Leslie Katz

See, listen to ‘Sound of a Wild Snail Eating’

SF Green Film fest screens evocative short

Fans, friends, colleagues remember Grateful Dead’s Robert Hunter

Prolific lyricist, 78, died at home in Marin

Chronicle Books launches narrative non-fiction imprint

Longtime design-centric SF publisher expands focus

Mark Morris Dance Group delights in ‘Mozart Dances’

Berkeley Symphony led by Colin Fowler, pianist Inon Barnatan play beautiful music

Elton John bids a fond farewell in epic show

Captain Fantastic covers long career in Chase Center concert

Madonna to play S.F.’s Golden Gate Theatre

Madame X tour concerts slated for Oct. 31, Nov. 2, Nov. 4

MTT leads final SF Symphony opening as music director

Extra festive concert includes tributes, great singing

John Travolta relates to ‘Fanatic’ title character

Acting vet joins forces with Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Classical

Concerts showcase chamber, choral, operatic and orchestral artists

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Dance

From ballet to contemporary to folkloric, choreographers reveal the power of movement

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Theater

Classic and contemporary stories come to stages across the Bay

Rocks off! Rolling Stones sound great in Santa Clara

No Filter tour serves up classic hits

Up-and-coming Merola singers fill Opera House stage

Powerful students sound like professionals in program finale

Good Day Aug. 18-20, 2019

Isley Brothers, Rolling Stones, Deborah LeSueur, Mahogany L. Browne, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Dobre Brothers, Mabel, Homeshake, SF International Piano Festival

19th Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces Hot Tuna, Chuck Prophet, SF Girls Chorus

Caitlin Canty, Infamous Stringdusters, Kronos Quartet, Long Ryders, Hiss Golden Messenger, Poor Man’s Whiskey, Tank & the Bangas also to appear

San Francisco Opera cancels Plácido Domingo concert

Move comes in wake of news reports of sexual harassment

Outside Lands 2019 Day 3: Paul Simon, Leon Bridges, Kacey Musgraves, Anderson .Paak, Toro y Moi

Judah & the Lion, PJ Morton, Cherry Glazerr, Sheck Wes, Leven Kali round out 12th fest

19th Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces Robert Plant, Emmylou Harris, Mary Gauthier, Yola

Mandolin Orange, Flor De Toloache, Whiskerman, Pimps of Joytime, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Wild Reeds also appear

Filipino ‘Hello, Love Goodbye’ deftly mixes romance, domestic work

Heartthrobs Kathryn Bernardo, Alden Richards are adorable

Treasure Island Music Festival canceled

Promoters point to ‘issues facing the site location’