Heads-up! It's almost Friday, are you ready for fun? Don't answer that, because even if you are, we've got another full round-up of parties for you to look through. This time around we're keeping things no-nonsense, simple, and streamlined, with some sure-shot events you wont want to miss. So, read ... More >>
There's a certain euphoria that comes with Thursday morning. It's all about anticipation: with the bulk of the week lalready handled, the mind begins to wander towards the leisure potential of Friday and Saturday. Trust us when we say, we know that feeling. So to assist you in your workday daydreami ... More >>
Lights Down Low presents L-Vis 1990, SFV Acid, Urulu Monarch Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 Better than: The book I read afterwards, which featured grotesque images of a dead animal/machine hybrid called the "Rabot." Last week I finished reading Come Into My Kitchen, a book about the Robert Johnson club in ... More >>
We've reported here in the past on the disturbing charges federal prosecutors have lodged against Kenneth Kyle, the San Francisco man alleged to have used the Internet to arrange a sexual encounter with a 13-month-old girl from Missouri. Now our sister paper, the Riverfront Times of St. Louis, re ... More >>
Kenneth KyleKenneth Kyle, the Cal State East Bay professor arrested earlier this month at San Francisco International Airport on child porn charges, will be arraigned this morning at San Francisco's Hall of Justice. The 47-year-old is facing felony charges of child pornography possession and chil ... More >>
The Axeman Cometh: Charlie Hunter Bay Area product Charlie Hunter returns to his old stomping grounds May 14-16 for a three-day stopover at Yoshi's San Francisco. The trouble with Charlie has always been that he's too damn talented and prolific for his own good. Contemporary jazz guitarists don't g ... More >>
Fused from worldly machine beats and supernatural sonic apparitions, Isolée's Wearemonster remakes the techno landscape
The Cat Club shutters its doors in style; Mezzanine hosts DJs Krush and Kittin
Dieter is here. Fawn, Hollywood agents. Fawn, Dieter says.
The Forcelab Edition: Composure (Forcelab)
They're S.F.'s new pro football team. They've got second-rate players, an untested product, and a concept with a history of failure. But that's OK -- they have a great marketing plan.
The Bay Area's most prolific beach artist steps forward after years of anonymity
Hal Hartley's Amateur finds redemption in amnesia and the barrel of a gun