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1/14/2013

Onetime ESL professor Beth Yarnelle Edwards turned to photography in her 40s, finding some... More»

12/10/2012

 “All that I knew was that there was this guy who was going to write a play based on what we did,” says first-year MFA student and actor... More»

12/7/2012

This holiday, take it one step beyond the typical tree lighting ceremony, window shopping, ice skating, and days in snow-drenched Tahoe. Add a little... More»

11/30/2012

Yes, Tony Award–winning The Book of Mormon, at SHN’s Curran Theatre... More»

11/21/2012

Seen it, loved it: The Nutcracker... More»

11/8/2012

The Shy Girl: “I was kind of an outcast in high school. Flamenco found me. Even before I went to my first class, I knew I was... More»

11/2/2012

JAY DEFEO Early years DeFeo settled in San Francisco in 1953 and experimented with various media before... More»

11/1/2012

In recent days, the city has been abuzz with black and orange fever—Giants, Halloween, etc. This weekend, instead of sugary sweets and sports-based... More»

10/30/2012

An Iliad The Plot: The play uses material from the Robert Fagles translation of the Iliad (you probably read it freshmen... More»

10/26/2012

Why she's hung up on the Greeks: "I started learning ancient Greek because I wanted to be an archaeologist. After reading the... More»

10/12/2012

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