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2012 Stories by Anna Pulley

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  • What a Rush

    published November 7, 2012

    This might shock you, but San Francisco has a debaucherous past. Once home to less than 500 people, as soon as James Marshall found gold in them... More >>

  • No Place Like Om

    published December 26, 2012

    Here in San Francisco, it seems you can't throw a bong out of a window without it landing on a yoga studio. The ancient practice is so popular,... More >>

  • Stand Aside, Rudolph

    published December 19, 2012

    Oakland's zoo may have the largest LED holiday light display in the Bay Area, but you know what it doesn't have? Reindeer. These might not be of... More >>

  • The Book of (More!)man

    published December 5, 2012

    The Book of Mormon, the incredibly popular Broadway musical from the geniuses behind South Park (Trey Parker and Matt Stone),... More >>

  • Only in S.F.

    published November 28, 2012

    There are few things that can console us during the cold, dark malaise known as winter. We often resort to hunkering down in bed, drinking whiskey... More >>

  • Fork Yeah

    published November 28, 2012

    There are few things that can console us during the cold, dark malaise known as winter. We often resort to hunkering down in bed, drinking whiskey... More >>

  • We Have an Art-On for the Best SF Weekly Covers of 2012

    published Dec 31, 2012

    Here at SF Weekly, we value art big time (not just on this here arts blog, but across the board). We also happen to benefit from a kick-ass art director, one Andrew Nilsen, who curates the covers each... More >>

  • San Francisco Is a Great Place to Live if You're a Man

    published Dec 27, 2012

    Gentlemen, are you unhappy? Then you might consider moving to Boise, Idaho, which Men's Health recently ranked as the top place for men to live in its annual survey on health, happiness, and quality o... More >>

  • Femmepire Records: Femme-on-Femme and Conspicuous Rainbow Flags
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    Femmepire Records: Femme-on-Femme and Conspicuous Rainbow Flags

    published Dec 27, 2012

    Femmepire Records is an interview series on femme identity. Click here for the elevator pitch and first interview. Here's Louise, a writer and shelver at the public library. If you don't have a defini... More >>

  • Paddle Up, Y'all

    published December 12, 2012

    You've probably played ping pong, the miniature version of tennis once seen only in frat houses and summer camps, but has since found its... More >>

  • Words That Need to Be Retired in 2013
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    Words That Need to Be Retired in 2013

    published Dec 20, 2012

    We love words! They are our livelihood, and our most cherished resource (aside from food, water, a roof, sex, sunshine, and Nutella), but this doesn't mean we don't know when it's time to move on. The... More >>

  • Videos of the Day: 10 End of the World Jams That Aren't R.E.M.

    published Dec 20, 2012

    You probably already have "end of the world" plans tonight (if not, see our top picks below). Personally, we plan on going out the same way we came in, naked and with a Costco-sized tub of Nutella. Bu... More >>

  • The Latest Sex Craze: Hillbilly Porn

    published Dec 19, 2012

    We knew that so-called "trashy" Southern TV shows like Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and Bayou Billionaires have found their way into America's hearts and homes, but we stopped short of thinking that the ... More >>

  • Berlin-Style Ping Pong and Dance Karaoke with DJ Purple? The World Better Not End Thursday!

    published Dec 19, 2012

    You've probably played ping pong, the miniature version of tennis once seen only in frat houses and summer camps, but has since found its place in the limelight, with help from Forrest Gump and the Ol... More >>

  • Get Your Mahj On

    published November 28, 2012

    While Mah Jongg, a game of skill, calculation, and chance involving 136 tiles, may have originated in China (with alternate variations found in... More >>

  • Video of the Day: The Claire Danes Epic Cry-Face Supercut

    published Dec 13, 2012

    Claire Danes has a lot of achievements under her belt. Awards, accolades, Emmy nods, cult followings, and so on. But we think she is actually most famous for her Cry-Face. You heard it here first, fol... More >>

  • Artist Makes Honey Boo Boo Child Portrait Out of Trash

    published Dec 11, 2012

    In what can only be called a very literal undertaking, artist Jason Mecier's latest piece is a portrait of Honey Boo Boo Child, the white trash reality TV star from Toddlers & Tiaras, made out of... More >>

  • The 20 Most Memorable Cosplay Costumes Involving Cleavage
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    The 20 Most Memorable Cosplay Costumes Involving Cleavage

    published Dec 11, 2012

    We'll be honest, we didn't know what cosplay was until we googled it just now. For those in the dark who are, like us, no doubt carving blog posts out of stone tablets, cosplay, "short for 'costume pl... More >>

  • FCC Chairman Urges FAA to Reconsider Dumb Rule About Electronic Devices During Takeoffs

    published Dec 10, 2012

    The holidays are upon us, and that means millions of Americans are shuffling dejectedly into winged metal tubes and flinging themselves across the country. The recipe for air travel is well-known to a... More >>

  • Videos of the Day: Trannyshack's Golden Girls and Merry FORKING! Christmas

    published Dec 07, 2012

    There are few things that can console us during the cold, dark malaise known as winter. We often resort to hunkering down in bed, drinking whiskey out of a measuring cup, and reading depressing Russia... More >>

  • It's Revolution, Baby!

    published November 21, 2012

    It's Revolution, Baby Intersection for the Arts, the pioneering arts and community development org started by Rev. Ted McIlvenna in the '60s, was... More >>

  • Instagram Parody of Nickelback's "Photograph" Is Hilarious and True (Video)

    published Dec 06, 2012

    A friend and I were talking the other day about how Instagram is the least annoying social media site. Facebook is overrun with racist comments and pictures of your friends' fetuses. Twitter is a depr... More >>

  • Word Slay

    published November 21, 2012

    At a reading not long ago, award-winning author Dorothy Allison (Bastard out of Carolina, Trash) smiled in that knowing Southern way... More >>

  • Chrome Extension Debunks Your Relatives' Crazy E-Mails

    published Dec 05, 2012

    As you may have heard, Obama's headed back to the White House for a second term in January, which can only mean one thing: Muslim Kenyan Socialist Armageddon is nigh! Our Communist president is coming... More >>

  • Being Transgender No Longer a Medical Disorder, DSM Revised
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    Being Transgender No Longer a Medical Disorder, DSM Revised

    published Dec 04, 2012

    On December 1, the American Psychiatric Association's board of trustees approved the latest revisions to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, aka the DSM-V. In the revisions to t... More >>

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