After running from the law for more than two months, Dimitri Storm, the Bay Area's most popular alleged robber, was arrested this week in Oakland, which, incidentally, was recently named the nation's robbery capital. According to press reports, police busted 42-year-old Storm on Tuesday night in O ... More >>
Whether you preferred the dancefloor at Mighty, the plush environs of Bimbo's 365 Club, or the dewy late-night fields of Outside Lands, there were plenty of great concerts in San Francisco and the Bay Area in 2012. We reviewed many of them, from "secret" shows at semi-legal clubs to sprawling, three ... More >>
Woodsist Festival Henry Miller Memorial Library, Big Sur Aug. 4-5, 2012 Better than: A "music festival." An hour south of Carmel along the serpentine path of Highway 1, there's a bend in the road and a fence, behind which lies a lawn of the size that'd fit behind a standard suburban house, and a ... More >>
Popular, influential, and cult musicians come through San Francisco every day. But it isn't every day when an event comes along that you know will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and serve a good cause. On Monday, Philip Glass' Days and Nights Festival and local promoter (((folkYEAH!))) presen ... More >>
Last week, SFoodie reported that a new bill introduced into the state assembly threatens San Francisco's growing street food scene. AB 1678, introduced by Assemblymember Bill Monning of Carmel, would prohibit food trucks from parking within 1,500 feet of any elementary or secondary school during ... More >>
Revisiting the legacy of Buddy Holly
Dogster hosts photos and profiles of almost 20,000 canines
One definition of heaven: A week, a t-top Camaro, and the Pacific Coast Highway.
An Anniversary for the Rest of Us
Dropping in on Mark "Ultranova" at Blackhole for a little obsession with the art of things
Local artist, label honcho, and festival organizer Ernesto Diaz-Infante sings the gospel of the experimental scene
What a difference a year makes, to the country, and to the New Economy
The Muscle Behind Masa's
New software lets anyone sing like Sinatra or compose like Mahler. But do we really want computers that make country-and- western stars croon on key?
The battle intensifies over Ansel Adams' legacy
If Adam and Eve moved to Northern California, they'd probably note on the first day that the balmy weather, inspiring vistas, and mellow vibesreminded them of Eden. On the second day, they'd pick up a copy of "Common Ground" and enroll in a self-help cour
CONSPIRACIES BY THE BAY!!!
"The Dead Monkey" gets stranded on its strangeness; "Happy Birthday" should never be sung in a theater