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Tagged with: Fillmore

Review: Through the screams, indie charmer Alex G’s endless summer lit the Fillmore

The Philly songwriter's fans were wildly enthusiastic, but didn't drown out the deadpan humor and relatable warmth

Matt Dorsey’s Treasure Island problem

It's a key part of the district's future—but he hasn't been able to explain his vision (or even his understanding of the issues).

At Cal Shakes, a ‘Lear’ set adrift in Black San Francisco

Marcus Gardley's play moves Shakespeare's royal tragedy to the Fillmore in 1969, with much pontificating.

‘Lear’ comes to the Fillmore: A Bay take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy

Cal Shakes' new production centers Blackness, and features live accompaniment by jazz favorite Marcus Shelby.

Arts Forecast: Much ado about Shakespeare in the Park—and Litquake 2022 announced

Plus: Benefits for RAWDance and gun control, delicious drag brunch, and Bizerkely vegan food fest.

Live Shots: Aldous Harding gently rocks the Fillmore

New Zealand singer-songwriter played addictive, idiosyncratic in an intimate set

David Johnson’s exhilarating photographs capture transformative decades in SF

'That was my goal to do that, and it happened. God was reading my mind,' says the 95-year-old, with a 1945-1965 show at City Hall

‘We’re still here’: Kevin Epps celebrates 20 years of ‘Straight Outta Hunters Point’

At a joyous Juneteenth gathering in the Bayview, the filmmaker reflected on Black art and resiliency in San Francisco.

Arts Forecast: Juneteenth, Jazzteenth, Corgi Con, Bad Gays, Sara Shelton Mann, more

Plus: The Black and queer roots of dance music, Blackwater Holylight, 'Straight Outta Hunters Point,' more to do

Puff: Searching high and low—in SF and NYC—for that perfect score

A tale of two cannabis scavenger hunts, on two very different coasts.