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Groups Plan To Protest Louis C.K.'s Sold-Out San Jose ShowsProtests are planned at Louis C.K.'s sold-out set at a San Jose theater on Wednesday evening after the comedian admitted to sexually harassing women in November 2017.
Netflix Raising Prices For 58M US Subscribers As Costs RiseLos Gatos-based streaming giant Netflix is raising its U.S. prices by 13 percent to 18 percent, its biggest increase since the company launched its streaming service 12 years ago.
Burger Boogaloo Announces Initial Line-Up For Festival's 10th AnniversaryBurger Boogaloo, the annual garage-punk celebration held every summer in Oakland's Mosswood Park, made it's first line-up announcement Tuesday, welcoming bands including Scottish noise-pop heroes the Jesus & Mary Chain, Aussie post-punk outfits Scientists and much more.
Broadway Legend, San Francisco Native Carol Channing Dies At 97Carol Channing, the lanky, ebullient musical comedy star who delighted American audiences over almost 5,000 performances as the scheming Dolly Levi in "Hello, Dolly" on Broadway and beyond, has died.
Winter Fancy Food Show Brings Bugs, Male-Boosting Honey To The TableFoodies will delight here, but if bugs or male-boosting honey are among your culinary needs, the Winter Fancy Food Show at San Francisco’s Moscone Center was also the place for you.
Author Yvonne Talley Talks About Her New Book 'Breaking Up With Busy'Yvonne Talley leads meditation and de-stressing programs in Silicon Valley. She talks to BAF about her new book, Breaking Up With Busy.'
Artists From Around The Globe Performing At Fresh Festival In SFThe Fresh Festival is happening in the Bay Area over four weekends, with more than 75 artists from around the globe.
Sing Out For Seva With Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt & MoreThe sight-saving Seva Foundation's 40th Anniversary 'Sing Out For Seva!' was happening January 12 at the Fox Theatre in Oakland with stars like Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Joan Osborne, Wavy Gravy, and more.
SF Sketchfest Rolls Through First Full WeekThe 18th annual SF Sketchfest continues with its first week of stellar programming with a tribute to television legend Carol Burnett, live film commentary show "Riffer's Delight," comedy prankster Harmon Leon and much more.