Time to recycle that museum piece, Mr. Gekko...Anyone who has left behind a scarf, umbrella, or electronic device on a BART train and actually managed to recover it deserves the level of awe and adoration from the general public Harry Potter received after surviving Voldemort's death curse. Harry wa ... More >>
Adriel HamptonAdriel Hampton, an investigator for the San Francisco City Attorney's office who served as political editor and scoopmeister columnist at the now defunct Fangxaminer newspaper, is running for Congress. A Dublin resident, Hampton seeks to fill the East Bay 10th District seat vacated by ... More >>
This mildly spicy pepper paste is a great addition to scrambled eggs.
The Shotgun Wedding Quintet (Jazz Mafia)
Once upon a time in Ireland, a girl met a guy and they made sweet music
Halfway through Sundance, and still whistling a happy tune
Presenting the Love Week Scavenger Hunt: because ravers aren't already stimulated enough
Our critics weigh in on local theater
When characters speak to the audience, it's only endearing for a while
"Jesus spoke out about tax collectors and politicians, and we're supposed to do the same."
A Dublin bus conductor tries to mount Oscar Wilde. At his church. In 1964.
So Much for the City
What would you do with one weekend to write, shoot, and edit a short movie?
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters undermine both the Catholic Church and the popular image of Ireland
From the ghosts of the Queen Anne Hotel to the "Miss Undead" pageant
The legendary Irish heroine deserves better than this ambitious but uninvolving tale of her life
The other Friends; planned insurrection
Hiphopulation (43 Productions)
Irish playwright Mark O'Rowe knows his Mamet -- and his Martin Amis
They're young, poor, unmarried fathers -- but don't call them deadbeat dads. They want to be part of their kids' lives, and Oakland's Midnight Basketball League is helping them do it.
Flogging Molly, Los Mex Pistols del Norte, Reid Paley
Whither the Avant-Garde?... To Suburbia, Of Course!
Digging for the genuine article at the Telluride Film Festival's 25th anniversary celebration