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Under the Stars: Sylvester shall sing again

Plus: Carlos Niño's collab album with Andre3000 and friends, Arooj Aftab returns, Sis channels Sri Aurobindo. New music!

Our Ultimate Pride Guide 2024 is bustin’ out all over

30+ parties, arts events, and activities to boot up your sassy queer season—even if you're boycotting!

SF Opera’s ‘Partenope’ offers Old Hollywood glamour, little subtext

With a full century behind them to choose from, SF Opera’s 2023-24 season has had a feeling of “throw things at the wall and...

Juneteenth reading of ‘3rd & Palou’ humanized 1966 Hunters Point Uprising

Biko Eisen-Martin's thrilling work-in-progress play is 'based on the world immediately outside the exit doors.'

SF Opera tackles mass shootings and class privilege in ‘Innocence’

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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.

Screen Grabs: Past pieties, present violence, future songs

Intricate 'Kidnapped,' gory 'In a Violent Nature,' and gorgeous 'Songs of Earth' span the chronological spectrum.

Ambitious ‘Galileo’ discovers a musical universe all its own

Composers Michael Weiner and Zoe Sarnak take off from rock and pop to explore more celestial sounds.

Screen Grabs: 90 years ago, a ‘Black Cat’ slunk in from the future

Plus Ralph Fiennes' Macbeth, 'Evil Does Not Exist,' 'H2: The Occupation Lab,' 'Terrestrial Verses,' more movies

Uproarious camp-fest ‘Bitch Slap!’ is a surprisingly touching ode to SF

D'Arcy Drollingers tribute to over-the-top '80s soaps features the talents of folks who could only be found here.