billcosby.com In a segment from a season 1 episode of "The Cosby Show," the sitcom's namesake delightfully illustrates how pop music can function as a generational wedge. "I thought it had come down the hallway," Bill Cosby says in reference to the deafening music playing on daughter Sondra's ... More >>
You see yourself in here somewhere, hipster. Via YesButNoButYes.Chain-smoking. Chronic masturbation. Leaving the toilet seat up. There comes a time in life when we must all break our bad habits, readers, and today, that time has come for use of the word "hipster." Once a slur aimed at the alleged ... More >>
SFoodie's roundup of tips, news, and rants from the week in animal-free eats. • Mark Bittman writes a lot (and I mean a lot) about how fucked McDonald's oatmeal is and how basically, it's a reflection of how fucked the company is and how they don't give two shits about anything but getting ... More >>
The big political news of the day is that President Bill Clinton will officially endorse Mayor Gavin Newsom's campaign for governor of this state. You don't have to be a conspiracist to see the politics in these politics: Newsom was an unabashed Hillary Clinton loyalist and Bill Clinton and Jerry Br ... More >>
Will a lobbyist for a local healthcare union extend a bill proven bad for patients' health?
The party's leaders are putting their lack of ethics on display once again
Life Imitates Apatow; Moped Bitches Lash Out
Hollywood ho-hum horror keeps ripping off the best, turning out the worst
SEIU lobbies for nursing home chains. Clint Reilly vs. Jack Davis, redux. Kerry raises money for Reilly's wife. Fabulous. Absolutely Fabulous.
How the nursing home industry, organized labor, John Burton, and Arnold Schwarzenegger are cooperating to guarantee giant health care corporations huge profits -- using billions of your dollars
The California service employees' union and the nursing home industry join forces to increase corporate profit, grow union membership, and sell out abused nursing home patients
Week of January 22, 2002
Bridging the distance between San Francisco's many book groups
How you, too, can be named one of S.F.'s 100 most eligible bachelors
Political winds may blow in long overdue nursing care reform