Peso Pluma has pushed back his upcoming Chase Center show by four days. The concert, now scheduled for Aug. 31, is part of ...
The company asked artists to come up with new renderings using its artificial intelligence tools. The results were shown at ...
Maupin first left San Francisco in June 2012, just a couple years before his last “Tales” book was published, for Santa Fe ...
This imaginary friend fantasy, co-starring Ryan Reynolds, is too unfocused on  making an emotional connection.
That’s basically the plot of “The Towering Inferno,” the 1974 movie where Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway and a ...
The slow and endless “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is the worst of a sorry franchise. The franchise’s latest wallow in ...
Newly restored re-release of long-unseen “Let It Be” documentary. The Michael Lindsay-Hogg film, though concentrating mostly on the music, shows a band about to fracture.
Straight from the tortured poet’s department, Taylor Swift has brought her new Oakland-produced song “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” to the Eras Tour. The star kicked off the European leg of her ...
Miranda July knows that despite her latest novel, “All Fours,” being labeled a work of fiction, many of her readers are likely to assume that her unnamed narrator — an eccentric, semi-famous Los ...
Tom (Jomar Tagatac), Jim (William Thomas Hodgson) and Amanda (Susi Damilano) toast in San Francisco Playhouse’s “The Glass Menagerie.” Photo: Jessica Palopoli/San Francisco Playhouse Crack open “The ...
Like “Chinatown” with no stakes or “The Big Lebowski” minus the laughs, “Poolman” is a neo-noir comedy that shares just one quality with its superior influences: a palpable love for Los Angeles in all ...