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6/2/2014

  If San Francisco were a summer camp, then Beach Blanket Babylon would be its talent show. The big hats, broad parodies, and jump-cutting... More»

5/29/2014

Our June issue tries to cover all things Oakland, but there's too much city to take on in a single magazine. One of the Oakland issues that didn't quite... More»

5/23/2014

San Francisco isn't just a hard city for artists—its a hard city for the organizations that support them. The latest causality is the Intersection for... More»

5/21/2014

  Clear your calendar, cancel all your meetings, and call in sick to work on Thursday: the cat circus is in town.  The Amazing... More»

5/20/2014

"It was a record of my passing. If I were to be killed, I wanted something that my son could have," says Ed Drew.  Though he's one... More»

5/16/2014

  The film Palo Alto, opening in Bay Area theaters today, constructs a dark side for the quiet peninsula city—disaffected teens... More»

5/15/2014

Godzilla rampages into theaters today in a colossal remake from Legendary Pictures (Batman Begins, Pacific Rim) starring Bryan... More»

5/14/2014

The Marx-steeped WPA artists who installed the murals in Coit Tower 80 years ago might approve of Park and Rec's pick of Anvil Buliders Inc. to restore the... More»

5/14/2014

This month at the California Academy of Sciences, you can get a look at 640 animal species's craniums... More»

5/8/2014

When San Francisco novelist Don Carpenter died in 1995 he left his last manuscript, ... More»

Merrill Garbus, the brains behind tUnE-yArDs.
5/7/2014

The queen of converting children’s tales into bona fide indie anthems is back. After an explosive breakout in 2011 and a tour schedule that... More»

5/7/2014

Rising rents, crowded MUNI, the Warriors dropping game seven: It's enough to make a San Franciscan crazy. So we've compiled a four-day guide to stand-up... More»