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Guest conductor gets dynamic response

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Guest conductors are keeping the podium covered at Davies Symphony Hall this month as Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas works with his other family at the New World Symphony in Miami.

Political Notebook: Oakland candidate Harris receives surprise boost

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Three weeks ahead of the November 6 election lesbian Oakland City Council candidate Pam Harris received a surprise boost to her candidacy when the incumbent unexpectedly endorsed her.

Partnership supreme: Dietrich & von Sternberg

By Tavo Amador | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich had a distinctive collaboration. Their six pictures remain visually stunning, erotic, romantic, and atmospheric.

It was a dark and stormy night

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Director James Whale's "The Old Dark House" (1932) has recently been released on BluRay in a newly restored and remastered print.

Reconsidering Bernstein's symphonies

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Leonard Bernstein's three symphonies have gotten a much-needed boost from the composer's centennial, if largely by way of recordings.

LGBT History Month: 50 years on, busting the myths of Stonewall

By Mark Segal | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Each of us who were at Stonewall has a different view of the event, which will turn 50 next year.

Millions slated for homeless services if Prop C passes

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Homelessness has been one of the most talked about issues leading up to the November 6 election in San Francisco, and one of the most contentious issues voters will determine is Proposition C, dubbed "Our City, Our Home" by supporters.

Rachel Bay Jones catches the zeitgeist

By Jim Gladstone | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
Rachel Bay Jones' reputation precedes her. Well, sort of.

Pledging allegiance

By David Lamble | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
First-time writer-director Ike Barinholtz's just-released film is the hyper-confrontational, extremely dark, Thanksgiving Day-themed comedy "The Oath."

Phillips trial goes to jury

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Oct 17, 2018
A San Francisco Superior Court jury began deliberating Tuesday in the Michael Phillips murder trial.

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