Yesterday we reported on a bank robber who -- counter-intuitively for someone who is pulling a gun and breaking the law -- was wearing open-toed shoes and dressed so distinctively that witnesses at two San Francisco banks were able to describe her appearance from head to toe. Now we've got some pict ... More >>
An Café Tuesday, April 14, 2009 Slim'sWords and photos by Kirsty Evans Who knew there was such a thing as Looney Tunes Rock? I have to admit that I wasn't expecting to like An Café. They're so obnoxiously, relentlessly cheerful that my inner sarcastic goth was fully expecting to have a miserab ... More >>
The intensely weird world of sculptor Stanislav Szukalski
Is it real or is it magic? Decide at the S.F. Documentary Film Festival.
Sahara has no reason to exist, until you see who made it
Katy St. Clair shows a Rottweiler who's boss, wins at bingo, and enjoys Sadie's Flying Elephant
Urban savages wage war over sex in Mike Nichols' dreadfully funny new film
From his Potrero Hill studio, Larry Gonick is telling the history of the universe in a series of ... comic books. And behold, they were good.
Who fucked Dick Tracey on the Matterhorn? Find out in this sad, sordid Disneyland memoir.
Amid a drastic budget crisis, why is the California State University system spending $400 million on computers? And where is the money coming from?
A scummy yet demure lounge act, and a poignant John Waters holiday moment
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?
Compared to the original, the new Fantasia is funnier, with fewer scary patches.