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King of the Underworld: See San Francisco's Columbarium Through the Eyes of Its Caretaker King of the Underworld: See San Francisco's Columbarium Through the Eyes of Its Caretaker

Tucked in a cul-de-sac in the Inner Richmond, The Columbarium's neo-classical architecture and copper dome seem out of place. The inside of the building resembles a dollhouse and a church… More >>

Toe-to-Toe: A Small Dancer Swallows a Heavyweight Champ Whole Toe-to-Toe: A Small Dancer Swallows a Heavyweight Champ Whole

In Tough, dance artist Chris Black's portrayal of John L. Sullivan isn't exactly straight out of central casting. She's 9 inches shorter than the swaggering, loutish turn-of-the-century heavyweight boxing champ… More >>

Missing Persons Report: Fewer People, More Subplots Missing Persons Report: Fewer People, More Subplots

It's really hard to tell what HBO show will survive and which one won't, which, I suppose, is a good metaphor for the plot of its newest show, The Leftovers.… More >>

The Whore Next Door: Femme Defense The Whore Next Door: Femme Defense

San Francisco has a reputation for being one of the most gay-friendly cities in America, but this year's Pride festivities were marred by two attacks on members of the queer… More >>

The Week in Cheap: Free & Cheap Things to Do in and Around S.F. This Week

18th Annual Urban Youth Arts Festival Was there really any question that graffiti can be "art?" Watch hundreds of talented street artists turn blank canvases into murals during an afternoon of… More >>

The Art of Argument: Controversial Juxtapositions Spark Debate at a Multi-Museum Exhibition The Art of Argument: Controversial Juxtapositions Spark Debate at a Multi-Museum Exhibition

In the spring of 1917, in a storeroom at an exhibition space in midtown New York, the painter George Bellows and the art curator Walter Arensberg had one of the… More >>

All You See Is Beauty: 4801 Third St. All You See Is Beauty: 4801 Third St.

The Bayview is rich in street art that's political, historical, and altogether radical. And then there's Shawn Bullen's All You See Is Beauty, a frolicking work that went up in… More >>

Daddy Issues: The Only Law Is Sperm Law Daddy Issues: The Only Law Is Sperm Law

Halfway through a marathon viewing of the worst show on TV, Paternity Court, I realized that the smug superiority I felt toward everyone on the show was hypocrisy. No, I've… More >>

Red Alert: The Feds Shut Down an Escort Site Red Alert: The Feds Shut Down an Escort Site

Last month, thousands of Californians lost their jobs overnight. On June 25, I began getting frantic phone calls from friends and colleagues about the shutdown of the sex work advertising… More >>

The Week in Cheap: Free & Cheap Things to Do in and Around S.F. This Week

17th Annual Mongolian Naadam Festival Explore the culture and heritage of Mongolia at this annual folk music, dance, and food celebration. Most people come to see the traditional Mongolian wrestling, along… More >>

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