Sponsored link
Friday, June 21, 2024

Sponsored link

Tagged with: Arts

Celebrity portraitist Tom Zimberoff turns his lens to nature’s riptide

He used to think of the beach as a background player for his star-studded snaps. Now in Outer Sunset, he sees it leads.

The kid from Philadelphia: Irving Penn retrospective captures him capturing us

De Young retrospective shows how the photographer built a time capsule of humanity in San Francisco and far beyond.

Arts Forecast: Kronos Fest marks a half-century of musical astonishments

Plus: Pre-Pride shenanigans, Stern Grove, Flor Y Canto, Black Techno Matters, Team Dresch, Witchcrafting, so much to do!

Polls open July 9 for the 50th annual Best of the Bay!

It's back, baby! The first, biggest, and best Best of the Bay celebrates all the great things about life in the Bay.

The criminal justice system in SF is badly broken, and the mayor’s budget doesn’t help

Hearings show overcrowded, dangerous jails, overloaded public defenders—and a DA who is doubling down on making things even worse.

Screen Grabs: Frameline LGBTQ+ Film Fest pops out of the box for Pride

A Juneteenth Block Party, new venues, films from around the world, and even a couple of gay lions this year.

Fresh Meat Fest chops it up with fierce bomba, deaf drag, queer taiko

23rd edition of groundbreaking queer-trans arts festival continues to grow with thrilling diversity and up-and-coming talent.

Three candidates running to the right, one trying to be visible—and Aaron Peskin

That was the lineup for the first major mayoral debate, which made clear where the political lines are going to be drawn.

Arts Forecast: The EndUp turns 50—bring back the jockey shorts dance contest!

Plus: Broadway Bares, Skip Spence tribute, La Peña 49th, SF Succulent Expo, CupcakKe, Bonobo, more to do!

Screen Grabs: A joyful reunion at 20th Queer Women of Color Fest

LGBTQ+ movie season bursts to life. Plus: 'Bound' returns, Film Noir classics, Valie Export celebrated, more