As promised, San Francisco's prolific public nudists resubmitted their claim against the city -- and this time the Police Department, too -- claiming their freedom to express themselves (aka be naked in public) was violated last month when they were arrested.
On Friday, after a brief and naked pro ... More >>
Public nudists have taken this whole being-naked-at-all-times thing to a brand new and musical level; now the naturists want police to come after them with cuffs any time they drop trou in public.
So on Wednesday, notorious nudists Gypsy Taub and George Davis are going to try again to lure the cop ... More >>
We know there's gotta be some parents out there counting down the days from their kitchen calendar where they can safely take the kids on a family stroll to Dolores Park without fear of running into those freely flapping dicks.
On Feb. 1, the new law banning most public nudity begins, which means ... More >>
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that SF Weekly's parent company, Village Voice Media, can sue the notorious Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Our sister paper, The Phoenix New Times, published the following story after the court made its decision in San Francisco.
Nighttime arrests ... More >>
You can find the results of the election locals cared about so much that more than 75 percent of them didn't bother to vote here. Elections, however, aren't American Idol. They don't exist for entertainment purposes -- the saga of lawyer/dentist/Birther Queen Orly Taitz notwithstanding. Even boring ... More >>
Same-sex marriage advocates rejoiced today as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn Walker's 2010 decision that Proposition 8, the 2008 California ballot initiative banning gay marriage, is unconstitutional.The decision is almost certainly destine ... More >>
You are not free to wear this t-shirt in Morgan Hill schoolsThree Morgan Hill students got a crash course in American civics this week when they lost a lawsuit against high school officials who sent them home for wearing American Flag t-shirts to school. A judge dismissed the case against Live Oa ... More >>
Butt out, Safeway says.Safeway Inc. has sued San Francisco over a law banning tobacco sales in stores containing pharmacies, claiming that the law gives an unfair advantage to markets that don't sell prescription drugs.The lawsuit calls the tobacco ban "arbitrary and capricious," and "a denial of ... More >>