Nazis and Conspiracy Fantasists Are Simultaneously Winning and Losing

Unite the Right 2 flopped and big tech largely deplatformed Alex Jones, but Laura Ingraham took white nationalism into prime time — and Nazis and racists are running for office everywhere.


Twitter Execs Fear Targeting by Internet Trolls

The company wants “be more transparent,” but its safety team has to stay anonymous because they fear online harassment.



Globalization and Its Discontents, at MoAD

“After the Thrill Is Gone,” Zimbabwean artist Kudzanai Chiurai’s exhibit at the Museum of the African Diaspora, tests the hopes and disappointments of post-Apartheid South Africa and neighboring Zimbabwe.


We Are Beautiful Murals: Tuzuri Watu and Lenora LeVon in the Bayview

A new commission and a 30-year-old work on Third Street speak volumes about the neighborhood.



The Richmond Goes Ultra-Violet

The neighborhood is on a roll with new restaurants developing out of beloved neighborhood pizza places. Violet’s, a project from the Fiorella team, even has a late-night happy hour.


A Drink at Fool’s Errand Proves Just How Wonderful Divis Has Gotten

The successor to Noe Valley’s Hamlet and Caskhouse, John Dampeer's newest wine-and-beer bar feels right at home on the city's It-street.