It would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday tomorrow (the cookbook author and TV star passed away in 2004), and the food world is just going nuts remembering her and her legacy. We're not immune to Child's considerable charms, so here's an auto-tuned remix from PBS featuring some of her greatest ... More >>
We were in the proximity of the Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield over the weekend and stopped by ostensibly to stock up on the cheap two-pound bags of misshapen "belly flops." But we really wanted to visit the weird and wonderful folk art portraits of famous historical figures like Benjamin Franklin ... More >>
eekim/FlickrJoanne Weir (second from left) and a lot of strangers at Mijita in the Ferry Building.We first met Joanne Weir in the fall of 2002. No, not in person. We were avid watchers of KQED's Saturday morning cooking shows then, and the only thing half as funny as Julia Child and Jacques P ... More >>
Hello, neighborBecause everyone needs a neighbor. Because only one man could pull off the cardigan-Keds combo. And because the trolley to the Neighborhood of Make Believe really does look like a cable car -- San Franciscans ought to don their sweaters next week, March 20, in honor of Mister Rogers' ... More >>
An enterprising volunteer gives Sonoma State University a unique solution to its athletics-funding problem: a stable of thoroughbreds
Jon Bernson's DJ Club gets kids off the streets -- and onto the turntables
The Wrapping Paper Caper
Craig Breedlove teams with SOMA performance artists to regain his land speed record as the fastest human on Earth
Don Quixote and The Gordons Created and performed by Deborah Gwinn, Jim Cave, and Mark Gordon. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia, 826-5750.
Fundamentalists want to ban same-sex marriage. All across California, people are mad as hell. So how come nobody's doing anything about it?