Arts & Entertainment

Red Room Orchestra plays ‘Twin Peaks’ show at Chapel

Outdoor concert benefits independent music clubs

SF heart art project seeks submissions

17th annual showcase-sale benefits hospital foundation

Jon Anderson energized by singing with birds

Former Yes frontman feels good changes coming on

Streams go wild, from ‘King Lear’ to ‘Three’s Company’

‘Quack,’ ‘Paris Effect’ also worth checking out

Sullivan Rutherford re-emerges as an elite Napa Valley wine estate

Steeped in Napa Valley history, Sullivan Rutherford Estate helped establish the area…

Bay Area’s Nicholas McGegan conducts onstage concert from Texas

‘Live from Jones Hall’ showcases Houston Symphony musicians in streaming performances

‘She Dies Tomorrow,’ ‘La Llorona,’ ‘I Used to Go Here’

Two creative sci-fi, horror flicks, one amiable comedy

The bruising season for cruising

Drastic changes needed before passengers can safely return to the sea

Joe Ely finds love amidst the mayhem

Singer-songwriter tackles myriad projects sheltering in place

Last Call with Saul: Catching up with mixologist Erik Proctor

The Mix bartender says SF could be doing more to help during pandemic

Casino-less Las Vegas

There’s more to Sin City than gambling

Youngsters reinvent gallery show as film

SFArtsEd students inspired by Zoe Farmer’s nature-themed works

International Ocean Film Festival begins online screenings

Features, shorts, talks programmed for July 30 to Aug. 9

New on demand: ‘Tijuana Jackson,’ ‘The Fight,’ ‘Around the Sun’

Digital films explore those trying to help and those just trying to figure it all out

‘Go-Go’s’ doc details rise of pop punk darlings

Group archivist is drummer Gina Schock

Pandemic won’t set The Coronas back

Irish trio releases ‘True Love Waits’ after short delay

Museum of African Diaspora hosts artists in studios

Program is among myriad online upcoming cultural presentations

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival to move online

Organizers announce charitable fund for musicians

Book details history of protests for young activists

48 Hills publisher Marke Bieschke aims to educate about power of dissent

South African Chenin Blanc captivates as an alternative white wine

Country’s Coastal Region a primary source of the varietal into the future