Leslie Katz

S.F. Maritime park podcast elucidates, enlightens

‘Better Lives, Bitter Lies’ details role of trickery in city’s history

Jewish Film Institute serves up ‘Cinegogue Summer Days’

Four-day fest offers drive-in, digital screenings

Burger Boogaloo cancels, back in 2021 with same lineup

East Bay punk fest returns with Bikini Kill, Circle Jerks, local acts

Andrew St. James is enjoying Fast Times

S.F. music booster, songwriter releases new tunes, plays ‘drive-by’ concerts

LaborFest kicks off 27th annual month-long programming

Online offerings address pandemic, focus on ‘building a new future’

Outside Lands to return in 2021 with Lizzo, Tame Impala, Strokes

2020 Golden Gate Park music and art fest canceled due to COVID-19

A look at San Francisco Pride through 50 years

Civil rights quest a cycle of celebrations and challenges throughout the decades

San Francisco Pride week events

Exhibitions, performances, film, panels round out 2020 celebrations and commemorations

San Francisco Symphony cancels concerts through Dec. 31

Fall 2020 season will not go on in Davies Hall due to pandemic

San Francisco Opera cancels 2020 fall season

Spring performances remain scheduled for 2021

Local theaters unite for Black Lives Matter

Stage-screen star Colman Domingo appears in new AASC online talk-back

Queen of Bounce Big Freedia heads up online 2020 San Francisco Pride festivities

Betty Who, David Hernandez, Dorian Electra, Kidd Kenn also to appear

Pink Triangle to light up for 25th anniversary

Iconic S.F. gay rights art installation shines on during pandemic

Frameline announces SF Pride weekend showcase

Big LGBTQ+ film festival offers movies and more in virtual programming

Bar patrons answer call to save Aunt Charlie’s

Fans of Tenderloin drag queen haven and neighborhood spot quickly donate

Community Music Center kicks off virtual Field Day

Festive annual performance marathon raises funds for scholarships

Virtual tour of SF neon signs as good as walk down Bush St.

Tenderloin Museum co-sponsors nifty online local art, history series

May Day for the Arts promotes South Bay pavilion project

Friends of Levitt Pavilion San Jose hosts community concert

SF Sketchfest opens plentiful comedy archive

Presenter offers free tribute to late great Fred Willard

SF’s historic Stud to close down in style with drag funeral

Venue plans to shift to online and mobile operations and eventually reopen at new location