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Las Cafeteras Imagine a Radically Peaceful Future In ‘If I Was President’Q.Logo.Break

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 16:00:42 +0000

'We hope to push people to think about themselves as presidents of their homes, schools, workplaces ... to create the kind of country they would like to see.'


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San Jose’s Northside Theatre FloodedRS24383_16585451_264429013978892_2294837962971545600_n-qut

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 02:41:35 +0000

The Northside Theatre Company in San Jose has been shut down until further notice due to flooding.The Northside Theatre Company, less than a week before the building was flooded.


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Bill Cosby Won’t Face a Barrage of Accusers at his Trial

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:49:41 +0000

A judge ruled Friday that just one of the comedian's multitude of other accusers can testify in his trial


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The Struggles of Austin’s Music Scene Mirror a Widened WorldFormer President Barack Obama attends South by Southwest Interactive for a conversation with Evan Smith, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of the Texas Tribune news service.

Sat, 25 Feb 2017 00:40:57 +0000

As the face of Austin's music office prepares to depart, the city's problems and successes may offer a lesson for the world at large about globalization and technology.Former President Barack Obama attends South by Southwest Interactive for a conversation with Evan Smith, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of the Texas Tribune news service


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American Theater History Is Written on the Walls of the CurranCurran 3Curran 4Shorenstein Hays

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 23:28:42 +0000

Productions such as 'The Music Man' 'Fences,' and 'Wicked' all hit their marks at theater that's almost 100 years old. The wall backstage at the CurranDressing room being rennovatedCarole Shorenstein Hays


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Ubuntu’s Novel-Yet-Lacking ‘Death of a Salesman’ Looks to a New AgeSalesman10Salesman3Q.Logo.Break

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 23:00:57 +0000

If many now feel America is entering a nightmare age, Ubuntu Theater Project’s production of Arthur Miller’s classic standard-bearer of thwarted American hope offers strange, distorted messages from the past. Willy is haunted by (left to right) Charley (Norman Gee), Stanley (William Oliver III), Mysterious Woman (Margherita Ventura) and Bernard (J Jha) in the Ubuntu Theater Project's production of 'Death of a Salesman' by Arthur Miller.Linda (Dawn Troupe) tries to get her husband Willy (Julian Lopez-Morillas) to makes sense in the Ubuntu Theater Project's 'Death of a Salesman.'


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An Operatic Take on Wikileaks and Chelsea ManningTed Hearne, composer of ‘The Source’Q.Logo.Break

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 22:35:27 +0000

Can surveillance and soprano arias coexist? Topical opera 'The Source,' about Wikileaks and Chelsea Manning, opens at SF Opera this week to find out.Ted Hearne, composer of ‘The Source’


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Silicon Valley Theatre Scene Bristles with Political Edge in the Age of Trump100Days_300x300zRS24353_i-cMnN3xb-XL-qutRS24355_Disgraced Prod 1-qutQ.Logo.Break

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 20:00:54 +0000

Silicon Valley theater companies discover that plays scheduled months ago resonate with the current political moment.Priya Kumar, played by Devika Ashok, waits impatiently by the phone as her husband struggles to get back home in Airport Insecurity, produced by the Santa Clara-based theater company Naatak.A Manhattan dinner party starts off in a celebratory mood, before the conversation devolves into tribal politics, in Disgraced, finishing a run at the San Jose Stage Company.


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Watch Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s ‘100 Days Drumpf’ MonologueQ.Logo.Break

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 16:00:14 +0000

Watch a video of the spoken word artist and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts curator sharing his piece about life under the Trump Administration at the 2017 Black Choreographers Festival in San Francisco.


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‘Get Out’: A Terrifically Topical — And Terrifying — Satire

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000

Comedian Jordan Peele's debut feature as writer/director is a blisteringly smart horror film buoyed by the "shimmering, righteous anger" of its take on race.


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Don’t Have a TV? Here’s Where You Can Watch the Oscars in the Bay Area

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 13:11:24 +0000

After a long awards season, the Oscars are upon us at last (Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 5:30pm). Even if you're not into this year's batch of movies, let's be real: you will be watching. So the question is where. Whether you're a TV orphan or simply like company, you're ...read more


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Healthy Comfort Food: Vegan Cauliflower and Potato Curry

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 11:23:10 +0000

Like a zillion other people, once the holiday gluttony is over my body begs for healthy meals and exercise. And with excellent intentions, I make my New Year's resolutions: do more yoga, eat more veggies, live a healthier life. I can usually make it ‘til the end of January and ...read more


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Landlord Orders Removal of Bob’s Burger Mural from Rhea’s Cafe

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 01:50:21 +0000

The owner of the 20th Street sandwich shop that houses Rhea’s Cafe has forced the removal of a Sirron Norris mural


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Cy and David’s Picks: Musical Notes from Native California, Trance Blues, and Bell X1’s High-Flying PopMonet’s ‘Pointe de la Heve.’ part of the exhibition at the Legion of Honor in San FranciscoKanyon Sayers Rood sings with the Oakland Symphony in its program ‘Notes from Native California’Q.Logo.Break

Fri, 24 Feb 2017 01:15:41 +0000

The Do List features an opera on Chelsea Manning, Otis Taylor's trance blues, the band Bell X1 and more.Monet's 'Pointe de la Heve.' part of the exhibition at the Legion of Honor in San FranciscoKanyon Sayers Rood sings with the Oakland Symphony in its program 'Notes from Native California'


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