Oh, sure, you may think that the fantasies of municipal infrastructure bureaucrats are boring. But allow us to shatter your misconceptions with just five words: Two-Stage Turn Queue Boxes. National Association of City Transportation Officials is a sort of national clearinghouse for transportat ... More >>
Alex HochmanSub Center's mystery Italian sausage with Provolone, $6.40.Monday, November 15, 2010 Alex HochmanOn a foggy Saturday afternoon in West Portal, Submarine Center is our idea of the ideal lunch spot. Sub Center, as locals call it, is packed with regulars, many sporting worn G ... More >>
Brian YaegerKushal Hall.Speakeasy Lagers and Ales is San Francisco's other packaging brewery (besides Anchor). Founded in 1997, this Bayview/Hunters Point brewery is responsible for Big Daddy IPA along with several other beers you'll find bottled and on draft around town. Speakeasy's weekly o ... More >>
Some interesting and fancy Japanese cooking is paired with a glamorous restaurant and nightclub.
Age trumps beauty when Dame Plowright visits the Claremont
Pressed fairies, effete torch singers, and highly techy pop acts
A renewed love of geeks, and a nomadic take on French jazz
The Oak in the Ashes (Shrimper)
Software Hard Times
PeopleSoft software has forced a Delaware manufacturer to cut paychecks to Mickey Mouse and let failing Wisconsin college students evade expulsion. Guess what software the San Francisco school district owns?
How a Berkeley-based religious sect sold feng shui to the country