We absolutely thrive on live music, but the snarky bartenders, fickle sound systems, and the general social hustle of attending local concerts can be draining. Occasionally we need a weekend of solitude and darkness, but don't want to forego assimilating new music and information about it. Luckily, ... More >>
SFMOMA: Now Playing w/ My BarbarianNext to food carts and Sunset growhouses, one of the most welcome recent trends in the city has been going to museums at night, and then drinking. Previously, you went to a museum in the harsh light of 1 p.m. and tried to hit all the rooms before Dad's blood sug ... More >>
Meet the Rosenthals: two generations of art stars in one six-story warehouse.
Artists with disabilities -- and attitude
Charmed by a thoughtful neighborhood restaurant celebrating seafood and spirits
The tactile pleasures of exposing, editing, and projecting celluloid
Will San Francisco finally get the city magazine it deserves?
"Juvenilia: Checking Out Youth and Art" and "Teensploitation!" film series
Wet Gate conjures up magic sounds with its all-projector orchestra
Letters from September 27, 2000
Bruce Conner, the greatest artist you don't know, uses our Peter Byrne for image-honing purposes. We use Conner to get you to pick up the paper.
Cold Heaven; The American Friend
Tell the Truth and Run; Boogie Nights; Fearless
Chet Helms and his Avalon Ballroom were the heart and soul of the Summer of Love. Thirty years of stupid business moves later, love is all that's left.