Arts & Entertainment

Gina Harris dreams up a musical memoir

Singer’s show stems from efforts to find comfort after her parents’ deaths

Maisie Peters takes her tunes from pubs to clubs

Young YouTube artist signs with major label

Philharmonia Baroque peforms lofty season opener

‘Cosmic’ concert spans from Handel to otherworldly Shaw premiere

Good Day Oct. 20-22, 2019

Nabucco, Arthur Dong, American Chamber Players, SF Bach Choir, Walk to End Lupus, Liz Phair, Dave Barry, Adam Mansbach, Ronan Farrow, ReOrient Festival of Short Plays, Christian Gerhaher, Virgie Tovar, Thomas Fuller, Andy Griffiths

  • Oct 19, 2019

‘Where’s My Roy Cohn?’ looks at atrocious attorney

Doc profiles McCarthy era ruthless top advisor

Films opening Friday, Oct. 19, 2019

S.F. Greek Film Festival begins Oct. 20 with ‘Olympia’

  • Oct 18, 2019

Magic Theatre’s ‘Lady’ fascinates

Lloyd Suh premiere details journey of first Chinese woman in U.S.

New releases expand the boundaries of traditional California-style chardonnay

Chardonnay is the most widely planted grape varietal in the United States…

Regrettes’ Lydia Night preaches empowerment

Pop punk band’s second album is ‘How Do You Love’

‘The Lighthouse’ a deeply unsettling horror flick

‘Witch’ director Robert Eggers meditates on isolation

Good Day Oct. 17-19, 2019

United Nations Association Film Festival, Sweat, Joe Bonamassa, Thom Yorke, Bill Burr, San Francisco Girls Chorus, Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival, Marc Anthony, OurTownSF Nonprofit Expo

  • Oct 17, 2019

Rick Wakeman brings his piano and comedy tour to The City

Yes keyboardist covers five-decade career in solo concert

Good Day Oct. 16-17, 2019

Eve Rodsky, Devendra Banhart, Maribou State, Kazu, Zadie Smith, Michael Longoria, Mesha Maren, Phil Collins, J Balvin, Disney On Ice, GWAR, Lawrence Weschler, Tent City

  • Oct 16, 2019

Resplendent James Tissot works at Legion of Honor

‘Fashion & Faith’ covers 19th century painter’s illustrious career

  • Oct 15, 2019

Lead actors light up African-American Shakes’ ‘Othello’

Modern-dress version of tragedy is engrossing, electrifying

New production fine match for SF Opera’s ‘Marriage of Figaro’

‘Manor home’ trilogy of Mozart works gets off to good start

Temples build ‘Hot Motion’ in deluxe studio

Frontman James Bagshaw builds sound space from scratch

‘Dutch House’ a powerful drama about family and memory

Ann Patchett excavates emotional ruin in gripping new novel

Gallivanting on the Ganges

A cruise along India’s sacred river a fascinating West Bengal adventure

Jorge Argueta’s Caravan of Dreams

Over the past decade, Argueta, who is a poet and award-winning children’s author, has been returning to his home country with more frequency and purpose.