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Remembering basketball great Bill Walton’s life in service to the Dead

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When is a flute not a flute? SF Opera’s ‘Magic Flute’ pipes a wild tune

A blizzard of visual distractions—welcome, overwhelming—marks Suzanne Andrade's cinematic production.

Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

3 must-see shows from SFJAZZ’s smoking summer schedule

The venue has 90+ concerts in the wings over the next three months—check out this hot trio of picks.

Partying at the altar of Anh Phoong: Packed crowd hails billboard queen at the Stud

Newly reopened queer bar's Whatever party welcomed attorney icon with mimes, caviar, and AI anthems.

In ‘Forever Plaid,’ a bit of light entertainment in the afterlife

A dead classic pop quartet has the pipes, if not the complex backstory, in 42nd Moon's family-friendly production.

Nothing’s gonna rain on ‘Funny Girl’ Katerina McCrimmon’s SF parade

“I've always been fighting to make it this far," says the dynamo Fanny Brice with Miami roots and plenty of chutzpah.

Milli Vanilli’s Fab Morvan opens up about candid new biopic ‘Girl You Know it’s True’

'I can say proudly that love has healed me,' says star who weathered instant fame and disastrous downfall.

Spring (and the future) is in the air in Alonzo King’s latest show

The choreographer's two strong revivals and a new piece at YBCA spur the question, 'What comes next?'

Shanti Charan jokes to fight recidivism for people in Bay Area jails

The local comedian-educator uses humor as a tool when teaching college-level courses at Elmwood Correctional Facility.