Blondie and Devo Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 The Warfield Better than: Dreaming the show. Artists are often packaged together by era to hit the road, but on paper Blondie and Devo's Whip It to Shreds Tour is an unusually strong supernova of bands who ruled the early '80s. Last night at the Warfield, th ... More >>
This week, SF Weekly reported on the long-awaited designation of San Francisco's native Franciscan manzanita as a federally protected endangered species. This overdue pronouncement finally curtails a yearslong part-Kafka, part-Heller situation in which the very last Franciscan manzanita in the wild ... More >>
Contrary to what you might quite reasonably expect, Parisian post-surf-rock outfit La Femme is, well, not very feminine at all. Besides a variable cast of sultry chanteuses, the group comprises three to four vaguely shadowy young Frenchmen who, to hear them tell it, spend most of their time in a ... More >>
A young San Franciscans dream: A room in a nice house, affordable rent, and a built-in social network.
One of the world's rarest plants grows in the Presidio. Plans are under way to save it — and ax thousands of trees in the process.
Food issues and a bad self-image led our columnist to undergo weight-loss surgery. She's still a mess, but a better-looking one.
For the first time ever, the LGBT Film Fest pulls a movie for being too controversial -- in this case, "transphobic"
Our critics weigh in on local theater
This musical stage adaptation of the movie, like, totally rocks
An artist using plants as his medium reminds us that nature is its own boss
Let's get beyond the balderdash and take a closer look at the motivations behind some political campaigns
Messing with the message
Soul Calibur III is a gorgeous but frustrating rehash.
A malfunctioning windup toy of a show, meant for adults but good for kids
Evan Rachel Wood and James Woods get lost amid Pretty Persuasion
Thanks to SFMOMA, Mattel wasn't able to squash a Utah artist who puts Barbie dolls in blenders
Cinema from the fatherland
Small-scale circus comes home
Documentarian Sarah Share delivers the man, the music, the myth: MacGowan
At a gathering of the Oughtred Society, the reckoning may be dead or logarithmic, but the conversation is always right on the mark
The Holiday Robot Games and Expo offers fascinating projects, promising students, and unsettling premonitions
Country spookiness, movies, and the Texas Tranny Two-Step made Guerneville the place to be, pre-Halloween
Local comic Rex Navarrete invades the Philippines
An all-female adaptation of Hamlet
Everything Quieter Than Everything Else; Studio Time
Former Lusty Lady dancer Caity McPherson struggles to make a living on the oversexed Internet
The 41st San Francisco International Film Festival
Taking the Sierra Club's helm, boy wonder Adam Werbach confronts more than his own inexperience
Jade masquerades as an erotic thriller