Popular, influential, and cult musicians come through San Francisco every day. But it isn't every day when an event comes along that you know will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and serve a good cause. On Monday, Philip Glass' Days and Nights Festival and local promoter (((folkYEAH!))) presen ... More >>
Today, with the passing of Levon Helm, the music world lost a gem -- and probably the greatest drummer-singer ever. We're sad to see him go, glad we got a chance to see him perform at Outside Lands 2009, and ever so appreciative that Martin Scorcese bothered to make a film about the Band's final sho ... More >>
In 1976, the band known as The Band decided to call it quits. Its recent albums hadn't been selling so well, the members were tired of touring, leader Robbie Robertson had (allegedly) turned into a major twit, and it would be a couple of decades before their hit "The Weight" would be used in the tra ... More >>
Or, how 2011 was the year everything changed in music.
Calibree PhotographyThe Black Crowes at the Fillmore last night.The Black Crowes December 12, 2010 @ The Fillmore Better than: That thing Martin Scorsese lugged a camera to. To an Appalachian hillbilly transplant shivering through his first winter in the Bay Area, hearing that durable Southern ... More >>
New York cop drama holds the audience hostage.
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Repertory Film Listings
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
No Direction Home: The Soundtrack
With Cinderella Man, Ron Howard finally scores a knockout
Paul Schrader's Exorcist prequel is a damned soul
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Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
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DVDs | Music DVDs | CDs | Books
Tribute's just another word for nothing left to lose
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A neo-noir, an Ur-neo-noir, and a black political satire color a pallid year of retreads, bogus events, and charity cases.
Vegas meets GoodFellas in Martin Scorsese's faux-epix Casino