Contrary to popular belief, the American dream is alive and well. Sure, we might abuse it now and then to move cars during the Super Bowl; but come hell or high water, our faith that hard work and determination leads to success is unflinching. The American dream has been celebrated in many forms th ... More >>
For those unencumbered by familial obligations on Christmas Day, there's little more entertaining than venturing off into the crisp, cold San Francisco streets to peruse crap in Chinatown. And what wondrous crap there is to behold! Selling pedestrian goods via copious presentations of sexuality is a ... More >>
But are you any good sober? Lil Wayne emerged from Rikers Island late last year. Now, owing to the terms of his probation, he must lay off drugs and liquor for three years or return to prison. And, by all accounts, he's kept kosher. And yet something doesn't quite sit right. For the man wh ... More >>
Back in September, we gave our readers a chance to interview director Judd Apatow-- the man behind the TV show Freaks and Geeks, and director of movies like Knocked Up and The Forty Year Old Virgin. Readers sent in three sample questions they would ask Apatow, and we picked the ones we liked best ... More >>
The Don is gone...When the Golden State Warriors' once and future coach, Don Nelson, won his record 1,333rd game, SF Weekly congratulated him. And urged him to retire. Nelson is the source of just about every fond pro basketball memory any Bay Area fan too young to remember fashionable plaid jack ... More >>
The curious case of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
It's worth the gas to get gassed Coastside.
The wealthy are just another savage tribe in Fierce People
It's not a history, per se, but a messy and fanciful long-take
The San Francisco Silent Film Festival is worth making noise about
All roads lead to Boulevard