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Spring Arts Preview


The season’s artistic offerings are as plentiful as ever: The S.B. Symphony says its final farewells to Maestro Gisèle Ben-Dor; the Dance Alliance holds a big-time BASSH; one-time S.B. jazzman Nate Birkey returns; the Hard to Find showcases rock’s fringe stalwarts; theater companies from S.B. to Santa Maria grace the stage; an alphabet soup of galleries—from CAF and SBMA to UAM and JCC—exhibit an array of artists; Speaking of Stories breathes life into literature; and the notorious Jesse James Hollywood’s Hollywood-made tale comes to the big screen. Read on to find out what is, indeed, popping up this spring.

For the Entire Spring Arts Preview see our detailed listings in the following sections this week: Art, Rock, Jazz, Classical, Dance, Film, Books, Theater & Poetry.

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