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Trump’s Lawyers: ‘Apprentice’ Contestant Can’t Sue President

NEW YORK (AP) — Republican President Donald Trump’s lawyers say he’s immune while president from defamation claims brought by a former contestant on his reality TV show “The Apprentice” who [Read entire story]

O’Reilly Apologizes For Joking About Rep. Maxine Waters’ Hair

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly apologized Tuesday for saying he had a hard time concentrating on California Rep. Maxine Waters during a speech because he was distracted by her “James [Read entire story]

Sonoma Film Festival runs through April 2

Got to hand it to a film festival that is hosting a free UFO symposium — with free lunch, no less. After its single-film opening night on Wednesday, March 29, the Sonoma International Film Festival gets into full [Read entire story]

Greene revisits past while looking to the future

The roots singer-songwriter, who has performed with everybody from Phil Lesh to the Black Crowes, is in the middle of his third annual residency at the Sweetwater Music Hall — his longest residency to date — and [Read entire story]

Cuba Caribe Festival

The 13th Cuba Caribe Festival of Caribbean dance and music, which runs nine days from Thursday, March 30, to April 7, will include seven world premieres, master classes, film screenings, lectures and celebrations at [Read entire story]

Tinariwen, Dengue Fever bring disparate sounds to UC Theatre

The headliner is Tinariwen, a rock group of Tuareg musicians who hail from northern Mali. Much of their music evokes their homeland, love letters of a sort to a land that they’ve largely been forced from due to [Read entire story]

Join KPIX 5’s Elizabeth Cook On ‘The Talk’

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Have you ever wanted to travel to Los Angeles for a live-taping of The Talk? Here’s your chance! The Anchors Away Sweepstakes will give five lucky fans the chance to fly to Los [Read entire story]

Prefer the absurd? Say yes to ‘The House of Yes’

A hurricane’s already brewing as the play opens, but just as tempestuous is the exchange inside the Pascal home, where Jackie-O — not the actual Jacqueline Onassis, but something stranger (played by Caitlin Evenson) [Read entire story]

Thoughtful vocal musicianship in an intimate venue

Christine Andreas has such distinctive, committed phrasing that when she alights on a note with a tender whisper, you can’t imagine anyone ever choosing to communicate at a different volume. On Sunday, April 2, [Read entire story]

Robert Klein shakes a leg and we shake in laughter

The oddest thing about Marshall Fine’s documentary “Robert Klein Still Can’t Stop His Leg” is how guys like Jerry Seinfeld, Eric Bogosian, Richard Lewis, Billy Crystal and Jay Leno keep using the past tense when [Read entire story]

Graham Nash celebrates solo return

Graham Nash is best known for the music he made with his partners in celestial harmony, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and sometimes Neil Young. [...] on his solo tour, the 75-year-old singer also revisits the work he [Read entire story]

PBS CEO: Trump Budget Will Shut Down Rural Stations

WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is telling Congress that some public television and radio stations would close if Congress eliminates federal funding, as recommended by [Read entire story]

Montalvo, Scarlett, Lily Cai Dance among Izzie Award winners

In the outstanding achievement in choreography category, Montalvo’s “Pent” (Dance Theatre of San Francisco) shared honors with Scarlett’s “Fearful Symmetries” for the San Francisco Ballet. In the category of [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Tuesday, 3/28/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): That sticking point isn't worth fighting over because there will always be a fly in the ointment. Let it go and move on. [Read entire story]

KBLX’s Armand Carr Gets Young Men Of Color ‘All Tied Up’

Black Renaissance welcomes the man who is the voice of The Quiet Storm on KBLX, Armand Carr. Carr shared his passion to affect change and impact his community. He founded All Tied Up, a non-profit dedicated to helping [Read entire story]

Elohim makes San Francisco stop before hitting festival circuit

The producer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles specializes in muted electro-pop; her catalog captures the lazy, bubbly freedom of lounging at the beach (“Hallucinating”), only to counter with [Read entire story]

Bach’s motets offer a shot of polyphonic splendor

The bulk of Bach’s choral writing lies in his 200-plus oratorios, the very works that the American Bach Soloists were founded to champion decades ago. The Soloists’ weekend program, led by Music Director Jeffrey [Read entire story]

In ‘Harlots,’ madams’ turf war makes for delicious drama

The series, created by Alison Newman and Moira Buffini, is rich with nuance and ripe in its depiction of Margaret’s ongoing turf war with the madam who turned her out as a young girl, Lydia Quigley (Lesley [Read entire story]

Jared & Genevieve Padalecki Are Parents For The 3rd Time

(CBS SF) – Congratulations are once again in order to Supernatural star Jared Padalecki and his wife Genevieve Cortese Padalecki! The couple recently welcomed their daughter Odette Elliott Padalecki on Friday, March [Read entire story]

Music by an orchestra of great Danes

Both have moved on since then, but local audiences may recognize some of the old Nordic magic when the orchestra comes to town for two nights under its new music director, Fabio Luisi. The music of Denmark’s most [Read entire story]