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Supreme Court hears critical case on homeless policy (SF wants to legalize sweeps) …

... Plus: Is the SF Zoo really capable of hosting pandas, and is the city ready to start letting developers off the hook for the impacts their projects create? That's The Agenda for April 24-31

Screen Grabs: A half-century hullabaloo for ‘The Great Gatsby’

Plus: Unnamed Film Fest, 15 French features, Kubrick's DIY debut, and a Swiss exploration of the 'Golden Years'

Flute in hand, André 3000 returns after a decade to conquer the Bay

Did he ever really leave, though? An appreciation of the rap legend-turned-ambient musician's local history

Screen Grabs: Has democracy peaked? Ask the monk with the gun

Elections bring trouble in Bhutan. Plus: Franz Rogowski meets French imperialism in 'Disco Boy,' pretty but plodding 'Peasants'

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.

Live Shots: Cypress Hill smoked out the Fox in honor of ‘Black Sunday’

The Latino hip-hop pioneers celebrated 30 years of their massive album, with some classic gothic-hood flavor and plenty of highs

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

Utopia, please: Sean Dorsey Dance’s ‘The Lost Art of Dreaming’ returns to refresh spirits

A year after its premiere in SF, the 'full-throttle' show returns after spreading liberating queer reverie throughout the country

Screen Grabs: No one can play it like ‘Johnny Guitar’

Joan Crawford's catty Western comes to the Roxie. Plus: 'Mobland' could cut the yapping, but Travolta's good

In ‘Subscription to Mischief,’ ’90s graffiti zines spring back to life

Revelatory show at Letterform Archive documents how street artists built global networks before the Internet plunge.