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Monday, July 26, 2021

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Dear politicians: Do your homework on climate change—now

The standard against which we are judging our actions will lead to the planet being uninhabitable, possibly for me, and almost certainly for my children.

Year of the cats: What to do if you spot the wild felines prowling around lately

A brief survey of the fine mega-kitties who've been dropping by the Bay Area—just don't try to pet them

Reconnect with the Bay: Our readers’ favorite things to do now we’re back

Here's what you told us you couldn't wait to do in the wake of reopening.

Screen Grabs: A creaky gay ‘Sublet’ and a heady lesbian ‘Curve’

Plus: 'Holler' shines through strong performances; 'In the Crosswinds' too pretty for tragedy

Parents sue US government over separation from kids at border

Suit also claims Trump-era policies forced asylum seekers to sleep on the floor and denied them medical care.

Stern Grove’s just-released lineup shines (but you’ll have to be on the ball)

A San Francisco tradition, a brilliant spectrum of artists—and it's still all free, though you'll need a reservation.

Screen Grabs: Stalin’s funeral, New Deal art, and a harrowing Mexican fable of unrest

Three new movies seem like history repeating. Plus, an invigorating Legacy Film Festival On Aging

Review: ‘Nam June Paik’ presents a playful prophet of the Electronic Superhighway

Exhilarating SFMOMA retrospective showcases Korean artist's groundbreaking video work (and human connections)

Screen Grabs: Roxie reopens with cinema classics (and a DC punk blast)

Ease back into the seats with beloved sights and sounds. Plus: Story of a Three-Day Pass, Honey Moccasin, Dance of the 41, more

Brilliant color and dynamic forms define Orin Carpenter’s poignant paintings

The Northern California artist addresses social issues and identity in his wide-ranging, spiritually-rooted work