'Oh, what a beautiful morning...'‚ÄčIt must be a bittersweet morning to be driving the Muni bus. With the vast majority of the city's votes counted, Proposition G -- which removes drivers from their exalted status as the only city workers not having to enter collective bargaining for their wages -- ... More >>
‚ÄčAcrassicauda, an Iraqi thrash metal band, just hosted Headbangers Ball to promote Only the Dead See the End of the War, their new EP about wartime in Iraq. Bullied out of Baghdad by bombs to their practice space, death threats for their style of music and being branded as Satan worshipers, the ba ... More >>
BrentOzar/Flickr Bagdad Cafe's Desert Fries: Satisfying.Before getting totally crunk on Gay Power at Pink Saturday, eat a little something. This trio of Castro spots offers affordable sustenance and serious people-watching, while allowing you to take a load off. You've waited all year for Pri ... More >>
So, we weren't at all surprised to see the above headline, "San Francisco restaurants appeal to Supreme Court." After all, with so many great restaurants to choose from, why shouldn't the local fare be appealing to our highest court? In fact, here's the breakdown: Chief Justice John Roberts: We hear ... More >>
Ancient cultures resurrected in Berkeley Rep's latest.
Nonfiction continues its ascent onscreen
Why look for love on the Web when there are available servers at your table?
Dealing head-on with Bush's War, thriller dissects Iraqi unrest and nails the neocons
Brad and Angelina are out to kill each other. You may want a piece of them, too.
Anti-war activists ignored Saddam Hussein's horrendous crimes against ordinary Iraqis. Do they have anything -- beyond anti-Bush demonstrations -- to offer the oppressed in Iran and Syria?
This ain't no "rap-music version of A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Advances in ultrarealistic simulation let soldiers experience the war in Iraq -- before they go
Gunner Palace shows what the news doesn't
A partial solution to S.F.'s parking wars? Turn over City Hall vehicles to the local CarShare program.
Week of May 14, 2003
This all-American kid from Monterey is now one of the foremost experts on Saddam Hussein's Iraq. Where does he go from here?
When these soldiers became writers, the pen became very mighty indeed
An unfond look back at Freedom Toast, TV jingoes, and a pro-war bully called Tony Hall
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
The Festival °Cine Latino! goes for the big prize at this year's opening and closing events
Sargon Dadesho survived an Iraqi assassination plot. Now he's out for blood money.