Arts & Entertainment

Affordable, accessible ‘Hamilton’ streams July 3

B’way hit screens on film, captured live from 2016 with original cast

‘Guest of Honour,’ ‘Beach House,’ Hong Kong Cinema

Releases from Atom Egoyan, Jeffrey A. Brown, SFFilm

Opera in The City rescued via online July programming

Singers scheduled for ‘Ernani,’ ‘Steve Jobs,’ ‘Partenope’ to appear

Check out Play at Home, Mime Troupe, Summer Briefs

Radio serials, new short scripts, and more

The Great American Road Trip — Part Three

The third of a three-part series chronicling road travel as America slowly reopens

Coronavirus does not take holidays off, but mistakes happen

I seemingly forgot the potential severity of being around strangers

‘John Lewis: Good Trouble,’ ‘The Outpost,’ ‘The Truth,’ ‘Relic’

Films take different approaches to try to find what’s true

Jessie Ware asks ‘What’s Your Pleasure?’

Pop singer has fun making music, talking about food

LaborFest kicks off 27th annual month-long programming

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

Winemaker Isabel Galindo showcases garnacha from Madrid

Las Moradas de San Martin began making fine wine in 1999

The Great American Road Trip – Part Two

A three-part series chronicling road travel as America slowly reopens

The Alarm’s old albums take on deep new meanings

Mike Peters releases retrospective trilogy ‘Hurricane of Change’

‘Irresistible,’ ‘House of Hummingbird,’ ‘Ella’ new on demand

Check out Jon Stewart’s political comedy, vivid coming-of-age Korean drama, solid musical doc

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

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

S.F. Girls Chorus concludes virtual season with Carnegie Hall concert re-broadcast

With a dedicated corps of youthful talent, the San Francisco Girls Chorus…

SF Playhouse hosts Zoomlets, David Hirata does magic

If being a fly on the (digital) wall at a first rehearsal…

A journey from straight Texas to gay San Francisco

S.F. Gay Men’s Chorus director pens stirring memoir

Flying in the COVID-19 era

Airlines are having a difficult time adapting to the new world of travel

‘Labor of Love’ details birth of San Francisco Pride

GLBT Historical Society multimedia show looks at event’s first decade

A look at San Francisco Pride through 50 years

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