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In any given month, the calendar is packed with local film events, many of them very good, but the Mostly British Film Festival, established about a decade ago by former Chronicle movie editor Ruthe Stein, seems to get better every year.
The San Francisco Opera and Bay Area classical radio station KDFC continue their monthly broadcasts of performances captured during SF Opera's Fall 2016 Season, including the premiere of "Dream of the Red Chamber."
San Francisco Sheriff Vicki Hennessy is asking for body scanners so that transgender inmates in jail can be searched electronically rather than relying on sheriff's deputies to examine people.
California officials still haven't fixed problems with the state's AIDS Drug Assistance Program, months after issues with the system emerged.
More than 100 friends of Dennis Peron's came to San Francisco City Hall Tuesday afternoon to thank the ailing gay activist credited with founding the medical marijuana movement.
Classic vocalists, witty comics, sizzling sensations and sexy scenes fill our mid-February calendar. Get into the groove.
Herbert Blomstedt, Conductor Laureate of the San Francisco Symphony and SFS Music Director for a decade (1985-95), turns 90 this year.
The new British-produced docudrama A United Kingdom is a slow-building but powerful example of history informing our current problems.
The 25th version of San Francisco's Noise Pop festival, Feb. 16-27 at the Roxie Theater, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Artists Television Access and Swedish American Hall, will unspool a number of musicmaker docs.
I have a vague recollection of the movie I'm about to review, and I blame the movie.