Before My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way became world famous and inspired millions of teens to put on too much eyeliner, he worked at the Cartoon Network and was an aspiring animator. Way has been releasing comic books -- the award-winning Umbrella Academy series -- with his artist f ... More >>
Hey, look! Another exercise in presumptive list-making! This edition comes from your rock godfathers at Rolling Stone, who have just declared San Francisco's Great American Music Hall the No. 6 club in America. Great American Music Hall, you will recall, is the stunning former bordello at 859 O'Far ... More >>
Alt-folk singer and self-proclaimed hillbilly Michelle Shocked went on a vicious, anti-gay rant during her concert at Yoshi's on Sunday, infuriating fans with comments like "God hates fags," and causing the venue to pull the plug on her show. See also: * Here Are the Best Michelle Shocked Anti-Gay ... More >>
Like the changing of the seasons and the movement of the moon and sun, so too is the march of time marked by the annual show of members of Congress introducing marijuana legalization bills.These bills go nowhere -- there's no way to force a bill to be heard by a committee -- but since they were intr ... More >>
San Francisco manages to land on ever so many Top-10 lists; if ever a Top-10 list was assembled of cities that crack the most Top-10 lists, it's a good bet we'd make the Top-10. Now a website called Livability.com has sent along yet another list -- the Top 10 Pet-Friendly Cities. Astoundingly, th ... More >>
Growers who cashed in on illegal pot now welcome legalization and taxation.
Tesla's next endeavor? Fresh off the revelation that the company's top publicist is an avid fan and participant in San Francisco's Critical Mass monthly bicycle parade, Tesla Motors announced it will be opening an electric car store in America's top bicycling city, Boulder, Colorado.Last mo ... More >>
Andrew Douglas Rothbard channels classics through his laptop
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How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
Week of October 16, 2002
Dead Kennedys, Alternative Tentacles, and the lawsuit that threatens punk's most enduring and provocative partnership.
Gerald Nicosia has spent a decade challenging the disposition of Jack Kerouac's $20 million literary estate. Along the way, he's annoyed most of what remains of the beat generation.