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Vintage to ‘nowstalgia’: Hands up for Community Thrift’s charitable treasures

The Mission store has survived AIDS, gentrification, and COVID to keep giving back, for almost 40 years

Screen Grabs: How ‘The Panic in Needle Park’ changed drug movies

The 1971 film mixed stark realism with post-hippie disillusionment. Plus: Lorelei, Tailgate, No Ordinary Man, more

Review: Wangechi Mutu brings cosmic energies to Legion of Honor

Stunningly reverberating with the collection, 'I Am Speaking, Are You Listening?' tells different stories of art

And yet we signed: Behind the letter to the president of Nicaragua

Hundreds who spent the 1980s doing Sandinista solidarity work are now condemning Daniel Ortega's new wave of political repression. Here's why.

How pre-schoolers can learn about society’s biases — and respond

Teaching Behind the Mask: A discussion of anti-bias curriculum and its role in early childhood education.

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.

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.

Screen Grabs: ‘Zola’ takes a wild ride from tweets to theaters

Plus: New docs 'A Crime in the Bayou,' 'Truman and Tennesee,' and 'Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over'

The indigenous struggle to save trees — and sacred spaces — in Humboldt

Between the timber companies and state agencies, so much devastation.

Screen Grabs: Black Film Festival lifts off—and other stratospheric releases

The best of the new, from the surveilling of surveillance in 'All Light, Everywhere' to 'Les Norte' and its discomfiting coming-of-age twists