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Dear Abby: Despite promise to stop, man resumes watching pornography

Dear Abby: Can you tell me why men watch porn? My husband watches porn on the computer at all hours of the night. When I found out about it six months ago, he promised he would stop doing it, but I just realized that he [Read entire story]

Old Time Music Convention brings nostalgic music back to Berkeley

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Well-Known Vallejo Mural Accidentally Painted Over By Film Crew

VALLEJO (CBS SF) – A mural in Vallejo dedicated to young lives lost was painted and erased accidentally. One mother who son was tragically killed tells KPIX 5’s Christin Ayers her plans to move forward from yet [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Wednesday, 9/20/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): You warned everyone that quick fixes would come up short and today they do. Let it go for now. Colleagues will be ready to listen to reason soon. [Read entire story]

First Look of Alicia Vikander In Action As ‘Lara Croft’

VIDEO: Tomb Raider – Official Trailer #1 – Warner Bros. UK (CBS SF) – On Tuesday night, Warner Bros. released the first trailer for the Tomb Raider reboot starring Alicia Vikander. It’s our first [Read entire story]

‘Golden Circle’ too much action in service of next ‘Kingsman’ sequel

For all its breathless action, mind-boggling gadgets and stylized fight sequences, nothing much happens in the comic-book spy caper “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” It’s a sequel trying to set up [Read entire story]

Karen Allen on ‘Year by the Sea,’ directing and ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’

Before we chat about Karen Allen’s new film, let’s get this out of the way: She is hoping to be a part of “Indiana Jones” part 5. “I’m imagining we’ll know within the next year,” Allen [Read entire story]

Psychic TV comesto the Independent

Psychic TV, the English experimental music and art group featuring Genesis P-Orridge, are hard to describe in any succinct way, in part because they’ve been creating music and visual art for so long that it would be [Read entire story]

Kasabian brings arena-size show to the Regeny Ballroom

The British band Kasabian recently released its sixth studio album, “For Crying Out Loud,” once again securing its status as an act capable of filling arenas back home with big beats and heavy distortion. [Read entire story]

Blues Festival returns to downtown Martinez

Downtown Martinez erupts with the sounds of wailing guitars — and wailing men — as the seventh annual Bay Area Blues Festival returns to Main Street. Along with the usual assortment of food, local [Read entire story]

Celebrating Philippine culture in dance and music

It’s the 25th anniversary of the Likha Pilipino Folk Ensemble, so expect a spectacular celebration of culture from the Philippines at the Palace of Fine Arts this weekend. Founded by Rudi C. Soriano, [Read entire story]

Music for the banned: S.F. concert with anticensorship theme

The forces of repression continue to try to control what people write and read, and the musicians of the Bay Area chamber ensemble Phonochrome aren’t having it. To coincide with Banned Books Week, the ensemble’s [Read entire story]

Weekend booking — Francis Ford Coppola, Sept. 21

Ever curious and ever the maverick, Francis Ford Coppola is now spreading the gospel of something called live cinema. Mixing techniques from theater, TV and film, the medium lets audiences watch performances, shot by [Read entire story]

Oakland artist restores historic Transbay Terminal benches

An Oakland artist has been hard at work restoring some mementos of San Francisco history: long wooden benches that for over 70 years were fixtures of San Francisco's Transbay Terminal. [Read entire story]

San Francisco finally gets its hillside sign

Hollywood has its name stamped into the hillside, and so does South San Francisco. The city itself, however, has gotten by without a mark of delineation — until now, with the installation of the word “DREAM” in [Read entire story]

Folsom Street Fair expects 400,000 Sunday

You can always tell summer is coming to an end when Folsom Street fills up with leather and kink enthusiasts and exhibitionists. The annual Folsom Street Fair is going down Sunday, Sept. 24, meaning [Read entire story]

Taylor Mac’s ferocious epic traces American history through music

Worried about the future of American theater? Look to Taylor Mac. Mac’s “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music,” whose first two chapters played Friday, Sept. 15, and Sunday, Sept. 17, respectively, [Read entire story]

For his centennial year, celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s tireless vitality

Leonard Bernstein didn’t just live in the moment. He embraced it to the fullest, seizing upon every manner of human experience and drawing it into one of the voracious bear hugs that became his signature gesture. [Read entire story]

Cal Shakes announces season of adaptations

Two contemporary plays by writers of color and an evening-length adaptation of four Shakespeare plays will comprise California Shakespeare Theater’s 2018 season at the outdoor Bruns Amphitheater, the company announced [Read entire story]

Dear Abby: She’s found perfect partner, but still needs more alone time

Dear Abby: I have been dating a great guy for a few months. He treats me well and seems to care about me and my family. He offers to help with the bills and cleaning my place. He’s also kind and honest, and he’s [Read entire story]