Arts & Entertainment

San Francisco Symphony, Opera musicians settle contracts

Performers’ salaries modified due to inability to play live

On the Vine: Bodegas CARO partnership blends iconic families, cultures and grapes

French, Argentine winemakers join forces successfully

Solo shows by Marga Gomez, Geoff Hoyle work well on Zoom

Master performers create intimacy online

When time comes, JAUZ will return to Bill Graham Civic

Promoter marks 10 years of EDM at storied venue

S.F. museums to reopen to the public

Visitor capacity limited to 25 percent as safety measure

‘All In: The Fight for Democracy,’ ‘Blackbird’ new at the movies

Timely documentary is important and engaging

Frameline44 revisits LGBTQ+ lessons from the past

Varied film lineup addresses themes that reverberate today

Fall 2020 Arts Online: Classical

Music streams live, on recordings, in podcasts

Liela Moss gets political on ‘Who The Power’

Songwriter finds no topic too grim to tackle

Last Call with Saul: When life gives you orange skies, make orange cocktails

Alien atmosphere gives rise to color-themed drinks

‘She Represents’ tells stories of modern women politicians

Book for teens digs deeper than ‘girl power’ volumes

‘American Pathogen’ chronicles Trump’s catastrophic response to COVID-19

YouTube doc urges voters to consider president’s malfeasance around health crises

20th Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces Patty Griffin, Chuck Prophet

First-time performers at online fest include Birds of Chicago, Los Coast, Shakey Graves

ACT opens virtually with ‘In Love and Warcraft’

Plentiful shorts in Our Digital Stories, up-close look at Euripides’ ‘Bacchae’

Chuck Prophet recalls ‘Land That Time Forgot’

Great new album from SF folk rock stalwart

There’s no shortage of fine visual art online

Home computer offers OK way to take in an exhibition

On the Vine: The ‘electric acidity’ of Sta. Rita Hills Chardonnay

The Hilt creates delicious wine from Santa Barbara County vineyards

SF clubs mix things up to avoid a last call

Proprietors get creative with money-raising efforts during pandemic

‘Woke’ creator, cartoonist Keith Knight inspired by run-in with SFPD

Comedy series premieres this month on Hulu