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ORFN: A Life Under Shadows

With the passing of a graffiti writer, both outlaws and artists have come out of the woodwork to speak to his influence. But who was ORFN? (Cover Feature)

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School of Fish

Jeremy and Jayde Fish have seen their artistic careers take off nearly in tandem. What’s next? (Cover Feature)

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Facebook Adds 3,000 Pairs of Eyes

The social media juggernaut responds to the influx of horrifying live videos that feature violent content.

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Alleged Castro ‘Drug Den’ In Contract For $2.6M

An embattled homeowner claims he was unfairly prosecuted by the City Attorney’s office.

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Ethan Hawke Appreciates Folk Art and Isn’t Afraid of Being Scared

The Gen X heartthrob/thespian discusses his newest film and his craft as an artist. (Interview)

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Live Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard at The Fillmore

The psych-rock band ripped the venue into teeny, tiny bits on Wednesday, April 12.

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The story behind Mona Lisa’s wood-clad Fiat

Maurizio Florese’s unique compact convertible has been a North Beach mainstay for years.

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Renowned Street Artist Shepard Fairey Talks Activism, New Hayes Valley Mural

Hoodline catches up with world-famous street artist Shepard Fairey to chat about his upcoming show and new Hayes Valley mural.

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‘Dog Patch SF’ Turns Used Climbing Rope Into Leashes For Rescue Pups

Founded by a Western Addition bartender, the company’s recycled climbing rope leashes benefit over 100 animal shelters.

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Re-Elected District 5 Supervisor London Breed Talks Priorities, Rejoining Twitter & More

Hoodline catches up with Western Addition native London Breed to discuss her past and future efforts to improve District 5.

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The Spooky History of The Westerfeld House

The historic Westerfeld on Alamo Square has housed satanists, lion tamers, and occult filmmakers.

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Tapping In: San Francisco

An interview series highlighting over 20 San Francisco bartenders.

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