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4/21/2017

  There’s a new work on display at San Francisco’s Legion of Honor museum, not so much sharing space with—... More»

4/19/2017

  Some of the real stars of San Francisco Ballet’s upcoming Cinderella (Apr. 28... More»

4/6/2017

Ben Lerman, an emergency medicine physician, talked about the time that, sleep-deprived, he lubed his gloved finger up for a prostate exam with Thousand... More»

3/24/2017

  Alexander Hamilton. You’re nuts for Alexander Hamilton. You have been bathing in Hamiltonia for the past two... More»

3/24/2017

  An hour before curtain, Kelly and Kathy Donica were among the growing throng of theater patrons crowding... More»

3/16/2017

  To paraphrase Goebbels, a lot of conceptual art makes you want to reach for your revolver. All too often, that genre combines the worst of... More»

Bouquets to Art
3/13/2017

  Life is short; art is eternal. That old saw will be put to the test at the De Young’s... More»

3/9/2017

  One was a Parisian postimpressionist; the other was a San Franciscan who helped launch the figurative movement. Nevertheless, Henri Matisse... More»

3/3/2017

  The hit play touches down March 10 at SHN’s Orpheum Theater—but it’s already piled up some... More»

3/1/2017

  1. For fans of Roe v. Wade: Berkeley Rep hosts the world premiere of Roe, about attorney... More»

2/15/2017

  File this under Some Things Never Change: When archaeologists pried into tombs where kings of the Chinese Han dynasty had been laid to their... More»

2/10/2017

  A curious fact about Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is that the novel totally glosses over the... More»