After spending two years online, the 65th installment of SFFilm-organized international film festival returns with a slate of movies and documentaries—many by women, non-binary and BIPOC directors.
Plus, the Warriors face the Nuggets, SFFilm Festival returns IRL and Janelle Monáe talks sci-fi at City Arts & Lectures.
Since San Francisco is now fully embracing its weed culture, it is no surprise that…
Mac DeMarco, Phoebe Bridgers, Lil Uzi Vert, Disclosure, Claude Von Stroke, Tokimonsta, Pusha T, 100 Gecs and Oliver Tree also top the bill.
For better or worse, city officials and business leaders are coming out in support of 420 celebrations.
From the return of Hippie Hill to dance parties and film screenings, here are some of the best bets for buds on April 20, 2022.
Old Skool Cafe emerges from the pandemic to find shifting views on the carceral system and a community united behind its vision.
Plus, historic photographs of The Bayview, a ‘Hunky Jesus’ contest and a mini bluegrass festival.
In the 25 years since San Francisco and the 415 became exclusive, locals have used the area code to represent their hometown pride.
New exhibit ‘Psychedelic Renaissance’ runs alongside a collection of political posters produced to support California farmworker organizers.