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Castro January




Vol. 47 • No. 1 • January 5-11, 2017

“The Birth of Venus” (2014) by Roz Chast. Cover illustration for The New Yorker, Aug. 4, 2014. Watercolor and ink on paper. On view April 27-Sept. 3, 2017, at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.

by Sura Wood

Looking ahead at 2017 in the museums


017 has barely gotten off the ground, but it’s already shaping up to be a dynamic year at local museums. Take a look. The GLBT History Museum Beartoonist of San Francisco: Sketching an Emerging Subculture features cartoonist Fran Frisch in a playful exploration of the history of the city’s bear community, which, beginning in the 1980s, celebrated older masculine men of the burly, huggable, hairy variety. (Jan. 27 through May) See page 26 >> Courtesy Danese/Corey, New York; Roz Chast

SF Symphony & SF Opera ring in 2017 by Philip Campbell


efore Trump gets Sylvester Stallone to re-consider being posted to the National Endowment for the Arts, let’s get real and consider instead some promising musical events scheduled for the City by the Bay in 2017. See page 26 >>

Cellist Gautier Capucon returns to Davies Symphony Hall this month.


Courtesy SFS

January 5, 2017 Edition of the Bay Area Reporter  

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