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Warriors will get an abundance of TV exposure

[...] it will be in the 2017-18 season, when the Warriors are scheduled to make a franchise-record 31 appearances on national TV. The NBA announced its complete schedule Monday — it had released its opening week [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, Aug. 15

James Cagney Pre-Codes: Double feature of two feisty pre-censorship dramas, starring Cagney at his best. “Taxi!” plays at 6:10 and 9:10 p.m. “Hard to Handle” plays at 7:30 p.m. Stanford Theatre, Palo Alto. [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, Aug. 14

“The Notorious B.U.G.”: Marjorie Hazeltine’s one-woman show is told from the point of view of a new species of praying mantis named after Ruth Bader Ginsberg. 7:30 p.m. $5-$10 suggested donation. Dragon Theatre, [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, Aug. 7

“Stilettos for Shanghai”: The U.S. premiere of the documentary also is a fundraiser to aid drag queens from Chechnya. Short plays by local playwrights, all set in a bar, each lasting no longer than the time it takes [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, July 28

Following his first ever American show here earlier this year, the singer for the British ’60s bubblegum pop band the Equals (best known for the hits “Baby Come Back” and “Police on My Back,” which was covered [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, July 17

The master crooner returns to San Francisco, a stone’s throw from the venue where he first performed “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” in 1961. “Rosemary’s Baby”: Roman Polanski’s classic tale of demons [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, July 17

The master crooner returns to San Francisco, a stone’s throw from the venue where he first performed “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” in 1961. “Rosemary’s Baby”: Roman Polanski’s classic tale of demons [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 27

The Pink Floyd cover band performs favorite moments from “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “Wish You Were Here,” “The Wall” and “The Division Bell.” Founder of the Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic speaks to the San [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 26

“Obscura”: Sui generis magician and storyteller Christian Cagigal performs with live blown-up video projection, but you still won’t detect his sleight of hand. 7 p.m. $20-$25. Z Below, S.F. www.zspace.org [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 23

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Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 20

The Crystal Method: The Los Angeles electronic dance music outfit, now a solo project of Scott Kirkland, performs an immersive career-spanning set. 8 p.m. Mystic Theatre, Petaluma. www.mystictheatre.com [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 20

The Crystal Method: The Los Angeles electronic dance music outfit, now a solo project of Scott Kirkland, performs an immersive career-spanning set. 8 p.m. Mystic Theatre, Petaluma. www.mystictheatre.com [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 19

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Gay Pride Week events

Bi-BQ-Bi Pride 2017 A casual neighborhood potluck preceding the Frameline Bi-Candy Short Film program. 3:30 p.m. June 21. Bi Candy Frameline presents a program of expectation- and binary-breaking short films that run [Read entire story]

Correction for Sunday Datebook, June 11

Movie review capsules, June 11, Datebook, Page 30 A capsule review of the movie “Megan Leavey” incorrectly states the first name of the film’s star. The correct full name is Kate [Read entire story]

Viewing parties in Oakland, SF for Warriors

Oracle Arena will open its parking lots at 4 p.m. and the doors to the arena at 4:30 Wednesday and Friday for anyone wanting to watch Game 3 or 4, both of which begin at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person per game, and [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 2

“The Right to Be Believed”: The latest aerial dance from Jo Kreiter’s Flyaway Productions will assert women’s credibility. 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, June 2-3. “Sympathy for a Slacker”: [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, May 29

Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade: The Grand March is followed by a formal ceremony, 21-gun salute, history walks and a community picnic with live music, children’s activities and more. 10:30 a.m. Presidio Officers’ [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, May 30

Soprano Nikki Einfeld joins the ensemble for a program of French and Francophile works by Kurt Rohde, Ned Rorem, André Caplet and more. 7:30 p.m. San Francisco Conservatory of Music, S.F. [Read entire story]

Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, May 3

“A Woman Under the Influence”: The classic John Cassavetes film, with Gena Rowlands as an alcoholic. 7 p.m. The Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley. www.bampfa.berkeley.edu. “No, No, [Read entire story]