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2/17/2012

World-renowned Portuguese vocalist Ana Moura will perform at Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall tomorrow night. Moura’s music, called fado, is deep and... More»

2/16/2012

How do you commemorate an art movement designed to elude conventional collection and display? “State of Mind,” the current exhibition at the... More»

2/6/2012

 Strange but true: At the same time that many smaller, cash-strapped museums have been forced to close, major arts institutions seem to be in the... More»

2/2/2012

Two years ago, when Alice radio DJ Hooman Khalili typed “feature film shot on cell phone” into Google, nothing came up—so he got... More»

1/31/2012

A year ago, San Francisco published a story on celebrity game designer Jane McGonigal and her website... More»

1/23/2012

 Jon Glaser, the star of Adult Swim’s Delocated Witness Protection Program, hosted the evening in a pair of short sparkly shorts, his typical ski... More»

1/13/2012

A striking new exhibit offers a rich view of Jewish history—including the story of the epic journey of an ancient people exiled from Egypt, only to... More»

12/30/2011

If you’re looking for a bit of culture to pair with your champagne this New Year’s Eve, head to Hayes Valley’s Salle Pianos—known... More»

12/28/2011

Despite its Oscars, Milk left at least one person unsatisfied. “I understood that it was about using one person’s life and death... More»

12/28/2011

When Stephen De Staebler studied sculpture at UC Berkeley in the late 1950s, no material was more scorned than ordinary clay. Museums... More»

12/20/2011

Get thee to San Francisco's Golden Gate Theatre (One Taylor Street @ Market), where "Dr.... More»

12/19/2011

Based on a Brothers Grimm tale about a young girl who’s sold to the devil by her unwitting father (he’s soused), the story is, well, quite grim... More»