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9/6/2012

A wine trail inside Fort Mason Don’t feel like making the trek to Napa this weekend? Crash this instead: The... More»

8/27/2012

Most painters will do almost anything for a little name recognition.  But McGee, San Francisco’s most famous and... More»

8/22/2012

When Chinglish opened on Broadway last year, it got great reviews but not a lot of audience love. What a difference an international murder mystery/... More»

8/21/2012

Chances are you’ve never heard of Odyssey Works, an oddball collective of local actors,... More»

8/15/2012

1. If the Olympics are still fresh in your minds (along with Ryan Lochte’s wince-inducing tweets), check out the ... More»

8/6/2012

Main act: Neil Young & Crazy Horse Younger version: Father John Misty The drummer from Fleet... More»

8/6/2012

The thing about my daughter,” says W. Kamau Bell, cradling an imaginary baby in his right arm, “is that when my wife is carrying her, she looks... More»

6/8/2012

The Musical, a rollicking 2006 song-and-dance mockumentary about the rise of the fictional Symphonic Sensations from small-town high school choir to (as the... More»

11/14/2014

It's the holidays in San Francisco. You know what that means: Giant snowflakes on Market Street, a giant non-denominational tree of some kind at City... More»

10/16/2014

Although Litquake is nearing its inevitable end, there are still tons of poets, novelists, essayists, comic book authors... More»

10/16/2014

Although Litquake is nearing its inevitable end, there are still tons of poets, novelists, essayists, comic book authors... More»

10/8/2014

  Nick Korniloff, director of Art Miami, explains why the art market is swarming Silicon Valley and how his inaugural local fair, Art Silicon... More»