Our critics weigh in on local theater
Greg Anderson has given up his freedom rather than testify about Barry Bonds. But one man has learned the deepest secrets of the trainer behind baseball's new home run king.
Local promoters take a big risk to give S.F. a music fest that will restore the city's cool cred
SEIU members in Northern California challenge the national boss over his collaboration with employers
The summer has brought a bevy of frustrations, delays, and smoggy afternoons to Bay Area drivers. Do you manage to look the other way?
The politics of pork has real victims. Just look at New Orleans, or commuters on the Bay Bridge.
Our critics weigh in on local theatre
A slick revival that's neither too close to nor too far from Beckett's original
Ten years, three countries, and one long relationship later, the Caseworker has arrived with a stunning debut
At a proper teahouse, tradition and communion are at least as important as the libation
Documentarian Sarah Share delivers the man, the music, the myth: MacGowan
Transformed by a romanticized airport novel, our heroine constructs a strangely compelling life
Is scrapbooking a hobby – or a mental disorder?
Electroclashers, grotesque miscreations, and flying imbeciles
How a white punk from Ireland helped jump-start the Bay Area hip hop and turntablist scenes
Turning James Joyce into a Broadway musical
To work against terrorism, new money-laundering laws will have to be enforced in the world headquarters of cash-washing: the U.S. of A.
Pearl Jam overdose
Singer/songwriter Sonny Smith has a lot to say about the odd twists of life -- and an interesting way to say it
It took four years for Blackalicious to make its second album. It's been worth the wait.
In a city that loves to hate chain stores, plans for a new Pottery Barn in the Castro are scarcely raising a peep. The neighborhood may regret it.
Quietly oh so quietly local trio Half Film is setting a mood
How shortsighted neighborhood activism fuels the city's housing crisis, and pushes the best of San Francisco deeper and deeper into the suburbs
Sierra Club wants BART parkers to pay
Michael Sragow finds eight good films, and countless condescending duds, in a year at the movies
Why do San Francisco emergency workers live so far away?
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