Arts & Entertainment

Frameline Postpones SF Film Festival

Frameline Executive Director James Woolley announced the postponement of the Frameline44 San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival.  Originally set to take place June 18-28, 2020, the film festival is now scheduled to take place in Fall 2020. In addition, Frameline will be expanding film offerings throughout the year and is working on innovative opportunities to still celebrate(…)

Support SoCo’s Booksellers Copperfields Books by Shopping Online

We may have to stay home, but our minds can soar to new worlds when you order books through  Our website offers an extensive array of books that we will ship directly to your home, so you can stay home & shop local. Visit our webpage and click “Shop Books” to browse dozens of genres you(…)

What’s Happening at Occidental Center for the Arts Now

Dear friends and supporters of the arts: I hope you are all safe and warm, and finding ways to keep yourselves entertained. As you know, OCA has put all of its activities on hold for the duration of the County’s shelter-in-place order. So far, we have rescheduled all ticketed events through May, and will resume(…)

Most North Bay Concerts & Events Canceled or Postponed

Here’s a partial list: From the Sebastopol Center for the Arts In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, and with heavy hearts, the leadership of Sebastopol Center for the Arts has decided to postpone all public events, gallery exhibits, programs and classes. This includes the postponement of the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival. We believe it(…)

Join Reading Cinemas in Rohnert Park for a ‘Marty Party’

Reading Cinemas celebrates an iconic director, the one and only Martin Scorsese, in a month-long retrospective featuring four of his timeless, and quotable, films: Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas and Casino. Shows start at 7 p.m. every Wednesday, beginning March 4, with all tickets $8.50. Tickets are available at the box office, or guests may conveniently purchase tickets(…)