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When creative-minded networkers get together around here, it’s usually at Moscone Center or on the Playa. But a few weeks ago, 115 or so enterprising... More»


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In 2004, two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Bill Guttentag (Twin Towers, Nanking) had a fabulous idea: His next documentary would follow a... More»


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In recent days, the city has been abuzz with black and orange fever—Giants, Halloween, etc. This weekend, instead of sugary sweets and sports-based... More»


An Iliad The Plot: The play uses material from the Robert Fagles translation of the Iliad (you probably read it freshmen... More»


Sandra Ono doesn't mess around with high-minded art supply shops. The Berkeley-based sculptor... More»