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This mammoth exhibit encompasses art, music, video and artifacts related to the 1960s protests against PG&E's plans to build a nuclear power plant on the Sonoma Coast, which often included San Francisco Dixieland revivalists and notoriously outspoken neighbors. The first of its kind, the exhibit explores the roots of an environmental movement that coalesced under what’s now viewed as an insane proposal.
The de Young offers more than 100 politically tinged works in this major retrospective of the artist's prolific yet sadly short career.
Angela Lansbury stars as clairvoyant Madame Arcati—a role for which she won a Tony Award—in this San Francisco run of Noel Coward's comedy classic.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children's musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The Berkeley shows will be performed at Freight & Salvage.
Lamplighters Music Theatre presents Leonard Bernstein’s classic operetta CANDIDE. Join young Candide, his beloved Cunegonde, the absurdly optimistic Pangloss, and a virtual clown car of other eccentric characters on their picaresque journey around the world in search of the meaning of life.
Dive into the dazzling world of aquatic plants at the Conservatory of Flowers' new exhibition Aquascapes -- The Art of Underwater Gardening featuring lush underwater gardens designed to artfully highlight the diversity of freshwater tropical waterways.
San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF Indie) runs February 5-19, 2015. This annual festival showcases the best in independent, alternative, and subversive cinema from around the globe. “One of the city’s biggest film festivals” – SF Station “Sundance may have sold out, but SF IndieFest keeps it real” - Annie Lo, Flavorpill Past guests have included Gregg Araki, Abel Ferrara, Larry Kent, Robert Romanus, Chris Gore, Don Argott, Don Coscarelli, Bruce Campbell, Penelope Spheeris, Jon Cryer, Jennifer Beals, Ryuhei Matsuda, James Duvall, Toyoda…
It’s one colossal party on ice, with all your favorite Disney friends as Disney On Ice Presents Let’s Celebrate! Playing at San Jose’s SAP Center February 18-22, 2015. Show your KQED MemberCard at the box office to receive $5 savings.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children's musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The San Francisco shows will be performed at the Children's Creativity Museum Theater.
It’s one colossal party on ice, with all your favorite Disney friends as Disney On Ice Presents Let’s Celebrate! Playing at Oaklands’s Oracle Arena February 25 - March 1, 2015. Show your KQED MemberCard at the box office to receive $5 savings.
Join KQED at the San Francisco Botanical Garden — celebrating its 75th anniversary this year — to view the magnificent magnolias! Enjoy one of the city’s most breathtaking annual natural marvels as nearly 100 rare and historic trees offer dazzling pink and white blossoms, filling the wintery garden with dramatic color and fragrant scents. Admission is free on Saturday, February 28,2015 to KQED members.
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children’s musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The Mill Valley shows will be performed at the Marin Theatre Company.
The Center for Asian American Media presents CAAMFest, formerly the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), a celebration of film, music, and food from the world’s most innovative Asian and Asian American artists. Guided by the spirit of curiosity and adventure, the Festival has expanded, over the years, from a focus on film to a wider embrace of more avenues of artistic expression and community engagement. CAAM continues to push this new direction with CAAMFest through curated experiences in…
Bay Area Children’s Theatre presents Three Little Birds, a new reggae children’s musical based on the story by Cedella Marley. The San Ramon shows will be performed at the Front Row Theater.