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Tagged with: Juneteenth

With Castro Theatre out, massive Frameline LGBTQ+ film fest gets creative

New executive director Allegra Madsen takes on fresh challenges with an agile attitude—and innovative locations.

The best (and the rest) on local stages in 2023

A wealth of productions highlighted the vitality of Bay Area theater in a year of protest and continued pandemic.

Reparations task force member speaks out—about some very bad press coverage

Nikcole Cunningham describes how her comments were taken out of context to create a warped and dangerous media narrative.

Arts Forecast: Licking our chops (daintily) for Foodwise Summer Bash

"People think of the Farmers Market as 'Oh, cherries are in season,' but there's a complex web of relationships going on beneath the surface,"...

Arts Forecast: International Arts Fest hits stride, Audium throws back, Juneteenth blows up

Plus: Goldie, Wesli, Veronica Klaus, Blake Cedric, Otep, Southern Culture on the Skids, more to do this weekend

Join us at Castro Theatre June 19 for ’90s Black queer landmark ‘Chocolate Babies’!

26th anniversary screening of New Queer Cinema classic plays at Frameline Film Fest on Juneteenth, sponsored by 48 Hills

‘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.

This community-minded Bay platform is giving Black creatives tools to thrive

Artist as First Responder links food justice emcees and performance artists to much-needed community—plus health benefits, hello.

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

Under the Stars: For Juneteenth, support Black justice while expanding your musical horizons

A Friday fundraiser for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund: Score new tunes from rRoxymore, Fulu Kolektiv, Shawn Pittman, more