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Tagged with: Tenderloin

Arts Forecast: Edwardian Ball Returns, new Music Book Club launches, more

Stage Dive into Life, Kate Bush drag tribute, Floating Points, Icebreaker's Ball, 'Colonizing America'—get out there

Sketchfest stars Jennifer Tilly, Matthew Lillard, Jason Narducy, Tim Cappello talk SF love

Backroom leather shenanigans, 'Dating Game' blowouts, Noise Pop affection, more Golden Gate memories

Our top stories of 2023, from Dianne Feinstein to Japanese sandos

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The Chron, voting rights, and district elections

If the state Legislature starts to see district elections of local legislators as a Nimby problem, the oligarchs in SF will rejoice.

Why is the Chron so freaked out about Socialism?

Yes, neoliberal capitalism helped create the homelessness crisis. What are we even arguing about that?

Swell’s reunion tour harkens back to SF’s ’90s indie rock sanctuary

Band suffered the loss of lead singer David Freel—but with 300 unreleased tapes in the archive, it's ready to ride a new wave.

Boo, babes: Here’s our Halloween party hit list

From Terror Ball and Glow in the Streets to St. Mary's Pub and 'Jalogüin,' there's plenty to float your ghost.

In Justin Yoon’s art, melancholy queer nostalgia sports gleaming blue pecs

A world where martinis, romance, and cigarettes in the movie theater rule.

Live Shots: Macklemore bounced back with a hip-hop lovefest at the Masonic

The exuberant Seattle rapper surfed fans' adoration with chestnuts like 'Thrift Shop' and cuts from new album 'Ben'

Spirit of trailblazing gay synth wizard Patrick Cowley still shoots out ‘Menergy’

Event at Tenderloin Museum celebrates SF's Hi-NRG progenitor, as Dark Entries Records releases vast output