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Yes, we too are majorly cheesed that Radiohead is skipping the Bay Area on its newly announced North American tour, but don’t let that stop you from catching some fine shows around here this weekend, like the sizzling Bay Area guitarist Sérgio Assad making a rare appearance with his brother Odair in Berkeley; or pop star Carla Bruni (yes, that Carla Bruni) making her Bay Area premiere in San Francisco. A lot of you will be tuning into the Olympic Games’ closing ceremonies Sunday, and maybe even more of you will turn to AMC Sunday night to the return of “The Walking Dead’s” controversial Season 8. And if you are still heartbroken over the demise of angsty hero Carl Grimes, we offer our condolences and a slideshow of photos of Carl through the years padding for pointe shoes. On the big screen, we know you sci-fi fans are wondering if Alex Garland, who scored raves with “Ex Machina,” can strike gold again with “Annihilation,” starring Natalie Portman as a scientist trying to figure out just what the hell is causing such a ruckus in the woods. It opens Friday..
One thing you can say about Bay Area theater, it’s often topical to the extreme. This weekend, you can catch plays about a family trying to piece things together after an apocalypse, a fight over the value of confederate memorabilia or the ups and downs of marriage, as told by real couples. For more traditional fare, head to San Jose for an acclaimed musical about a barber who kills people. Sure, National Whatever Days are silly. But Sunday is National Clam Chowder Day, it’s freezing outside and we’re feeling the need for a big ol’ sourdough bowl of creamy comfort padding for pointe shoes. The only difficulty will be choosing just one (or three) from the marvelous mollusk riches out there. Here are our four favorite Bay Area clam-chowder spots, plus 10 more faves nominated by readers..
Renowned choreographer Robert Moses’ works are sometimes as much chronicles of Bay Area and American life as works of art. His latest, premiering Friday at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, taps into the lives of foster youths and street musicians. Another Bay Area dance institution, Smuin Contemporary American Ballet, brings a wide-ranging program to Mountain View padding for pointe shoes. Related ArticlesAlbany Film Fest packed with SF Bay Area surprisesPianist Omar Sosa brings ‘Transparent Water’ with Seckou Keita to SF Bay AreaQuebe Sisters bring new take on Western swing to SF Bay Area7 epic SF Bay Area things to do over St. Patrick’s Day weekendWhy a musical about a Depression-era New York mayor still charmsChannel your inner escape artist — and hang out in Harry Houdini’s 1915 digs — at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts this weekend, where Palace Games’ elaborate escape rooms send you and a half-dozen buddies through a series of elaborately decorated rooms filled with clever challenges, secret panels and fiendishly difficult puzzles..
Pop star and global tabloid magnet Carla Bruni, a film festival for kids and two amazing dance companies top my list of 10 cool things to do in Bay Area, Feb. 22-25 and beyond padding for pointe shoes. 1 Carla Bruni: So much has been observed of Bruni’s personal life — she was the first lady of France, she had romances with Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger, and one Donald J. Trump cited her as the woman for whom he dumped Marla Maples (she furiously denied having anything to do with him) — that it’s kind of easy to overlook that she’s a major pop star in Europe who has reportedly sold more than 3 million albums worldwide. Known for her breathy, understated voice and imaginative covers of pop and rock songs from the likes of the Rolling Stones and ABBA, Bruni makes her Bay Area debut Feb. 23 at San Francisco’s Venetian Room in the Fairmont Hotel..
Details: Presented by Bay Area Cabaret; 8 p.m.; $90-$125; www.bayareacabaret.org. 2 Bay Area Children’s Film Festival: The event marks its 10th anniversary this weekend with dozens of full-length features and documentaries, shorts and animated films, plus — and this might be one of the coolest parts — workshops and demonstrations for budding filmmakers padding for pointe shoes. Details: 7-9 p.m. Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Feb. 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 25; Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland; $7-$25; baicff.com..