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SF Ballet Unveils Five Premieres for 2017, Announces 12 New Works for 2018Sarah Van Patten and Luke Ingham in McIntyre’s Presentce.(© Erik Tomasson)Jiří Bubeníček, Dores André and Francisco Mungamba rehearse Bubenicek’s Fragile VesselsLorena Feijoorehearses Possokhov’s Optimistic Tragedy.(© Erik Tomasson)FRANKENSTEIN-The Royal Ballet.Choreography; Liam ScarlettArthur Pita reh SalomeThatcher Joe Walsh Steven Morse Sasha De Sola Carlo DiLannoQ.Logo.Break

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 23:10:57 +0000

Our dance critic weighs in on this season's newly commissioned ballets, including input from choreographers Yuri Possokhov, Jiří Bubeníček, Liam Scarlett, Arthur Pita and Myles Thatcher.Sarah Van Patten and Luke Ingham in Trey McIntyre's ‘Presentce’ at the San Francisco Ballet season opening gala on Jan 19, 2017.Jiří Bubeníček rehearses Dores André and Francisco Mungamba in ‘Fragile Vessels’Lorena Feijoo rehearses Yuri Possokhov's ‘Optimistic Tragedy’ at San Francisco BalletSteven McRae as The Creature and Federico Bonelli as Victor Frankenstein in Liam Scarlett's ‘Frankenstein.’ (© 2016 The Royal Opera House)Arthur Pita (left) rehearses his new ‘Salome’ at San Francisco BalletMyles Thatcher (2nd from right) rehearsing Joseph Walsh, Steven Morse, Sasha De Sola and Carlo DiLanno in his 2017 world premiere, as yet untitled.


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Resilience in the Rain at San Francisco’s Women’s March

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 21:20:50 +0000

Protesters in San Francisco voice their feelings despite public transportation delays and wet weather.


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Now Playing! Remembering Anarchic Artists in ‘Two Wrenching Departures’JACK LOWER ON STATUE1200

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 16:00:25 +0000

Jack Smith lives! In Ken Jacobs' 'Two Wrenching Departures' at YBCA, that is.Still from 'The Wrenching Departures,' 1989.


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February 2017 – Black History Month

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 12:37:37 +0000


Dr. Maya Angelou on the set of “Oprah's Master Class,” circa January 2011 (“Maya Angelou: American Masters”) (Courtesy of OWN)

In February, KQED proudly celebrates the diversity of our community with a special Black History Month programming lineup on KQED Public Television.

Premiere dates are listed below. Please click on each program ...read more


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Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with the Bay Area Bites’ Guide to 8 Chinese Restaurants

Mon, 23 Jan 2017 09:02:41 +0000

The Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Saturday, January 28. San Francisco already started the festivities this past weekend with a mini procession and ribbon cutting ceremony in Chinatown that will culminate in the big parade on Saturday, February 11.

Now is the time to get ...read more


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‘Victoria’ Season 1, Episode 2 Recap: All The Single Ladies

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 21:01:18 +0000

Our episode starts with a blinged-out, bored Victoria riding around town. Some people gather to watch her carriage pass:

But, elsewhere, a much larger crowd gathers to protest:

“One Man, One Vote,” the signs read. A reasonable request, right? Apparently not; soldiers aim rifles at the protestors, yell “In the name ...read more


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Anti-Abortion Marchers in San Francisco Met With Unusual Reaction: SingingFullSizeRender (37)IMG_4093IMG_4171IMG_4205IMG_4165Screen Shot 2017-01-22 at 1.45.44 AMQ.Logo.Break

Sun, 22 Jan 2017 16:00:34 +0000

On a day filled with righteous anger, a 'singing protest' in San Francisco makes a strong argument for the simple power of empathy. The choir gathers before the march.Anti-choice marchers arrive at Justin Herman Plaza.Marchers surround the choir near the Ferry Building.Anti-choice marchers arrive at Justin Herman Plaza.The women's march near City Hall later that evening.


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At Bay Area Women’s Marches, Creativity Out in Force

Sat, 21 Jan 2017 20:15:10 +0000

KQED reporters share the most captivating examples of creative expression from post-Inauguration Day marches in Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Rosa.


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Jay Som Covering Dido Is the Breakup Lullaby You Never Knew You Wanted

Fri, 20 Jan 2017 22:23:52 +0000

A new covers compilation by up-and-coming Bay Area artists includes some tracks you might just like better than the originals.


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