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New exhibition takes close look at water-related struggles

Water as a political flash point has gained new relevance after protesters in North Dakota spent more than six months trying to defeat a pipeline that would run through tribal grounds and threaten the Standing Rock [Read entire story]

Lyle Lovett and Vince Gill team up for another tour

Lyle Lovett, right, and Vince Gill may not sound much alike, but they share a deep passion for storytelling and authentic country music. What he plays will inspire me, and probably vice versa. Whatever song he chooses [Read entire story]

Sublime To Debut Beer For 25th Anniversary of ’40oz. To Freedom’

By Radio.com Staff (RADIO.COM) – Sublime has teamed with Alesmith to create and distribute a Mexican-style lager commemorating the 25th anniversary of 40oz. To Freedom, the band’s 1992 debut album.. According to the [Read entire story]

USF Human Rights Film Festival turns 15

The University of San Francisco Human Rights Film Festival, now in its 15th year, collates important documentaries about pressing issues from around the world, with Q&As by filmmakers and other guests — and it’s [Read entire story]

Big Sean riding on big ‘Bounce’

Recently tapped to be the face of this summer’s Puma Classics campaign, Big Sean is riding high on the success of his latest album, “I Decided,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. When Big Sean first [Read entire story]

SF Opera starts exploring East Bay nightlife

The latest event, dubbed “Hands-On Opera,” is billed as an “interactive night of operatic fun and mischief.” Curated by the extravagantly gifted young stage director Aria Umezawa, the event features vocal [Read entire story]

Mezzo Connolly’s overdue return

Local music lovers might have to have a long memory, or a well-stocked CD collection, to understand why the return of Sarah Connolly is such a welcome event. The English mezzo-soprano, known for the stylish vibrancy of [Read entire story]

Artist Victor Cartagena on Bay Area farming, immigration

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, midnight snacks and brunch dates — our daily lives are structured around mealtimes and eating. [...] every bit of food that makes it onto the table and to the plate had to have been [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Tuesday, 3/21/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): If you're supposed to be so invaluable then why do you feel taken for granted? Be less on call and people will be more on the ball. [Read entire story]

Postmodern dance pioneer Trisha Brown dies at age 80

Trisha Brown, one of postmodern dance’s greatest pioneers, one of Mills College Dance Department’s most illustrious graduates and an artist of infinite wit and invention, died Saturday, March 18, in San Antonio, [Read entire story]

Prospective Amazon show about 1980s marijuana culture to be set in Northern California

One of the five shows Amazon is considering producing into a series will center around the 1980s in San Francisco and the North Bay. [Read entire story]

Tom Hanks to appear in San Francisco for 826 Valencia benefit

Actor and noted typewriter aficionado Tom Hanks is returning to the Bay Area for a rather noble literary cause: a cocktail party and dinner to benefit author Dave Eggers' literacy programs, 826 Valencia and ScholarMatch. [Read entire story]

Duran Duran Adds 2 Bay Area Shows On North American Tour

(CBS SF) – Duran Duran have added 2 Bay Area dates to their 2017 World Tour. 6 new North American shows start up in Wilmington, North Carolina on April 7th and picks up in Oakland on July 7th and San Francisco on the [Read entire story]

Dear Abby: Husband suspects wife’s bar pal is more than a friend

Dear Abby: I’ve had a feeling my wife is about to leave me for another man. For the last few months he has been coming to the bar where she works and saying stuff to her. [...] she used to sleep nude, but now she [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Monday, 3/20/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): This spring equinox marks the first day of the rest of your life. You probably hear this every year, but this time it's different. [Read entire story]

Corrections, March 20

Rock architect with magnetic showmanship, March 19, Main News, A9 The Chuck Berry obituary misstated the year of the Beatles’ first U.S. concert; it was 1964. Also, Berry’s age when [Read entire story]

Why Kellyanne Conway’s Secret Service Code Name is ‘Blueberry’

Why Kellyanne Conway’s Secret Service Code Name is ‘Blueberry’ Since receiving suspicious substances and death threats, Conway is now addressed by a code name linked to her days on a New Jersey farm Trump’s [Read entire story]

Woman who looks like Beyonce faces down haters

Every girl is a queen in their own right, but when you look just like Beyonce and your name starts with "B", it's only natural to have your nickname be Queen B (not Queen Bey, though). [Read entire story]

Tim Allen says being a non-liberal in Hollywood is like being in ”30s Germany’

Hollywood has been accused of letting its old McCarthyism shame creep back into the 21st century: driving conservatives into hiding and professional exile, like it once blacklisted communists. [Read entire story]

Minerva’s horoscope for week of March 19

Spring is finally here, and the sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars and Uranus have come together to celebrate in charge-ahead Aries. Aries (March 20-April 18) The planetary confab in your sign has an auspicious date with [Read entire story]