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This elegy for European consciousness is shot in black and white, with sudden subjective swings into color, notably when the missing man everyone holds in their hearts appears onscreen.
Even at age 21, when the machinations that led to the landmark Supreme Court decision on abortion began, Norma McCorvey had a gritty history that had little poster-child promise.This play tells some of her story.
Whether you like your music live or DJed, your drag shows lipsynched or live (with sitcom or shade-throwing hilarity), and your gogos hot and/or heavy, plenty of nightlife fun awaits this week.
"I think I'm universally funny," he said. "Funny is funny."
Two ambitious mixed bills alternate at San Francisco Ballet through this Sunday at the Opera House, while last weekend Cristal Pite's dance company Kidd Pivot from Canada outdanced anything I've seen at the ballet, at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley.
It's difficult to picture Claude Monet as a young starving artist, little-known outside a small coterie of fellow artists, critics and collectors, but indeed, he was once just that. So how did he emerge from deprivation, sacrifice and relative obscurity?
In the event of a birthday cake decorated with 50 candles, the State of California requests you make note of your nearest exit.
India's gay prince, Manvendra Singh Gohil, the crown prince of Rajpipla, will be making his first visit to the Bay Area to raise money for his new LGBT community center in Rajpipla.
The San Francisco Symphony and Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas, along with everybody's favorite Broadway baby Audra McDonald, are bringing the joy of music to the call for unity with a special concert in Davies Symphony Hall.
Jewelle Gomez's new play "Leaving the Blues" seeks to provide a deeper context for the simple outline of a geriatric fairytale comeback -- including her love for one woman in particular.