Sponsored link
Friday, May 17, 2024

Sponsored link

Arts + Culture

Arts + Culture

From Soulsville, USA to the beach (Boys): 4 new music docs to tune up your summer sounds

Never-before-seen archival footage gives insight on your favorites—unguarded Beatles and Indigo Girls, anyone?

Live Shots: Thy Art is Murder roared ‘Godlike’ at Regency Ballroom

Aussie deathcore stalwarts shook SF venue on their 'Hate Across America' tour with Angelmaker.

‘Hear Our Voices’: How many colors are in that Pride flag?

Left Coast Theatre Co.’s new show of shorts aims to represent myriad queer identities—and almost gets there

Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.

Under the Stars: Hip-hop has a moment (no, not that headline beef)

Plus: Portola 2024 lineup drops, La Luz brings 'News,' Aluminum taps Madchester, Remain in Light tours, more music

At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

Screen Grabs: Grokking the creepy cipher of ‘I Saw the TV Glow’

Plus: Touching 'Gasoline Rainbow,' Avant-Barb(ie), a Toney W. Merritt tribute, and Sundown Cinema's movies in the park

Ambitious ‘Galileo’ discovers a musical universe all its own

Composers Michael Weiner and Zoe Sarnak take off from rock and pop to explore more celestial sounds.

$20 million Music City aims to shoot SF back to the top of the charts

Rock impresario Rudy Colombini launches mega-studio, artist accelerator, and Hall of Fame for renewed glory days.

As ‘Tales of the City’ winds down (maybe), a hymn to the quintessential SF saga

The author and his heroine have alighted in England, but the heart of the series remains in Baghdad by the Bay.

In this section

Top tags

Sponsored link