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3 must-see shows from SFJAZZ’s smoking summer schedule

The venue has 90+ concerts in the wings over the next three months—check out this hot trio of picks.

Hot-pink billboard queen Angelyne is ‘Driven to Fantasy’—and knows her power

The self-made icon met our writer at Denny's to chat about fame, passion, and the re-release of her sexy second album.

Greg Rick engages with global power dynamics to rectify myths of the past

The Oakland painter emphasizes 'moments of corrective alteration towards a more just and honest story.'

Screen Grabs: Faster, faster, ‘Furiosa’!

Dazzling action sequences in latest 'Mad Max'—but to what end? Plus: William Lustig's subterranean budgetary gems.

Live Shots: Idles tore down Fox Theater with colossal post-punk energy

The UK quintet, known for its outspoken politics and cranking metal jams, came to support new album 'TANGK'

‘Galileo’: Strangely familiar music of the spheres

Script is sharp, cast is good, and music is catchy, yet rock musical at Berkeley Rep just misses cosmic harmony.

Under the Stars: Jalen Ngonda rides in for the Bay Area boppers

Plus: Irreversible Entanglements' experimental zenith, Toner's charming 'Hammer,' Harold Land returns, more music

A photographer documents life on a tough Tenderloin corner with dignity

Residents of the Jones and Ellis area feel seen through the work of Harry Williams, Jr., and a new mural of his portraits.

In John DiPaolo’s knockout abstractions, wandering thoughts and sudden perceptions

“There is no formula, no method, just a compulsion to experiment," says the painter, now showing at Dolby Chadwick.

Rumi’s favorite 12th century epic comes to musical life in ‘The Language of the Birds’

Composer Sahba Aminikia blends Farsi vocals blend with AI animation for Persian mystic Farid ud-din Attar's storied tale.

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