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  • More Theater Reviews

    published December 29, 2010

    Becoming Julia Morgan. This life story of California's first licensed woman architect was written by Belinda Taylor, described in... More >>

  • "Becoming Julia Morgan": Theater Review

    published December 22, 2010

    This life story of California's first licensed woman architect was written by Belinda Taylor, described in the program as "playwright,... More >>

  • You Can Choose Your Friends, But ...

    published December 8, 2010

    How Grinchy would it be to say that holiday stories these days seem to lack inspiration? Even the good ones can get so canned and tedious. Elves,... More >>

  • Women Poets Gather for Reading

    published December 1, 2010

    Hey, look: a poetry reading! Well, when’s the last time you went to one? Okay, then. Go to this one. It should be great. Left Coast Writers... More >>

  • Dissecting Desperation

    published December 1, 2010

    Here’s what we know about Ethel Rohan. She’s from Ireland. She lives in San Francisco. She is one of the million-plus people on... More >>

  • This month's literary events

    published December 1, 2010

    Thursday, Dec. 2 "A brilliant idea," Dave Eggers says. "A great idea," R. Crumb says. "A brilliant, beautifully executed idea,"... More >>

  • Gary Snyder argues for "The Etiquette of Freedom"

    published December 1, 2010

    If all you had to go by was its title, The Etiquette of Freedom might imply some crummy blowhard's latest George W. Bush–nostalgic... More >>

  • Jonathan Kiefer
    COVER STORY

    Final Cut?

    published November 24, 2010

    On the last Saturday in September, at a few minutes before midnight, anticipation ran high outside the Clay Theatre. Overhead, reflected... More >>

  • What It Really Really Wants

    published November 10, 2010

    Kevin Kelly notices things. As a teenager, he noticed his voice and his friends’ voices “being drowned out by the loud... More >>

  • Jim Nisbet's noir detective knows why the book biz is fading

    published November 3, 2010

    The San Francisco poet and novelist Jim Nisbet's new book is an old book, reportedly conceived in the mid-1980s as he was making a name for... More >>

  • This month's literary events

    published November 3, 2010

    Thursday, Nov. 4 It's astonishing how nimbly Anne Germanacos glides across presupposed boundaries — between dream and... More >>

  • Party Like It's 1899

    published November 3, 2010

    Any time is a good time for a new Mark Twain memoir, but especially now. For one thing, Twain, who died in 1910, told the world to let him be dead... More >>

  • Gorilla My Dreams

    published October 6, 2010

    One great thing about this year’s Alternative Press Expo is that Lynda Barry is among its special guests. That’s great because... More >>

  • On a Mission

    published October 6, 2010

    Videofest organizers invited “travelers, explorers, migrants, and wayfarers of all stripes to submit short videos that explore the... More >>

  • Sister Crayon: Show Preview

    published October 6, 2010

    Here's an unsolicited conceptual suggestion for a Sister Crayon music video. It can be about one of those recordings people make late at... More >>

  • Civil Rights -- and Wrongs -- on Broadway

    published September 22, 2010

    Had she not refused to change its title and its ending, Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind, from 1955, would have been the first play... More >>

  • Friday Night: Band of Horses at the Greek Theatre
    FEATURED STORY

    Friday Night: Band of Horses at the Greek Theatre

    published Sep 27, 2010

    ​Band of Horses Darker My Love Admiral Radley  September 24, 2010 @ The Greek Theatre Better than: the studio versions.One reason to check in on Band of Horses now is t... More >>

  • More Theater Reviews

    published September 29, 2010

    In the Wound.After last year's fantastic postapocalyptic, outdoor version of Animal Farm, director and writer Jon Tracy... More >>

  • More Theater Reviews

    published September 22, 2010

    Trouble in Mind. Had she not refused to change its title and its ending, Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind, from 1955,... More >>

  • More Theater Reviews

    published September 15, 2010

    Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray. Theatre Rhinoceros' award-winning artistic director, John Fisher, is ambitious and... More >>

  • "Trouble in Mind": Theater Review

    published September 8, 2010

    Had she not refused to change its title and its ending, Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind, from 1955, would have been the first play by a... More >>

  • Not Fade Away

    published September 8, 2010

    The terrible legacies of our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq include compounding the terrible legacy of our war in Vietnam. Add to that the... More >>

  • Fall Arts: A few books of local interest

    published September 1, 2010

    The Eden Hunter (Counterpoint, $16) By Skip Horack Published: Sept. 1 Reason to care:... More >>

  • Fall Arts: Reading is optional, but Litquake is mandatory

    published September 1, 2010

    The reasons to attend this year's Litquake are obvious. You don't have time to read books anymore. Nobody does. And the whole publishing... More >>

  • You Will Not Need Your Brassiere

    published August 18, 2010

    Where do you go after Stiff, Spook, and Bonk? That is, after Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers; Spook:... More >>

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