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Arts Events Dec 12-19, 2019

Arts Events Dec 12-19, 2019

By Events Editor

Plays, musicals, art exhibits and concerts are already unwrapped and waiting for your childlike joy.

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By Events Editor | December 4, 2019

Celebrate holiday talents, wintry arts and more this week.

By Roberto Friedman | November 26, 2019

The rapidly approaching new year will bring to the San Francisco Bay Area 50 of the 86 so-called "Violins of Hope," recovered and restored Holocaust-era string instruments that survived the ghettoes and the death camps.


By Roberto Friedman | November 19, 2019

A quick jaunt to San Jose brought Out There many happy hours of art enjoyment. The San Jose Museum of Art is currently showing a handful of special exhibits.

By Events Editor | November 13, 2019

Turn over a new leaf as mid-autumn arts events make a harvest of entertainments.


By Events Editor | November 6, 2019

Turn over a new leaf as mid-autumn arts events make a harvest of entertainments.

By Events Editor | October 30, 2019

Turn over a new leaf as mid-autumn arts events make a harvest of entertainments.


By Events Editor | October 23, 2019

Seasons of change, museums and literary haunts, plus some spooky Halloween-themed events, make up our arts calendar.

By Roberto Friedman | October 22, 2019

The highlight of a recent auction was a collection of 37 Parisian haute couture and Hollywood designs worn by Dame Olivia de Havilland from 1954-89. Dame Olivia is still alive and kicking at 103.


By Events Editor | October 16, 2019

Autumn's brisk beauty is reflected in the bounty of arts events, including authors, artists and queer horror films.

By Peter Garland | October 15, 2019

"The necessity of procuring good intelligence is apparent and need not be further urged." — George Washington, 1777. Here are five homosexual authors through history who dabbled in espionage.


By Events Editor | October 9, 2019

Curtain up, light the lights, we've got nothing but arts at their heights, with an extra helping of the visual, thanks to Open Studios, and the literary, as Litquake stirs up the Bay.

By Roberto Friedman | October 8, 2019

Surely the jewel in the crown of OT's hotel columns must be the night we spent last week at The Palace Hotel, one of San Francisco's truly grand old hotels, a downtown landmark.


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