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‘Entwined’ art installation returns to Golden Gate Park

Come December, an “Entwined” meadow will be in full bloom in Golden Gate Park. The illuminated art installation, located in Peacock Meadow, will dazzle...

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For John Waters, punk never dies, especially on Halloween

Filmmaker John Waters is back in the Bay Area to celebrate all things punk and lead the annual Halloween Meltdown at Oakland’s Mosswood Park…

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Young Black photographers depict new visions of Black beauty

Sometimes a song or a painting or a soup or a poem can crack you open to a whole new way of seeing and…

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Check out these Bay Area restaurants for Indigenous People’s Day

For the Bay Area, the growth of Native American cuisine in the restaurant world has been a welcome addition to the rich tablecloth of…

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‘Big Trouble in Little China,’ the most San Francisco of the ’80s...

Of all the movies shot in San Francisco in the 1980s — from “Star Trek IV” to “A View to a Kill,” from “48…

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‘Free Chol Soo Lee’ exposes wrongly convicted Korean American and the activism...

A young Korean American unlucky in life, Chol Soo Lee ignited a movement in the Asian American community nearly five decades ago, when he…

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San Francisco Choral Society reunites for Verdi Requiem

Those singing in the shower are not alone. There are millions in there. Once toweled off, singing in a chorus is a major part…

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Aerial Arts Festival gets dance, circus arts and theater up in the...

For aerial arts enthusiasts — spectators and practitioners alike — the local scene is soaring, from a festival this month to classes for all…

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Seeing through the fog

Growing up in the shadow of Mount Tamalpais, Reino Cruz thought everyone lived in a place surrounded by natural beauty. As he began working…

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The Umbrellas find an unlikely community in the hardcore scene

With their mod haircuts, nostalgia-inducing band name and perfect appropriation of brightly jangle-pop sounds, an apt descriptor for the Umbrellas would probably fit somewhere…

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The Personal is Political for Destroy Boys

Local punk trio preps new full-length, ‘Open Mouth, Open Heart’ for Hopeless Records.

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