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Under the Stars: Lakecia Benjamin pulls jazz saxophone weight, Yaeji readies the ‘Hammer’

Plus: Lineup of SFJAZZ-Noise Pop concerts features Nate Mercereau's cosmic duets with the Golden Gate Bridge.

IndieFest’s 25th anniversary roars in with local lore, fabulous freaks, and high school hijinks

Here's the standouts, from Jim Rose's 'Circus of the Stars' to Bay BDSM drama 'Rough Edges,' and so many more.

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.

Arts Forecast: A new arts magazine aims to dig deep into the local scene

Plus: Bay Area Brewfest, Hella Plants Market, Juan Atkins Techno Symphonic, Reverend Horton Heat, more to do

How to keep the Lunar New Year hoppin’

Fill the first few weeks of the moon’s calendar with parading, pop-up art, Peking duck and prosperity salad.

Good Taste: Broad Street Oyster Co. aims to make a splash

With a Ghirardelli Square location opening this year, a SoCal seafood star takes the Bay Area plunge

Screen Grabs: Tales of the radical left in ‘Anarchy in the USA!’

Plus: Goofy fun 'Virtually Heroes,' artistic gamble 'Seven Faces of Jane,' energetic 'Kids Vs Aliens,' more

Arts Forecast: Ashkenaz hits 50, celebrate MLK, Soundbox returns, more

Lollygaggers last show, Black Techno Matters, Sholeh Asgary, Polyglamorous, so much more to do this weekend

Still fascinated by Elvis: Baz Luhrmann on his bio-pic that helped revive a legend

'I wanted to explore the birth of an artist, and counterpoint it with the big salesman doing the snow job,' the director says

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.