Arts & Entertainment

Create a mask, win a cash prize

Museum of Craft and Design hosts “Let’s Face It,” an online competition

Podcasts, performances from Marsh, SF Playhouse, Magic and more

Theaters cleverly transition from stage to small screen

Houses of Heaven debuts with ‘Silent Places’

Oakland trio fuses industrial, techno, shoegaze, dub on new album

Golf and running, but no food trucks, in SF’s Presidio

18 holes are open, picnic areas closed, Memorial Day services canceled

Jam-packed Asian Pacific American Heritage Month goes online

Share culture in books, food, films, fine art, music, panels

Good on VOD: ‘Clementine,’ ‘How to Build a Girl,’ ‘Rewind,’ ‘Plagiarists’

New drama, comedy, doc and experimental films worth streaming

Angry Lucinda Williams takes on world’s sorry state

Singer-songwriter gets political in new album ‘Good Souls Better Angels’

City Lights virtual book talks continue in May

Authors, editors, translators discuss new titles

Noise Pop’s new streaming concerts benefit local business

K.Flay, Rogue Wave first acts appearing in twice-a-week series

Three legendary Napa Valley winemakers gather to discuss trends, sample wines

The trio oversees winemaking at iconic Napa Valley vineyards that have been producing wines for over a century

‘Bull,’ ‘Deerskin,’ ‘Capital’ newly streaming

Rodeo drama satisfies, killer jacket comedy offers whimsy over substance

Travel: Armchair journeys during the pandemic

From the Great Wall of China to Mars, it’s easy to get your travel fix virtually

SF Symphony cancels all concerts for remainder of 2019-2020 season

The San Francisco Symphony announced the cancellation of all its remaining concerts…

Former Runaways Cherie Currie out with new solo album

Currie’s stature in rock history is nicely mapped out

Pride cocktails: a recipe collection garnished with rainbows, grief, and joy

Here are some Pride-themed cocktails I asked friends in nightlife to mix up for me

Fiorella, Bi-Rite team up to provide free meals to essential workers

Health care, grocery store and restaurant employees eligible for program

‘Extraction’ and ‘1BR’ are among four new movies worth streaming this week

Mercenaries, sexual taboos and evil cults populate our latest batch of recommended films

Bay Area metal band members experienced COVID-19 first hand

Testament vocalist Chuck Billy and Exodus guitarist Gary Holt were among 10 band members and crew infected

Keeping the DNA Lounge on life support

The legendary San Francisco nightclub was already struggling financially. Then COVID-19 happened.

Travel: When will we start traveling again after the pandemic passes?

Two travel experts discuss what the future holds for leisure tourism