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Dear Abby: Pending graduation hard on sister being left behind

Pending graduation hard on sister being left behind After hearing her say, “Only a couple of more months till I’m done with school forever,” I have realized I’m mad because she’s graduating soon. For the past [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Saturday, 3/25/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): Don't take people's wishes literally. It's better to treat them more like works in progress. [Read entire story]

Review: ‘Hamilton’ makes San Francisco believe

[...] the show’s Thursday press opening at SHN’s Orpheum Theatre demonstrated that in the Trump era, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about the nation’s first secretary of the Treasury has still more to teach us — [Read entire story]

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ moves to Fridays, causing headaches for SF gay bars

Get ready, queen: tomorrow, RuPaul's Drag Race returns for its ninth season. Fresh off an Emmy win, the popular reality competition show has switched its time slot from 9pm Mondays to 8pm Fridays—ruffling the feathers [Read entire story]

System of a Down’s Serj Tankian Performs At ‘Game of Thrones’ Concert Experience

By Amanda Wicks (RADIO.COM) – System of a Down’s Serj Tankian made a surprise appearance at the Game of Thrones Concert Experience in Los Angeles Thursday night. Tankian performed “Rains of Castermere” from the [Read entire story]

Get to know the San Francisco ‘Hamilton’ cast

The popular Broadway Musical "Hamilton" is now in San Francisco, and those lucky enough to get tickets have already liked what they've seen. [Read entire story]

Dear Abby: Mom’s adult children slow to embrace her new husband

Mom’s adult children slow to embrace her new husband Some of my adult children, although they did not want me to be alone and they say they are happy for me, have been slow in welcoming my new husband. Wishing him a [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Friday, 3/24/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): You always said someone would be back and now he is. But is he sorry? Hold off on the happy reunion until you're thoroughly convinced. [Read entire story]

Stars of ‘The Flash’ Added To Silicon Valley Comic Con Line-Up

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Just announced, stars of the hit CW series The Flash, Grant Gustin and Tom Felton will be in attendance at this year’s Silicon Valley Comic Con, April 21st through the 23rd. The brainchild of [Read entire story]

At long last, ‘Hamilton’ premieres in San Francisco

After much anticipation, "Hamilton: The Musical" made its San Francisco debut at the Orpheum Theatre on Thursday night, a performance that marks the launch of its national tour. "My name is Alexander Hamilton/ And [Read entire story]

Chuck Barris, creator of ‘Gong Show’ and ‘Dating Game,’ dies

Chuck Barris, “The Gong Show” creator and host who claimed — though never too seriously — that he doubled as a CIA assassin during the height of his game show popularity, has died at his home in Palisades, N.Y. [Read entire story]

‘Wilson’ has plenty of laughs but doesn’t completely satisfy

Woody Harrelson plays Wilson, an unfiltered loner who invades the personal spaces of others and offers pointed critiques of contemporary society, whether he’s with an unsuspecting dog-walker, a train passenger or even [Read entire story]

‘T2 Trainspotting’ is nonstop pleasure

At its best, and “T2” is mostly at its best, there’s a kind of joy about it, and a joy in watching it, of sitting back and witnessing a succession of beautiful and clever surprises, of never knowing what’s coming [Read entire story]

‘Tickling Giants’ the journey of the Jon Stewart of Egypt

Bassem Youssef is a genial man who as a doctor went into the streets of Cairo during the Arab Spring and came out a world-famous comedian. The man now known as the Jon Stewart of Egypt has graced us with satirical humor [Read entire story]

Joanne Kyger, trailblazing Beat poet, dies at 82

Joanne Kyger, a leading poet of the San Francisco Renaissance and a rare female voice of the male-dominated Beat generation, has died. Ms. Kyger died Wednesday at her home in Bolinas, in hospice care, said her husband, [Read entire story]

The Band Perry breaks from country past at intimate SF show

After nearly a decade of lobbing button-down hits into the country music charts, the Grammy-winning group made up of siblings Kimberly (vocals), Reid (bass) and Neil Perry (mandolin) is itching for the kind of pop [Read entire story]

ACT artistic director Carey Perloff to step down

ACT artistic director Carey Perloff will step down at the end of the company’s 2017-18 season, the theater announced Thursday, March 23. Among Perloff’s many accomplishments have been funding the repair of the Geary [Read entire story]

Arabian Shakespeare Festival’s ‘Jihad Jones’

In writing “Jihad Jones and the Kalashnikov Babes,” Yussuf El Guindi was inspired by finding himself, he writes in an author’s note, “part of a racial/ethnic/religious group that has been cast as villains on the [Read entire story]

Lily Janiak’s theater pick, March 26

The Freight and Salvage has forayed into theater before, but those excursions are rare for the venerable Berkeley music venue, which makes its one-off performance of Pamela Rose’s “Blues Is a Woman” all the more [Read entire story]

Kristi Yamaguchi’s ‘break a leg’ tweet brings out every GIF the internet has

A good luck tweet from Kristi Yamaguchi to former Olympic figure skating teammate Nancy Kerrigan is drawing online attention. Ahead of the 1994 Winter Olympics, Kerrigan was hit in the leg with a crowbar by a man hired [Read entire story]