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7/22/2016

  Despite widely held assumptions to the contrary, Looking was never a show about gay men. It was first and foremost... More»

7/6/2016

  Calling all you budding Beethovens, Elton Johns, and Ramsey Lewises: This month marks the return of Flower Piano, the 12-day... 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»

7/5/2016

  It’s hard to believe, but the same man is behind almost every film score you’ve had stuck in your head over the past 40 years:... 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»

6/21/2016

  Nothing says Pride Week like a 300-piece boy band. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has taken on the monumental task of singing... More»

6/16/2016

  On Monday night, the members of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus gathered to perform a song in... More»

6/16/2016

  The best thing about street art is also the worst thing about street art: its ephemerality. Clarion Alley, one of the Mission district’... More»

6/14/2016

  Stern Grove Music Festival is real funky this year, with a heavy dose of R&B, rap, and soul artists. Here, the most funked-up acts on the... More»

6/13/2016

  On June 17, Pixar releases the Finding Nemo sequel, Finding Dory, about a memory-challenged blue tang from Morro Bay. As... More»

6/2/2016

  The second annual Bay Area Book Festival hits Berkeley this month, with nearly 300 authors reading and a film festival at the new... More»