Arts & Entertainment

Good Day June 16-18, 2019

Digable Planets at Stern Grove, North Beach Festival, Dia de la Feria, Orquesta Akokán, Field of Dreams, We Are La Cocina, Elaine Welteroth, Ocean Vuong, Sasha Berliner, The Comet is Coming, Major!

  • Jun 15, 2019

‘Action Hero’ could use more action

Actors stranded in Theatre Rhino’s idea-packed comedy

Rob Thomas happy making music he wants to make

Songwriter aims to tell truth, not save world, through pop

Villon adds vibrancy to San Francisco’s mid-Market scene

Described by some as “the city’s hippest hotel,” the new Kelly Wearstler designed Hotel Proper, located at Market and McAlister Streets offers ambience.

John Paul White revives countrypolitan

Ex-Civil Wars artist collaborates with songwriting heroes on new album

Films opening Friday, June 14, 2019

‘5B’ tells story of compassion at SF General’s AIDS ward

  • Jun 14, 2019

SF Queer Women of Color film fest turns 15

Program and its parent group focus on creating community

Proposal brings new hope for the Mezzanine

The Mezzanine may not be forced to move out after all if District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney’s plan works.

Turning oddball spirits into fun cocktails

Bar pros Nick Kosevich and Ira Koplowitz launched the well-known Bittercube Bitters in Milwaukee in 2009, macerating unique flavors of cocktail bitters.

Good Day June 13-15, 2019

Jennifer Lopez, Better Than Ezra, Shannon Watts, Robert Moses’ Kin, LANY, Rent, Spencer Day, Nick Murphy, SF Juneteenth Festival, Phono Del Sol, Train, Goo Goo Dolls, Third Eye Blind, Teresa Sabankaya

  • Jun 13, 2019

‘Dead Don’t Die’ offers Jim Jarmusch’s unique take on zombies

Low-key flick destined to become a cult classic

‘Halston’ doesn’t dig beneath designer’s glam surface

Doc showcases fashion great’s art rather than character

Emma Thompson spins comic gold in ‘Late Night’

Writer, costar Mindy Kaling’s mainstream comedy is warm, witty

Good Day June 12-13, 2019

Patty Griffin, Once, Alix Ohlin, Little Simz, Kishi Bashi, Rick Reilly, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Pam Ann, Caitlin Gill, SF Symphony, SF DocFest, SF Black Film Festival, Draco Rosa, Wink

  • Jun 12, 2019

Other Minds’ other take on ‘Twilight Zone’ music

Group premieres adventurous ‘tale of gothic horror’

Cutting Ball Theater reprises ‘Bald Soprano’ with hilarity

Actors shine in Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist classic

Operators pair bleak lyrics with urgent, upbeat sounds

Album ‘Radiant Dawn’ influenced Eastern Europe sociopolitics

‘Orlando’ makes victorious return to War Memorial Opera House

Five principals shine in SF Opera production of Baroque gem

TheatreWorks wins Tony, opens Rajiv Joseph’s ‘Archduke”

South Bay troupe celebrates 50 years with regional award, premiere

Sonoma Distilling Co. offers tours, and pours of its craft whiskey

Sonoma County, home to some of California’s finest wineries, is beginning to establish itself as a leader in creating premium craft beer and spirits.