A little while ago, your humble narrator read through every last Willie Brown Chronicle column to count the unsolicited plugs of businesses or folks about town. That pretty much filled up a notebook. But we didn't see anything about Satan. Perhaps Satan doesn't have the kind of scratch it takes to g ... More >>
Officials maintain the decision to evict Occupiers was from City Hall, not Washington. Both Mayor Ed Lee and San Francisco police deny that they received marching orders from any federal agency to evict Occupy SF protesters and arrest resisters at Justin Herman Plaza on December 7. SF Weekly requ ... More >>
The Pisco BookThe middle of the week isn't usually a celebration day ― it's the conservative, dowdy child of the seven, complete with headgear and prescription shoes. Well, Wednesday just got a makeover (at least this week), thanks to two events that should put the ump back in hump day.
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wnyc/FlickrRobert Kenner (right) with author Michael Pollan.Food, Inc., a documentary opening today at Landmark Theatres' Embarcadero Center, takes a grim look at the American industrial food system. (See the trailer below.) Fast Food Nation author Eric Schlosser is a producer (he'll be in the city ... More >>
EKAphotographyThe Yokes on Us team converges on a clue
Chinese New Year Treasure HuntChinatown and beyondBetter Than: The Streets of San Francisco on DVD
How well do you know the City? Even if you were born and raised here, it's unlikely you're familiar with every back alley, side street, commemor ... More >>
Adrian Lamo, the 22-year-old "homeless hacker" famous for raiding New York Times computers, pursues his vision of public service by cracking another major corporate network. It's a crime, of course. It's also what he was born to do.