Culture

The Color of Monet: Get Ready for the de Young’s Blockbuster Show

Around the world, people think of one thing when they hear the…

 

Cornered: The Stunning Street Photography of Chris Dorley-Brown

When art-goers see Chris Dorley-Brown’s series of East London street scenes called…

 

Dan Savage: Consider the (Extra) Lobster

Two weeks ago, a longtime reader challenged me to create a new…

 

Super-Weird and Awesome Electronic Festival MUTEK.SF Returns

As the aftermath of certain disastrous ultra-luxe festivals glows in the sky…

Famous Local Painter Eugene E. White Dies

A longtime resident of District 5 and an artistic mentor to many…

Incarceration, Not Internment, in ‘Then They Came for Me’

The history of wartime photography is a history of blood, death, and…

Savage Love: The Doll

I am a 56-year-old heterosexual man, and I have lived with ALS…

The Lizard Brain Evolves in Edward Albee’s Seascape

When Charlie (James Carpenter) was a boy, he used to swim into…

Day-glo Guns and Zodiac Ciphers, with Sheet-Metal Artist David Buckingham

In four years of writing “Yesterday’s Crimes” columns for SF Weekly, I’ve…

More Details About Karl the Fog’s Forthcoming Book

The Bay Area’s favorite anthropomorphized airborne event, Karl the Fog, is known…