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9/9/2016

  San Francisco won the lottery in 1987. That’s when gallerist and curator... More»

9/7/2016

  Economic inequality. Police brutality. A deep-seated mistrust of the state apparatus. If the central issues surrounding the founding of the... More»

9/2/2016

  The San Francisco Opera opens its 2016–17 season this fall under newly installed general director Matthew Shilvock,... More»

7/27/2016

  If you’ve ever gawked at the enclosed tornado or the turbulent orb exhibitions at the Exploratorium, you’ve admired the work of... More»

7/5/2016

  Following on the six-inch heels of Beyoncé’s Lemonade, an album that doubled as a love letter to black women, SOMArts presents... More»

6/30/2016

  New York writer Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life, which was shortlisted for the 2015 Man Booker Prize, was largely inspired by... More»

6/28/2016

  John Leguizamo is giving Latinos the Hamilton treatment—minus a rapping Thomas Jefferson. The Colombian-born actor, who grew... More»

5/27/2016

  Our new gilded age may have plenty of downside, but at least the ultra-wealthy have great taste in art. That is the upshot of Collected... More»

5/13/2016

  A woman with a handbag covering her head totters through the atrium of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.... More»

4/19/2016

  Get ready for a Caltrain ride: There’s a James Turrell exhibit in Palo Alto. And this one promises to be a doozy. Aside from a... More»

4/18/2016

  The nationally renowned festival is once again brimming with indie must-sees. San Francisco Film Society executive director Noah Cowan gives... More»

4/14/2016

  Before even turning 30, songwriter Benjamin Scheuer had endured more heartache than some people do in their lifetime: He lost his father at... More»