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  Starting next week, marauding bands of heavies will be harassing unsuspecting visitors to Fisherman's Wharf, and crooked city officials will... More»


  If San Francisco were a summer camp, then Beach Blanket Babylon would be its talent show. The big hats, broad parodies, and jump-cutting... More»


Our June issue tries to cover all things Oakland, but there's too much city to take on in a single magazine. One of the Oakland issues that didn't quite... More»


  Clear your calendar, cancel all your meetings, and call in sick to work on Thursday: the cat circus is in town.  The Amazing... More»


This month at the California Academy of Sciences, you can get a look at 640 animal species's craniums... More»


Rising rents, crowded MUNI, the Warriors dropping game seven: It's enough to make a San Franciscan crazy. So we've compiled a four-day guide to stand-up... More»


When SF Playhouse veteran Amy Glazer took the helm on their new production of ... More»


On Saturday night, thousand of fans of actor Nicolas Cage descended on a Mission District art gallery to view "Nicolas Cage is God," a... More»

Liza Minelli comes to Davies Symphony Hall this Friday.

Wait, why is Lucille 2 from Arrested Development performing at Davies Symphony Hall this month? Is it a charity concert for those suffering from... More»

The steamy poster for the ACT's production of Venus in Fur

I am sitting in a dirty chair in a ugly room on the eighth floor of a building on Grant Avenue, watching a rehearsal of... More»


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»


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»