Joe Goode's new world premiere "Still Standing" led us through San Francisco's historic Haas-Lilienthal House during the course of the performance. It runs through Aug. 5 there.
Peter Hujar, now considered one of the greatest American photographers of the late 20th century, was living in poverty at the time of his death in 1987 from complications of AIDS.
Summer arts events indoor, outdoor, under the moon or sun, help our world turn.
The touring production of "School of Rock" now playing the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco through July 22 is the perfect opportunity to bring your secret air-guitar moves out of the closet.
Midsummer melodies waft through the trees, in theatres and at unusual venues. Enjoy our garden of artistic delights.
It's not often that one can take full measure of a wide swath of a concert artist's career, but Deutsche Grammophon affords just that opportunity with its release "Pogorelich - Complete Recordings."
Post-Pride, we celebrate America's democratic republic, or what's left of it. Arts events for you.
Opening night at Frameline 42 was a rousing good kick-off to the film fest. Co-directors Fiona Dawson and Gabriel Silverman were in the house for the screening of their documentary "TransMilitary."
Here comes "Giants of Land and Sea," a new, semi-permanent show at the California Academy of Sciences.
Midmonth, Pride celebrations continue in every color of the rainbow, classic or new and improved.
June is bustin' out all over. LGBTQ Pride Month always brings with it a cornucopia of new books of special interest to our community.
The rainbow of LGBTQ talent spreads like PP&J-plus deliciousness all over the bread of the Bay. For more convoluted analogies, read on.
Last week, the film-world powers-that-be at Frameline gave a kick-off press conference for Frameline42, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival coming up this June 14-24.