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Here we are, at the end of the blizzard: the final installment of our list of the most coked-out records ever made. Less an endorsement than an assessme ... More >>
Have we been waiting for this? Who knows -- even big fans of Jay-Z and Yeezy know they never shut up for too long. Big-budget collab albums we know aren't Jay-Z's strong suit (Unfinished Business? Collision Course?). And judging by the awful "H*A*M" (now a bonus cut) and the mesmerizing "Ot ... More >>
"Maybe the best thing done by anyone, ever," is how former Velvet Underground frontman Lou Reed described his upcoming collaboration album with Metallica. Rolling Stone's David Fricke had kind words for it, too.
We, however, are skeptical. And so is, uh, Hitler. In this hilarious video, som ... More >>
SFoodie's roundup of tips, news, and rants from the week in animal-free eats.
• Paul McCartney's one-legged ex who everyone hates, Heather Mills, is turning out to be a kinda coo-coo-for-Cocoa-Puffs activist. In a good way. I think. Anyway, she owns a chain of vegan restaurants in England ... More >>
An evening at the 9/11 Film Festival -- sponsored by, among others, the San Francisco Bay Guardian -- which commenced last night at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland.
The vibe here is mild, friendly, and decidedly Baby Boomerish. The guy who takes my ticket jovially announces that there's "fre ... More >>
Most of us have giggled at Chinese restaurants with names that just don't translate well (you listening, King Dong?), but every so often a name comes along that's worthy of a picture, if not a blog post. Behold our collection of the goofiest restaurant names we've ever come across.
9. Dirty Dick' ... More >>
"What're you protesting against, Johnny?"
Why protesters who can't stick to the subject deserve nothing but contempt
To those of us who live in the Bay Area, it's old hat by now - but to my family and friends in the Midwest, it's still baffling.
"Wait, so, these people went t ... More >>
Amidst the deluge of End-of-Days, Nostradamus junk that seems to take up the lion's share of the History Channel's programming these days (whatever happened to The Hitler Channel?) San Francisco made an appearance -- not that you'd recognize it. The weapons depots, nuclear missile silos, and the vas ... More >>