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Youngsters may start bugging you to bring them to a Saturday, Feb. 25 display of large and exotic live insects.
An evening of music and visual experience commemorating Ghost Ship victims will make Grace Cathedral look and sound like it never has before.
Under pressure from animal rights groups, California Pizza Kitchen agrees to more humane methods of farming chickens.
Calls for a nationwide general strike result in that action being planned for Friday, February 17.
The Swedish songwriter returns from a period of doom and gloom with his first album in five years.
The burgeoning rap crew might just be the next big thing to come out of the Bay.
Robert Askins' sock-puppet-hating play deals with the dirty, libidinal instincts we work so hard to contain.
The Asian Art Museum's exhibit also has the oldest toilet in San Francisco and plenty of other artifacts from China's Han dynasty.
You definitely want to finish your tea before offering vacuum-sealed fish jerky to a herd of cats.
Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) is angry about the conditions that hens are in, but this TJ's lacks much natural light, too.
Dear Readers, the new administration literally expects the American people to accept falsehoods as truth. What can we do?
Race, gender, and orientation are important, but as Betsy DeVos' confirmation as education secretary shows, socioeconomic status will be what ultimately defines us.