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What Happens Here Gets Heard: Lessons from Four Years in the Trenches of San Francisco Music What Happens Here Gets Heard: Lessons from Four Years in the Trenches of San Francisco Music

Lars Ulrich is not a scary man. He is short, Danish, and gabby. He often wears gym shorts onstage. But at the Fillmore that night, Lars Ulrich wasn't the one… More >>

Getting Trashed: A Trailer Trash Party Stirs Up Controversy in the BDSM Community Getting Trashed: A Trailer Trash Party Stirs Up Controversy in the BDSM Community

Domina, a Sonoma-based event planner, advice-dispenser, and proprietor of the chatty BDSM website The Frugal Domme, has hosted trailer trash parties at local bondage club The San Francisco Citadel for… More >>

Breast Practices: Shirtless Dad Barry Zito Is Poised to Inspire an Obstetric Trend Breast Practices: Shirtless Dad Barry Zito Is Poised to Inspire an Obstetric Trend

Shirtless photos of Barry Zito abound on the internet. That's a shade counterintuitive, because the extraordinarily well-compensated former San Francisco Giants pitcher, of all people, ought to be able to… More >>

Station Sanitation: The Commodes Stay Closed at BART, Whether You Like It or Not Station Sanitation: The Commodes Stay Closed at BART, Whether You Like It or Not

A blind person wandering from the Westfield Mall into BART's Powell Street Station realizes when he's crossed the threshold from one to the other. The overwhelming odor of Wetzel's Pretzels… More >>

Concealed Carry-On: Every Week, Passengers Bring Guns, Bombs, and Knives Through Airport Security Checkpoints -- Even in San Francisco Concealed Carry-On: Every Week, Passengers Bring Guns, Bombs, and Knives Through Airport Security Checkpoints -- Even in San Francisco

Thirty-five loaded firearms. Seventy-four credit card knives. Two inert grenades. One grenade-shaped vaping device. One live smoke bomb. A dagger tucked into the handle of a hairbrush. Two knives concealed… More >>

Hooked on Legalization: Marijuana Is Addictive, Whether Legalization Backers Admit It or Not Hooked on Legalization: Marijuana Is Addictive, Whether Legalization Backers Admit It or Not

Three or four nights a week in San Francisco, a group of people shuffle into an anonymous meeting hall. The bitter scent of freshly stamped-out cigarettes follows them inside where,… More >>

A Faux-Hawk By Any Other Name: An <i>SF Weekly</i> Writer's Gift to the English Language Predicted the City's Transformation A Faux-Hawk By Any Other Name: An SF Weekly Writer's Gift to the English Language Predicted the City's Transformation

The storage facility is vast and labyrinthine; it lacks only a minotaur. The odors of mildew and sweaty gym shorts pervade its endless supply of identical corridors; it's just not… More >>

The Snatch: Always Wearing Proper Attire When Dissecting the State of Things

Amateur Sleuthing A man pretending to be an airport security guard was luring two women into a "private booth" for pat-downs when real security guards caught him. The man — who… More >>

SF Weekly Letters July 23-29, 2014

The Marina Shore This isn't New Jersey: The food critic writes: "To get away from the tanned, waxed, toned Marina crowd..." This statement makes it sounds like the Marina is the… More >>

Don't Hate the Player: Are College Athletes Working for a Degree or Working for a Cartel? Don't Hate the Player: Are College Athletes Working for a Degree or Working for a Cartel?

Former UC Berkeley running back Joe Igber has always resisted celebrity. He's never made a Facebook or Twitter profile; his Google trail is just half a page long, starting at… More >>

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