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How a low-budget monster-movie show kept the Bay Area strong.
The rideshare companies declined to provide data and preemptively challenged the report.
No more brewpubs are allowed in the neighborhood, and the Planning Commission adds new red tape for restaurants chasing a Mission District alcohol license.
Three households woke up to missing items on Wednesday while two chased would-be thieves away.
On Love Hates What You Become, LUH frontman Ellery James Roberts returns with his most personal, collaborative album to date.
The mythology of the L.A. ‘drive-thru metal’ band that rewrites the lyrics to Black Sabbath songs to critique fast food has only deepened.
Jackie Sibblies Drury’s astonishing and unpredictable play (at Berkeley Rep through Nov. 4) centers on two sisters whose relationship is defined by an unspecified and unspoken antagonism.
Netflix nabs Bob the Drag Queen, Daniela Vega, Jen Richards, and lots more LGBTQ talent for another take on Tales of the City.
This spinoff of the vaunted Alexander's Steakhouse takes the word ‘casual’ and snaps it in half.
The Bon Vivants open the long-awaited follow-up to Trick Dog — with drinks called a Phil, Tom, and Bootsy Collins.
The long dark night of one deskbound cop’s soul.
Because people with short attention spans also deserve quality entertainment.