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Foreign Correspondent: US beats the drums of war in Iran

Leaders in Washington and Tehran say they don’t want a full-scale war, but they are playing a dangerous game.

Leading drag and performance venue closes indefinitely

Like many spaces, SoMa nightclub Oasis tries to figure out how to survive without any live audiences.

In Hong Kong, protests and precautions at Chinese New Year

The pandemic was raging in mainland China, but in Hong Kong, protesters still filled the streets.

Screen Grabs: Cinemas go dark, but here’s what to watch

As even the Silent Film Fest falls silent, there are local resources and online releases to keep you occupied.

Is SF General ready for the crisis?

Nurses say the city isn't ready. Plus: A new head of DBI. That's The Agenda for March 16-22.

These film revivals prove SF is still a place for movie lovers

Kirk Douglas, Fellini, and American Zoetrope retrospectives, Jesus Christ Superstar, punk videos, and more this week

Review: ‘Gloria’ reveals what lurks beneath office culture’s bright lights

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' gripping play at ACT Strand shows what happens when a wrench is thrown into the media's works.

Foreign correspondent: Hardliners win in Iran but turnout was extremely low

Fewer than 25 percent of voters showed up to the polls in Tehran as Trump sanctions hurt the reformists.

What we saw at Sundance, Part 2: A side-trip to Slamdance

Pet moms, super-typhoons, Indian tacos, dying malls and more at Park City's feisty alternative fest.

Screen Grabs: Get in the van!

SF's Richard Wong directs Come As You Are. Plus: Downhill, The Lodge, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Kael + Botero docs, more movies