Curtains up, San Francisco! Deciding which of these top shows to attend could be a theater-goer’s biggest dilemma. Romance, revivals, smash musical comedies, a matriarch of screen and stage, and a drag queen great are coming to town to tread the boards.
From “The Theory of Everything” to “Birdman” to “St. Vincent,” some movies this year just got it right.
San Francisco’s museums, gardens, parks and neighborhoods reveal tales and secrets of past and present, waiting to be revealed by expert tour guides offering heaps of history and interesting anecdotes on fascinating winter walks and tours. Best of all, they’re free.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
We look at East Bay-based organizations that are more than deserving of a spotlight for all they do 365 days a year. During the holidays, the increased demand for food and distribution must be met by volunteers’ actions and generosity.
Plan to enjoy more activities and events with friends and family around the holidays in 2014.
A Hayward artist unveiled his stunning tribute to the late actor Robin Williams using 600 re-purposed Rubik’s Cubes.
Even before the New Year’s resolutions are drafted and “do more cultural activities” appears on the list again, consider these San Francisco art events and exhibits for December and beyond.
Take the word literally, and Thanksgiving becomes the ideal occasion for volunteerism. Among the best events for Thanksgiving are the opportunities to give something back to those in need. The San Francisco Bay Area has lots of people with hearts of gold.
San Francisco can produce a world-class symphony orchestra or a chamber music trio, plus everything in between for a busy calendar of classical music performances in the city.
Time for the most prestigious award..Who had the better beard? And the nominees are…
There will be a slew of movies hitting the big screen in 2015. Here is a list of the biggest