San Francisco - Arts & Culture
The filming location that served as Neil Patrick Harris’ psychiatry office, whose view and interiors were depicted in the film is for sale — but a sale appears to be pending with an interested buyer.
The SF Board of Supervisors granted Fillmore Street’s 109-year-old Clay Theatre a historical landmark designation Tuesday, though it remains unclear if the place will ever operate as a movie theater again.
Mayor Breed sounded less than thrilled that 4/20 is around the corner in a Monday press conference on the topic, and laid out the new rules now that there will be legal cannabis sales that day in Golden Gate Park.
North Beach resident and artist Jeremy Fish is excited about The Fish Tank, his new gallery and studio located at 1331 Grant Ave. But he’s even more thrilled to be part of the renaissance his beloved neighborhood is experiencing now that the worst of the pandemic — knock on wood — is behind us.
The San Francisco International Film Festival returns to the Castro and other SF theaters, with Michelle Yeoh, Ron Howard’s new Chef José Andrés documentary, and Michael K. Williams’ final screen performance.
Another Planet Entertainment partners with LGBT construction association for Castro Theatre renovation
More details continue to emerge about Another Planet Entertainment's plans for the renovation of the historic Castro Theatre, including the hiring of BuildOut California, an association of LGBT construction firms and trades.
Clay Theatre on verge of historic landmark designation as SF’s ‘first dedicated foreign film theater’
The SF Historic Preservation Commission has given the OK for the 109-year-old Clay Theatre to become an official landmark, but debunked a few rumors — and no, John Waters’ ‘Pink Flamingos’ did not premiere there.
To show gratitude for the store’s loyal customer base and support local writers, Bookshop West Portal is kicking off its weekend live-reading series Sunday, March 6, which will run until the end of the month.
Another Planet CEO addresses 'misinformation' about Castro Theatre takeover, says future film schedule will meet market demand
Following last week's announcement about Another Planet Entertainment (APE) taking over operations at the historic theater, there's been a lot of public outcry, and APE's CEO says "there were a lot of assumptions made."
Freelancer Jordan Jimenez become a top photographer in SF sports after a serendipitous meeting with Warriors' Jordan Poole
Countless of the world's top photographers are in San Francisco. An SF photographer gained notoriety by chance. He's now a go-to photographer at Warriors games.
The restoration of the Castro's nearly 25-year-old The Hope For the World Cure mural at 16th and Market streets could be impossible after recently being defaced by graffiti.
'The Matrix: Resurrections' premiere descends on The Castro this weekend, raising concerns from merchants & neighbors
Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Lana Wachowski, and the cast of The Matrix: Resurrections are set to descend on the Castro for the US premiere of the fourth installment of the Matrix franchise at the historic Castro Theatre.
SF cult-hit drag queen horror movie sensation Midnight Mass has its first in-person show since shelter-in-place, with a little-known Brian De Palma rock musical and, of course, a lip-synch competition.
‘Entwined’ exhibit and Uncle John’s Tree get their holiday lighting ceremonies Thursday in Golden Gate Park
Bask in a double-dose of holiday glow in Golden Gate Park Thursday, as the LED forest Entwined and San Francisco’s “official Christmas tree” both have their official lightings one hour apart.