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Screen Grabs: Tracking a social media monster in ‘Sweat’

Plus: A trainwreck Val Kilmer self-documentary that still rivets, a stylish goof in homage to a Dominican legend

Screen Grabs: Jewish Film Fest delves into heroes, hoaxes, and hair-raisers

Teen tribulations, historical thrillers, and even a Bernie Madoff musical at the 41st installment, online and in-person.

Coming up: 5 essential, post-Beatles McCartney tracks

Finding the wait until Thanksgiving for Peter Jackson's 'Get Back' Beatles break-up doc excruciating? Here's Paul's post-'Let it Be' greats.

Reading is fundamental: 44 years of the Bay Area Playwrights Festival

At nearly a half-century, this showcase of early-career playwrights must be doing something right. Find out what, starting Fri/16.

With ‘And Then There Was Light,’ Oakland’s sndtrak masters the beat tape

From smooth-wave Beach Boys samples to a Nickelodeon theme song, all is fair game for the producer's recently-released 18 tracks.

Screen Grabs: Bodies talk in this week’s films, from ‘Angel’ to ‘Barfly’

Get into the physical form, with surprising superheroes, eating disorder examination, and an adaptation of interviews with Bukowski.

The big GOP, real-estate, and tech money behind the Boudin recall effort

Many of the same individuals and corporations who tried to defeat the progressives last year -- including Trump allies -- are now trying to oust the elected DA

Screen Grabs: Final chapter of ‘Purge’ series is an eerie echo of modern chaos

'The Forever Purge' is not subtle. But then, we are not living in gently-nuanced cultural times.

8 bars that got us through the last year

Whiskey shots, outdoor tater tots, and parklet-piped DJ sets: our favorite local watering holes during the pandemic's height.

Death Row inmate who may be exonerated talks about his story

Kevin Cooper was three hours away from execution. Now he may be freed. He talks about racism, criminal justice, and his nearly 30-year fight to prove his innocence.