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  Berkeley’s sociopolitical wisecracker W. Kamau Bell will debut United Shades of America, a “race and travel” (his... More»


  Give your screen-weary eyeballs a break and let another sense take the lead. This month, SFMOMA and Fort Mason Center present sound artist... More»


  A seated woman is suspended 16 feet up on a wall, her gown draping the floor and stained red at the hem. Repurposed tree branches resemble an... More»


  This month, Ms. “Let It Go” herself, Idina Menzel, comes to our fair city in... More»


  Times have changed since the ’90s, when Mission School artists reigned in the streets of San Francisco, but the godfathers of the... More»


  When nine-time Tony Award–winning producer Carole Shorenstein Hays severed ties last year with the Broadway-production company she... More»


  Forgo the corn maze—this year’s go-to spook fest is at an art gallery. Jules Maeght Gallery presents ... More»


  Yes, Steve Jobs is the fourth movie about the late Apple founder since his death in 2011. Yes, we’re all a bit fatigued by the... More»


  Ah, the Mill Valley Film Festival. The Bay Area’s answer to Toronto, complete with Oscar contenders... More»