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Tagged with: Castro

The future of the Castro Theater, and its role in the LGBTQ community, now at City Hall

Historic Preservation Commission will consider whether the legendary venue can become a concert nightclub.

‘It don’t hurt to die’: Legend Elliott Gould to tell tales at Sketchfest

Actor talks of grit and gumption pre-50th anniversary screening of 'The Long Goodbye' at Castro Theatre.

A day (or more) of grazing in the Castro

From fun buns to cheesy pillows, the neighborhood is currently packed with snacks.

Screen Grabs: 50 years ago, ‘Poseidon Adventure’ waved in a streak of disasters

Plus: Pia Zamora in 'Voyage of the Rock Aliens,' latest 'Lost Landscapes' plumbs SF's possible futures, more movies

Screen Grabs: Violent twists on Ol’ Saint Nick

Violent Night, Christmas Bloody Christmas, The Leech—even Jesus Christ Superstar—put some bang in the season

Arts Forecast: Ain’t Too Proud, Drag Queens on Ice, Widow Norton’s 100th…

Million Minion Rave, A Cure Christmas, Castro Art Market, Dance Vision, and more events of the week

Buster Keaton is the GOAT (and Pola Negri slays) in ‘Day of Silents’

This time around, the annual Castro showcase of delectable rarities also gives two Asian actors their due, among other wonders

A hot splash of Viêt history in ‘Colonialism is Terrible, but Phở is Delicious’

Dustin H. Chinn's often hilarious, scalding play at Aurora takes on gentrification and cultural erasure

Screen Grabs: Remarkable Arab voices—queer, refugee, Lebanese, Palestinian—fill local screens

This week: Arab Film Fest, New Lebanese Cinema of the '70s and '80s, 'Holy Spider.' Plus, a lost 1974 Oakland Blaxploitation delight.

RSVP for a free ticket to see gay love story ‘Spoiler Alert’ premiere at Castro Theatre!

Grab a seat for this 'heartwarming' movie, with the filmmakers and stars in attendance.