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Monday, December 6, 2021

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Emily Wilson

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Photo show provides a flaneur’s eye view of 1940s San Francisco

Minor White captured changing demographics, architecture—and the side street shoeshines that gave the city life.

In ‘Long Kwento,’ telling Filipino family stories on a vast yet human scale

Maia Cruz Palileo's lush paintings at Wattis combat colonialist narratives by giving subjects tales of their own.

Sliding, and sipping, in style: Timothy Higgins debuts Trombone Concerto

SF Symphony's Principal Trombone—a passionate mixologist—turned frustration at limited pieces for his instrument into "alchemy."

Chef Diep Tran treats Chron food critic Soleil Ho to chả trứng chiên, live 

At Asian Art Museum, the two queer Vietnamese Americans will dish about food's cultural legacy and workers' rights.

A shining ‘Noche de Oro’ planned for Ballet Hispánico’s 50th anniversary

The lauded company—fresh from an unexpected windfall—brings 'Tiburones,' the King of Mambo, and 'flamenco eyes' to Zellerbach.

Building new plays at Berkeley Rep, from the Ground Floor up

An innovative program helps artists and writers develop ideas for the stage—and you can apply.

At APAture fest, 36 emerging AAPI artists come together to ‘Embrace’

Poetry, dance, film, music, more rekindle much-needed warmth and connection, "made for the community by the community"

Chanel Miller, artist and ‘Emily Doe’ in Stanford assault case, speaks at Asian Art Museum

Writer Esmé Weijun Wang interviews Miller, whose 75-foot mural hangs in the new Wilbur Gallery.

Shimmying fish and flowing Kanji immerse viewers in myth at ‘Continuity’

Innovative, interactive digital teamLab exhibit inaugurates new pavilion at Asian Art Museum.

Guerilla projections battle Asian hate in ‘Dear America’

After Atlanta massacre, artist Christy Chan was determined to take up space with urgent messages.