Bradley Woehl and his progeny on the goGary Fisher, the local mountain bike luminary whose name is plastered on hundreds of thousands of bicycles worldwide, has endowed a San Francisco chair in kid fun, reports local bike shop owner Bradley Woehl.Well, it's not exactly a chair, as the accompanying p ... More >>
Whether you're a fan of Vetiver, suave rock, karaoke, or homeless guys in rollerblades, the new Vetiver video for "Everyday" is downright awesome. The San Francisco folksters riff off those so-bad-they're-kinda-amazing videos that come with karaoke machines, and the parody is a perfect hit (includin ... More >>
By Lauren Smiley What if Emily the Strange -- the sullen girl-power icon from Berkeley-based company Comic Debris who claims her own clothing line, comic book series, and soon, a motion picture -- isn't all that odd at all? Accusations are flying around the blogosphere that Emily, whose emo pre-tee ... More >>
The Wii's latest pool game is a cue stick in the mud
Be a kid again when you share some time with local youngsters
Getting Up is a flawed but fascinating ode to graffiti 's early years.
The circus rolls into town, awakening the inner child in all of us
Get a plate lunch in the Presidio
The Sacramento art scene -- yes, there is one -- heads to S.F.
Can they show penetration? Dog Bites visits the Game Developers Conference to find out.
Sweaty, smutty, arty goodness
Andrew Schoultz, the mural artist who's making it big in the gallery by refusing to leave the street behind
Monologuist Dan Hoyle is a talented mimic, but his travel writing never arrives
Motocross shrieks into Oakland
SF's Starship said "We built this city on rock 'n' roll." Apparently the band was right.
Smile, Thrasher loves you
eXtreme Elvis: This could be your last chance to get shit and pissed on!
Week of September 17, 2003
In Point Arena, where small town and big city mix, and become fond memory
The garage rock career of Russell Quan has been one long train wreck
Culture Clash makes fun of everyone equally -- and well
Marina Green to Fort Point
Tiki Tones; Rudy Ray Moore; Phantom Surfers; Rogue's March
There are reasons for building and owning extremely expensive, not especially speedy one-of-a-kind bicycles. The appreciation of craftsmanship. The satisfaction of owning something absolutely unique. The comfort of a perfect fit. The joy of true obsession