Walken plays Hemlock Tavern this SaturdayStill covered in orange and black tickertape from the Giants parade? Got a hangover from all the revelry? Don't stop believing S.F., hang on to that feeling. You can keep the party going through the weekend with these cheap local happenings. Here's our li ... More >>
Shiho Fukada/New York TimesImages are "painted" using thousands of rice plants genetically engineered to have different hues.In Inkadate, a village in rural northern Japan, rice is not just an important crop, a staple, it's a medium for intricate, colorful paddy art that might make Christo or ... More >>
A hot loaf in Pescadero. A weekly survey of bread in San Francisco ― the baked and the fried, the artisan and the novelty.Artichoke Garlic Herb Bread Source: Arcangeli Grocery Co., 289 Stage Road, Pescadero, (650) 879-0147. Price: $5.49 Toast-appropriateness: 1/10
Tim WagnerSan Francisco trains all year long for Bay to Breakers Friday. We made it. Let's do something fun now. Here's the list. Wholphin Screening @ ATA (Fri.) Among this round of selected shorts from Wholphin, the DVD 'zine from the Dave Eggers empire, comes the following gem: Wer ... More >>
When we last visited impromptu sculptor Porfirio Vazquez, the Andy Goldsworthy of Heron's Head Park was sulking because his three-month old artistic career seemed to be nearly over.Last week, however, Vazquez complained because it seemed as if his artwork construction would never end."Do you thin ... More >>
The Reduced Shakespeare Company brilliantly anticipated society's chronic case of attention deficit disorder. But now the idea is getting old.
What happens when an artsy film guy who has gone way into debt hooks up with a school that doesn't know how to run a nonprofit theater? We hope it has a happy ending.
Andy's outdoor factory
A sneak peek at the new de Young reveals a rethinking of museum ideas
Commentary by Gregg Rickman
Michael Fox recaps the best in Bay Area film for 2002 and recounts the first annual awards handed out by the S.F. Film Critics Circle
Rivers and Tides lucrative run has helped save the endangered Roxie Cinema
Two local filmmakers are busier than ever shooting reality shows for NBC and HBO