By CORY SKLAR It's Oscar season again, which means close to nothing to music nerds. Most of the time, of course, the Oscars bring very little to the table in terms of great music. Sure, they have their Best Original Song and Best Score categories. And sure, sometimes Three 6 Mafia, Trent Reznor, or ... More >>
This Sunday the Oscars aren't the only show worth watching. Go cheer your favorite nominees for leading female bartender in a bar drama at the second annual breast cancer fundraiser Speed Rack. The competition is the first nationwide competition designed to highlight up-and-coming women in the cockt ... More >>
People plan parties around this stuff, so we assume you probably watched too. But just in case you didn't, here's a timeline of the 84th Academy Awards ceremony. They make it this long just to mess with us all, in case you didn't know...
•Let's lead with the most important news: I'm totally at the Oscars! Actually, it's even better than the Oscars because that's just some wack-ass, rigged, masturbatory television program. I'm at the Oscar Swag Bag Lounge, where celebrities come to get hella free shit for being rich. I know, it ... More >>
It's the time of year when Hollywood shines the spotlight on itself, and the Balboa and the Roxie theaters bring the red carpet to San Francisco on Sunday evening by showing the Academy Awards telecast on the big screen. Writer and performer Reed Kirk Rahlmann returns to the Balboa this year as mast ... More >>
By DAVE GIL DE RUBIO Rock star, singer-songwriter, producer, interior designer -- now we should add thespian to the many creative hats sported by Lenny Kravitz, who performs tonight (Feb. 14) at the Fox Theater in Oakland. In keeping with the family business -- his mom was the late Roxie Roker, a.k ... More >>
The Weather Man's a comedy, but not that kind
Things we were obsessing about on Feb. 23, 2005
A local doc gets an Oscar nod, and Reel World bids a fond farewell
Before you head home for the holidays, join the other freaks for "A Hed-Wigged Out Xmas"
The Four Star's Frank Lee on turning the Presidio into a multiplex.
A focus on the wrong woman hinders the otherwise beautiful Nowhere in Africa
Who's winning what at the upcoming S.F. International Film Festival
Honky-tonker Jill Olson infuses her solo album with a touch of sadness
The Oscar telecast has, for a decade, been Gil Cates' golden moment
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
High Plains Drifter, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, How the West Was Won