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3/17/2014

Thrown into a Nazi prison camp, the famous artist sketched on toilet paper and on the back of propaganda leaflets. His friends bribed his... More»

2/24/2014

Certain things don't mix. Ammonia and bleach. Beer and liquor. Pop Rocks and Coke. The proton stream in Ghostbusters. Time to add one more... More»

2/20/2014

Most San Franciscans think of yoga as mostly a lot of deep breathing, downward dog positions, and stretchy clothes in solid colors. The Asian Art Museum's... More»

Phillip Seymour Hoffman
2/13/2014

With his untimely death at age 46 on February 2nd, the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left behind one of the greatest bodies of work of any actor—... More»

2/13/2014

You know those—ahem—sensual flower paintings that launched Georgia O’Keeffe into modern art stardom? Yeah, they had nothing to do with the... More»

Remnant, by Drew Daly
2/4/2014

An oak chair sanded down incrementally until it appears to be dissolving into the air; an encyclopedia set dissected with a scalpel and tweezers to reveal... More»

Marcus Gardley
1/31/2014

Award-winning playwright and Oakland native Marcus Gardley on his original play, The House That Will Not Stand, about free black women in 1836 New... More»

A performance from Sketchfest 2013.
1/22/2014

The 13th annual SF Sketchfest is in town, with 223 gut- busting shows in 18 days by everyone from Jon Heder to Michael Ian Black. Unless you’ve solved... More»

The cast of Jerusalem.
1/21/2014

Jerusalem, the British play about a small-time crook turned rebel folk hero... More»

Ryan Drummond and Sarah Moser in Shotgun Players' Amazing Feats of Loneliness.
1/16/2014

Fog Design + Art Fair What: San Francisco’s “premier... More»

1/13/2014

When the new boarding area at Terminal 3 opens at the end of January, it won't just be the flights that are arriving. It will be a small but potent... More»