Perhaps it's happened to you. In the comfort of your own home, you switch on the television to watch a high-level soccer match being played on the other side of the world and being broadcast, live, at an ungodly local hour. Due to the darkness and your early morning stupor, it's only at halftime tha ... More >>
SpuddMungo's Hi-Fi Tartan and bagpipes. Celtic and Rangers. Reggae and dubstep? Yes, add another thing Scotland can claim for its own, thanks to Glasgow's Mungo's Hi-Fi crew, a three-man sound system and production team that's swiftly put its stamp on bass-driven music. Whether it's playing v ... More >>
Alex FoxThis week we ran our first wine list review to accompany Jonathan Kauffman's restaurant review in the print edition of SF Weekly. Jonathan likes to offer people a little extra flavor on the web, so I decided to do that too by dropping by Bar Tartine on a Friday morning to taste wine w ... More >>
Give a listen to this city's wide array of authentic music.
Our favorite morsels from the blogs. Say wha?: Behold our roundup of the most confounding recent snippets from S.F. bloggers. Naturally, we've freed these WTF wonders from anything even vaguely distracting -- like context. For that, broseph, you'll have to click. Among carnivores and vege ... More >>
Excellent barbecue in an unexpected location: a golf course.
The sole Istrian restaurant on the West Coast is hiding in plain sight
Online microfinance can unleash your inner Rockefeller
Hotel Rwanda finds hope amid the horrors of tribal genocide
"Kucinich is, like, The normal laws of physics don't apply to me.'"
Eric Musselman, Golden State Warriors
Why would a former S.F. stockbroker travel to war-torn countries and refugee camps just to make people laugh?
A sexy film fest, a Croatian lute fest, and a festering punk band
Bistro E Europe
Week 2 of the Mill Valley Film Festival