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8/6/2013

1. Gardens at 14th and Mission streets once featured a lake, an aquarium, and a track for Roman chariot races. 2. 5,000 Indians killed by Spaniards... More»

8/5/2013

Woody Allen once famously said, “In California, they don’t throw their garbage away, they make it into TV shows.” Um, actually Woody, here... More»

8/5/2013

The infamous 1969 killings of Sharon Tate and four others took place in Los Angeles, so why is San Francisco at the heart of the Manson story?... More»

8/4/2013

Is Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine his best film to date? Or should he have stayed on his years-long European vacation? A roundup of critical responses... More»

8/2/2013

In real life, the stars of Berkeley Rep’s new production of Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land are good friends and... More»

7/23/2013

Q: In your new documentary, adolph Sutro of Sutro Baths fame sure gets a lot of airtime. Why the crush? A: Sutro was an iconic... More»

7/23/2013

You’re not imagining things—outdoor music festivals are everywhere. This month alone, you’ve got the brand-new ... More»

7/22/2013

50 Shades of Grey: The Musical, a smutty, campy parody of the bestselling erotic saga opens tomorrow night at the Marines' Memorial... More»

7/19/2013

First, it was the Batman movies. Then, it was James Bond and Star Trek. Even... More»

7/17/2013

Bruce Vilanch would be the first to admit he's had a strange career. With that in mind, we decided to look over his... More»

7/15/2013

ARTtwo50, a San Francisco-based iPad app that launches next week, is one of many... More»

7/9/2013

Woody Allen likes to keep his plots shrouded in secrecy, but as details emerge about the much Instagrammed Blue Jasmine... More»