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Rumi’s favorite 12th century epic comes to musical life in ‘The Language of the Birds’

Composer Sahba Aminikia blends Farsi vocals blend with AI animation for Persian mystic Farid ud-din Attar's storied tale.

Restoring the ecosystem of City College

The next chancellor needs to prioritize all types of classes for all types of students.

1984—the year pop music shot to the stratosphere

As the 40th anniversary releases and tributes roll out, revisiting a year of barrier-busting giants.

‘Never too late’: Grannies of Grant Avenue Follies dance onto the airwaves

PBS highlights the Chinatown-based cabaret troupe of 11 spirited grandmothers keeping local history alive.

Outsize passions of Carmen and Frida take centerstage in ‘Dos Mujeres’

Premieres by Arielle Smith and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa at SF Ballet bring two well-known women to vivid life.

Armed troops in the Tenderloin? Plus: Is SF really ‘pro-housing …

... And if we can't trust Boeing or big shipping companies, why are we trusting the makers of robo-vehicles?

SFMTA’s Frida Kahlo Way redesign will hurt City College and its students

It makes no sense—and was designed without adequate input from the students whose lives it will disrupt.

Screen Grabs: Two strong films make global immigration personal

'Io Capitano' and 'The Legionnaire' spur empathy. Plus: Gay rarity 'Drifter,' potent noir 'The Road to Shame,' more

Screen Grabs: Look out, there’s an Oscar in your shorts

This year's nominated animated, live action, and documentary shorts are a mixed bag, but there are some rewarding watches.