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On the Tab :: March 22 - 30

Thursday Mar 22, 2018
What lures you out of the comfort of home to a nightlife adventure? A favorite bartender, gogo dancer, rock band, drag performer or DJ? Choose wisely, or recklessly. Whatevz.

Intimate access to Elizabeth Bishop

By Garland Richard Kyle | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
There are few lesbian couples who are as famous, highly regarded, and talked about in Rio de Janeiro as American Pulitzer and National Book Award honoree poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian "modernist designer" Maria Carlotta Constallotta de Macedo Soares

Vintage workers' woes at the Roxie

By Erin Blackwell | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
"The Dark Side of the Dream: Subversive Cinema for Subversive Times, 1933-1964" is the provocative title of a mini-fest of old studio potboilers centered on the dangers of being employed.

Vineyard roots

By David Lamble | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
The new film "Back to Burgundy" will best be appreciated by true wine-lovers, but even if you are, like me, a dedicated Diet Coke-head, there's a lot to savor in this melancholy comedy-drama from veteran French director Cedric Klapisch.

Magazine wrack

By Roberto Friedman | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
Out There is always reading print media. Newsprint on our fingers is just mother's milk to us. Here are a few keepers from recent media we'd like to share with you.

Loving Two Janises

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
A new show featuring jazz, rock, and folk arrangements of the iconic performers Janis Ian and Janis Joplin will premiere at Ashkenaz, the Berkeley community music and dance cafe, on Friday, March 23, at 8 p.m.

Spiritual ecstasy in retreat

By Tim Pfaff | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
Spiritual agonies and ecstasies of several kinds are the subjects of Stephen Hough's new, first novel, "The Final Retreat" (Sylph Editions).

Patented Rube Goldberg

By Sura Wood | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
An award-winning, self-taught artist; a punch line; a canny social satirist and raconteur: The many facets of cartoonist Rube Goldberg, a man whose name is synonymous with wacky, chain-reaction contraptions, are explored in the Contemporary Jewish Museu.

Transplanted lives

By Richard Dodds | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
It's hard to imagine that there are many angles left to explore about the Vietnam War, but playwright Qui Nguyen is mining fresh and fertile territory in "Vietgone" at ACT's Strand Theater.

Soloists Shine

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Mar 21, 2018
Two chamber ensembles with brilliant soloists doing double duty as conductors made for some agreeable listening recently in bookend concerts in San Francisco.

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