Arts & Entertainment

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

Grand marshal Beswick will miss SF Pride parade

Gay rights advocate marks four decades of activism

SF-set ‘Stage Mother’ closes Frameline Pride Showcase

Digital film fest offers features, shorts, docs of local and international interest

San Francisco Pride week events

Exhibitions, performances, film, panels round out 2020 celebrations and commemorations

San Francisco Symphony cancels concerts through Dec. 31

Fall 2020 season will not go on in Davies Hall due to pandemic

Iranians mark milestone in diaspora with LBGTQIA Pride event

‘Out in the Diaspora’ builds representation for future generations

‘7500,’ ‘Mr. Jones,’ ‘Jack & Yaya,’ ‘Miss Juneteenth’

New releases go inside a plane, USSR, a trans friendship, Juneteenth pageant

Savages’ Jehnny Beth goes solo

‘To Love Is to Live’ is ambitious debut album

Larry Kramer’s persistence opened doors, achieved lasting results

Feisty advocate-writer left indelible impact on SF, the world

San Francisco Opera cancels 2020 fall season

Spring performances remain scheduled for 2021

Local theaters unite for Black Lives Matter

Stage-screen star Colman Domingo appears in new AASC online talk-back

Malbec finds a home in Argentina

The roots of malbec are the Bordeaux region in southwest France where it is among the “big six” permitted red grapes.

The Great American Road Trip – Part One

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

Westfield Centre mall to reopen Monday

Officials promise safety protocols will be in place

Queen of Bounce Big Freedia heads up online 2020 San Francisco Pride festivities

Betty Who, David Hernandez, Dorian Electra, Kidd Kenn also to appear