, two very different sides of ‘British Icons’

Notoriously difficult, dissimilar pieces by Kenneth MacMillan and Frederick Ashton showed the company's versatility

Now the Big Tech money is getting ridiculous

Billionaires put up $730,000 for a ballot measure that will have no impact on anyone's life—and not a penny for an affordable housing measure that would benefit everyone.

It’s AI versus a good bowl of pho in ‘My Home on the Moon’

Minna Lee's Asian-focused queer sci-fi love story at SF Playhouse plumbs all-too-human depths of the uncanny valley.

Campaign notebook: The dizzying web of big-money influence

Plus: Remarkable hype, Lurie's money, and why Breed's allies want to control the Democratic Party.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.

‘Ambient Jukebox’ transforms vintage finds into poetic worlds

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller's exhilarating show at Fraenkel Gallery teems with bygone sensations

Campaign Notebook: Mahmood’s ethics (and PR) problem, huge billionaire money …

... and a new organization tracking the plutocrats. Our weekly roundup of news about the March election.

Garry Tan gave almost $200K to local campaigns; Milk Club says give it back

Should candidates take money from tech baron whose tweet death threats against local officials?

Don’t mind the AI, ‘Mere Mortals’ is a human triumph

SF Ballet's techno take on the Pandora's box of Artificial Intelligence feels like something completely new