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Tagged with: Ukraine

After 60 years, the major media still won’t tell the truth about the JFK assassination

The evidence that top officials in the military and CIA killed the president is overwhelming—but The New York Times won't even run an oped about it.

Cuba solidarity activists rally in SF as U.N. overwhelmingly calls for end to embargo

US talks human rights—but the blockade against Cuba violates the human rights of the Cuban people.

A man, a plan, a swan: SF Opera’s ‘Lohengrin’ shimmers despite Wagner’s bloat

Striking sets, strong company, and excellent conducting by Eun Sun Kim enliven this epic journey through German folklore.

Screen Grabs: 3rd i Fest takes on Indian politics, TikTok obsession, Bangla Surf Girls

Plus: UN Film Fest on the dying press and nuclear testing, charming classic Chinese musicals, Birthday Party doc

‘Dancing Russia Goodbye’ with Ukrainian Eurovision star Verka Serduchka

The drag sensation brings her hyper-energetic stage show to the Warfield to raise charity funds and awareness.

Screen Grabs: Getting warm and fuzzy over ‘Terminator 2’ and ‘Aliens’

Plus: Recalling the erotic thriller craze, creepy 'Good Boy,' terrifying 'Klondike,' cute 'Aristotle and Dante,' more

Good Taste: Birch & Rye’s quiet excellence

Noe Valley’s modern Russian kitchen is a national treasure — and a local secret.

Screen Grabs: Beyond Barbenheimer lies the behemoth ‘Beanie Bubble’

Plus: If you aren't suffering a pink hangover, 'Barbie Nation' illuminates while '20 Days in Mariupol' provides a harrowing antidote

Screen Grabs: The campus rebels who kept film culture alive

A new book details Ann Arbor's essential cinema underground. Plus: Soviet director Yuliya Solntseva gets her due, more

Treasure Island Wines hosts a Prosthetics for Ukrainians benefit, Sat/22

Meet those on the front lines who have had missing limbs replaced, plus fine wines, gourmet street food, and live jazz.