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Thursday, February 25, 2021
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Performance

Too much turmoil? Try some ‘Nice Jokes for Smart People’

With a new album (and a new baby), comedian Arthur Gaus talks about his refreshingly relatable style

Remembering Bambi Lake, a San Francisco underground icon

The transgender singer and trailblazer, who died last week, definitely lived a life out loud.

Internationally Black series ‘So Soul San Francisco’ opens up global arts discourse

Creator Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and co-host Rotimi Agbabiaka's monthly interview show surveys Black expression worldwide

Missed our 48 Hills Variety Gala? Watch here!

Honey Mahogany and a cavalcade of local entertainers put it all out there to help save local media.

This weekend, The Breath Project streams 24 nationwide theater works in honor of George Floyd

"It’s another brick in the wall. Or rather, we’re taking the wall down, so it’s a brick out of the wall.”

[UPDATED] Arts festival sues city in push for safe live performances—before rain comes

City revokes SF International Arts Festival permit for weekend program as arts languish amid reopenings

Whirling through Turf, tap, and ballroom: SF Dance Film Festival streams needed motion

Dance and film, two mediums existing in time, have had a relationship over the decades. Though dance for the camera has existed since the early Twentieth Century,...

Review: Out loud and proud in the Mission, Dance Brigade returns

The powerhouse company celebrated neighborhood spirit and protested gentrification in an electric performance

Lost your spook spark? You need a Screaming Telegram

Peaches Christ and the Terror Vault crew bring Halloween to you—in the form of singing horror clowns, on demand

‘It Can’t Happen Here’ returns, right before election

A collaborative radio drama from Berkeley Rep revives the Sinclair Lewis classic, which won raves four years ago