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6/17/2015

  Standing the test of time in a seismically unstable city is no small feat. This Friday San Francisco’s City Hall recognizes its hundred... More»

The Trojans
6/9/2015

  The San Francisco Opera presents two productions this month—The Trojans and Two Women—both dealing with the... More»

6/4/2015

  POSITIVE PORTRAYALS "People need to be reminded," says ... More»

6/4/2015

  No need to schlep all the way out to Beijing to see today’s hottest Chinese art: The Asian Art Museum is bringing it to us. This month... More»

6/3/2015

  What do you do with 50,000 books? Build a temple to literature. That was the reaction of Cherilyn Parsons, founder and director of the ... More»

The book as a work of art
6/2/2015

  In the era of e-readers, ink-on-paper books may not seem all that avant-garde. But to the 575 members of Designer Bookbinders—the world... More»

5/29/2015

  BottleRock, Napa's Valley's music festival, opens its third year this weekend. Though it... More»

5/29/2015

  Today, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson takes on Mother Nature as a helicopter pilot in the earthquake-ravaged San Francisco of... More»

The artwork in the field
5/29/2015

  Thousands of San Franciscans in the Mission and Pacific Heights stumbled across an odd hanger on their front doors recently. On the glossy,... More»

5/28/2015

  Though actor T.J. Miller is best known for his portrayal of entrepreneur Erlich Bachman on HBO’s Silicon Valley, he... More»

5/18/2015

  It's something unpredictable, but in the end is right: Last night, ... More»

5/14/2015

  In 1963, when Michael Cheney was in sixth grade, kids spent their weekends (and allowance) at the Strand Theater on Market Street. “... More»