Arts & Entertainment

Feature: Fall Arts Preview

There’s nothing like the balmy autumnal glory of the North Bay, and for this, we editorial scribes at the Pacific Sun are profoundly grateful—if...

Film: In the Evening

Ten years of super-heroism, and the world hasn’t got any better. The Dark Knight (2008), the smartest and most intense of these power operas,...

Music: Respect in Peace

“There’s something really magic about the fact that the King and the Queen left the building on the same day,” says author and veteran...

Stage: Shrew’d Move

by Howard DillonWest Marin is full of beautiful surprises—and one of the richest is the upcoming production of Shakespeare’s proto-feminist comedy Taming of the...

Stage: John Brown Lives

So, what’s former Spreckels Performing Arts Center manager Gene Abravaya been doing since his retirement to the Arizona desert?“I’ve been enjoying my retirement and...

Stage: Life Cycles

The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center is presenting Heroes, playwright Tom Stoppard’s adaptation of a 2003 French play about three World War I vets in...

Film: Toothless

The Meg jumps the shark-movieAggravating, isn’t it, that the megashark in The Meg is only a measly 70 feet long, though certainly, this Meg...

Music: The Flamenco Groovies

Andrea La Canela shares her passion for the blues of Spain “A lot of people don’t know, but the Bay Area has quite an extensive...

Stage: Transcendental Meta-Motion

Transcendence Theatre Company’s seventh season of Broadway Under the Stars continues with a dance-centric production titled, appropriately enough, Shall We Dance. The show runs...

Music: Big Fits In

Longtime North Bay funk outfit adopts new handle, throws down at upcoming Novato blowoutChanging your band's name is no easy task, especially after more...