Let's just get right down to it and face facts: this coming weekend doesn't offer too many reasons to hit the pavement and start partying--there's no Cinco De Mayo, outdoor street festival, or other miscellaneous excuse. Instead, this time around you're just going to have to rely on the music and go ... More >>
When you want to hear classic opera played on vinyl from an old-school jukebox, while drinking old-school cocktails, there's only once place to go in San Francisco: the Tosca Cafe. The North Beach watering hole is a haven of class, with tuxedoed bartenders, table service, red vinyl booths, and a 10 ... More >>
Cultural institutions in San Francisco continually search for new acquisitions. Alexis Coe brings you the most important, often wondrous, sometimes bizarre, and occasionally downright vexing finds each week. The day Jerry Cimino opened the Beat Museum in North Beach, he put out a sign: The museum w ... More >>
Simple but good Italian food is tucked away in a second-story room.
OutKast's Depression-era hip-hop musical has a loving respect for the Old South
After struggling uphill in the difficult yet potentially profitable world of computer animation films, Wild Brain is on the cusp of success
Antonioni's neglected oeuvre
The Bay Area's homegrown literary fete offers an all-out orgy of word love
Where have all the cinema gimmicks gone? "Exploit-O-Scope" brings them back
The year ahead in local film
The crunchy crust at the venerable Tommaso's still delights us
Life after Party of Five, training for Latin American military officers, and the "Godfather of Gore"
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
It'd be a crime if the next version of the hard-core computer game didn't feature San Francisco
Commentary by Gregg Rickman
"Michelangelo had the pope and da Vinci had the Medici and we got the studio system"
A suddenly timely doc about terrorism -- plus other S.F. Sundance contenders
Romance gets retarded in Pumpkin
What nasty business is behind the biggest donation to the new gay and lesbian center?
Film Reps List for 12-26-2001
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Terry Zwigoff is set to direct a twisted Christmas tale called Bad Santa
Stars in bars, stars in cars, stars with plastic surgery scars.
Filmjunkie Underground Film Festival; First Person Plural
Matthew Robbins; Stuart Gaffney; 2001: A Space Odyssey
From director Gregory Nava comes a modern classic about generations, history and survival