"She's all heart and no brains."
By LORI SELKE
In the wake of folk singer Michelle Shocked's anti-gay tirade at Yoshi's on Sunday, many of her old fans were stunned and dismayed, in large part because many were convinced she was a lesbian. And not without reason, although Michelle Shocked had be ... More >>
The presidential debates always give voters so much more than insight about the candidates -- it gives them fodder, and more fodder to turn political discourse into Internet entertainment. And after last night's final debate -- which included and some fun stuff, like horses and bayonets and M ... More >>
The Jack DeJohnette Trio, featuring Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke
Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012
Better than: The drum solo in Led Zeppelin's "Moby Dick," and probably any drum solo in any rock song, ever.
One expects great things from the live performance of a trio led by someone like Jac ... More >>
Aside from showing Clint Eastwood how a speech is given sans empty chairs, Michelle Obama's electrifying oration at the Democratic National Convention also nearly broke Twitter.Let's face it, the First Lady's speech rocked the house last night -- and when we say it rocked, we mean her 25-minute spee ... More >>
Be honest: With whom would you rather knock back a cold one or pull a few tubes of your favorite Choom -- Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?Neither, clearly. The portrayal of George W. Bush as an "Alabama Kush"-puffing commander in chief in "Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay" is hands-down the m ... More >>
We know they (publicly) frown on pot, gay sex, arugula, elite education, and public transportation, but apparently there is one thing from San Francisco Republicans will pay to enjoy: The Band That Sings "Don't Stop Believing," aka, Journey.
The '70s power-rockers, still famous for their inescapab ... More >>
EKAphotographySomebody's Watching You: Tom Morello
Back in the pre-Obama days, Tom Morello was like, the only guitar god with a conscience. While Slash and Jack White were doing bumps off of stripper tits, Morello was playing demonstrations outside the Democratic National Convention (with Rage Agai ... More >>
A casual mention by Frank Bruni in today's NY TimesÂ concerning a certain Barack Obama's views about dining out, as expressed in 2001 on, as Mr. Bruni coyly said, "a restaurant-related television show in Chicago" (any foodie fool would know that was a reference, however veiled, to Check, Please!, th ... More >>
Verbal Prankster Mal Sharpe and his partner, Jim Coyle, bushwacked San Francisco in the early '60s, posing absurd man-in-the street questions to the unsuspecting. Taping the encounters, the dup invented a shtick that was part comedy, part performance art