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He’s probably the Bay Area’s most important international choreographer you’ve never heard of. And yet Alonzo King and his... More»


Ten thousand years from now, when urban archaeologists start searching for the origins of gentrified life in the Mission district, they’d be wise to... More»


1.) How'd you guys get your start? We got our start when I (Mike Rosen) moved to San Francisco from Los Angeles to pursue music and... More»


4 Albums by Segall in 2012 (including Twins, out October 9) 62 Days between the releases of his previous... More»


Thank god for high school English teachers. The hours you spent wrestling with Herman Melville’s Moby Dick will finally pay off this... More»


In a stream-of-consciousness riff lasting upwards of an hour, Jack Knowles must have said some variation of “I’m all about neighborhoods”... More»


Bay Area entrepreneur Jerry Yang started collecting calligraphy in 1998. His first acquisition—a work by 16th century master calligrapher Don Qichang... More»


Sure, this year’s Mill Valley Film Festival (Oct. 4-14) has its usual share of prerelease peeks at... More»


Banish thoughts of craft fairs and Etsy kitsch: When the Museum of Craft and Design (MCD) opens its... More»


Where’d you get your start? "In college at Stanford. I was studying music and had a boyfriend at the time who... More»


Author you'd most like to have a drink with: “Dave Eggers. Seriously, that guy’s like human Prozac.” —Stephen Elliott... More»