If it's the end of February, and the clubs are packed with indie darlings from here and abroad, that can only mean one thing: Noise Pop has once again taken over the town. San Francisco's preeminent pop-culture fest has in recent years expanded its reach into comedy (Dragon Boy Suede, Human Giant); art (Autumn de Wilde's shots of the late Elliott Smith, and Yoko Ono's inclusion in the group show "Sights of Sounds"); film... More >>>