‘Hallelujah’ Traces the Arc of Leonard Cohen’s Career Via the Evolution of His Most Iconic Song

Covered by at least 300 artists, Cohen’s opus was a constantly changing work. Meet the filmmakers behind the new documentary in San Francisco this weekend.

Jackie Fielder Organizes the City and State for Racial and Environmental Justice

Know Your Neighbor: The SF organizer sees herself as part of a wave of young, progressive politicians fighting to wrest power from corporations and return it to the people.

Date Night: Shuggie’s Pizza Parlor Lathers on the Kitsch, Delivers on the Flavor

The music is as loud, the busts are busty, the salad is… skewered… but at the end of the day, the Mission District’s ‘trash pies’ are a total vibe.

Explore San Francisco’s Presidio by Visiting These 13 New(ish) Attractions Overlooking the Golden Gate

Here’s how San Franciscans can spend an active few hours or a long, lazy day in their national park over the holiday weekend.

Best Spots in SF for Bonfires and BBQs

Looking for the best place to throw your SF Fourth of July festivities? Look no further than our city’s own beaches and parks.

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Photos: ‘Neverland’ Bar Offers a Fantastical, Boozy Escape

Although the pop-up appears to be produced by the same outfit behind 2020’s never-to-be ‘Floating Boat Cinema’ event, we have confirmed that this Peter Pan-themed experience is really happening.

‘Religion Kitendi’ Dances Around Central African Swagger at SF International Arts Festival

Oakland-based Congolese choreographer, Chanel “Byb” Bibene, takes a critical look at the colorful creativity and complicated cultural implications of his homeland’s outlandish high fashion scene.

The Q&A: Presidio Trust CEO Reveals Her Dream Project and Favorite Spot (And It’s Not Tunnel Tops)

The Tunnel Tops knits together the birthplace of modern San Francisco, and when it opens to the public on July 17, it stands to be the largest urban park to debut in the city in years.

This Weekend: John Waters Hosts Mosswood Meltdown, Kaskade at The Midway, Queer As Fourth and More

Plus, ‘First Caturday’ returns to Dolores Park, comedian Ismael Loutfi turns pain into standup gain, a Filipino pig roast from Abacá and Drew Banga throws down for The Town.

‘Outdoor Disneyland’: District Six Wants to Become San Francisco’s Go-To Outdoor Party Spot

The newly revamped SoMa venue is a mix of big screens, food trucks, splashy street art and a barbershop to boot.