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It may be hard to look ahead to outdoor movies right now, but SF remains a town that loves an outdoor film screening, and the season for those is around the corner.
We have another cherished San Francisco movie theater reopening Friday, and the Landmark Opera Plaza’s four screens and facilities are embellished with a million-dollar upgrade.
The Falun Gong dance and propaganda spectacle returns for one-week engagement in early 2022, so you might see a billboard or two.
Two new murals from queer, Black and Latinx artists will be completed soon at prominent locations in the Castro and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods.
After rocking the nation’s world at the Biden inauguration, poet laureate Amanda Gorman now has a mural homage at the Hayes Valley SF Zen Center.
Admission to both museums will be free for their first two weeks of resumed operation.
"To see the surveillance video was so shocking to us," one of the owners of the Scandinavian inspired eatery said. "It is ridiculous."
With classical concerts canceled for the foreseeable future, cellist Saul Richmond-Rakerd has found a new audience: his neighbors.
Kim will be the SF Opera's first female music director, and the first Asian woman to lead any major North American opera house.
Though all of its musicians are under 20, Stewart leads the Youth Orchestra in programs that would do any philharmonic proud.
Normally at the back of the orchestra, Nissly will be the soloist in a new percussion concerto making its world premiere in SF this weekend.
Commissioning Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer's opera "If I Were You" was a risky first for the SF Opera's summer boot camp.
The internationally acclaimed soprano, who got her start in SF, will perform with the Symphony this weekend.