You no longer have an excuse to sit inside and watch Netflix on your laptop while Facebooking on your iPad. San Francisco has been ranked the best city in the nation to enjoy the outdoors. So get off your ass! According to creditdonkey.com, a financial education website, the City by the Bay is to ... More >>
bittermelon/FlickrFatted Calf dinner at Magnolia.You've read part one of our SF Beer Week dinner roundup. Pair your beer with food during the second half of the week here: Wednesday, Feb. 16 Drake's Sau and Brau Dinner Where: Drake's Brewing Co., 1933 Davis (at Phillips), #177, San Leandro ... More >>
The Sippy Cups @Dolores ParkJune 19, 2010 Better Than: Eating strawberry Pop Tarts while watching a Flaming Lips video It was like many Saturday afternoons in Dolores Park, aka "Hipster Hill": City types lounged in groups next to open containers and fixed-gear bikes. Laughing childr ... More >>
Sci-fi remake misses the point, and that's a Klaatu Barada no-no.
Hot summer concerts for tastes all along the codger spectrum
SF Weekly Music Awards
Nintendogs' charm will win over the most jaded of gamers
A tennis shoo-in with the game's major hotshots
The parks to hit when San Francisco weather turns nice.
The Urban Iditarod's amazing race
For the year's 10 best records, go somewhere else. For the year's 10 best "Wonka Records," you've come to the right place.
Purple on Time
You can find many things in a San Francisco park. Even mystery.
S.F.'s own Gay Games
Week of July 30, 2003
After a night of hard partying, Dog Bites decides to clean up her life -- and clean out her system
Even the average bear knows S.F. has the world's best parks for summer picnicking. Let us show you where to buy first-class, outdoor-friendly food and drink.
When it comes to terrorism and U.S. atomic power plants, we may as well put Homer Simpson in charge
Week of September 18, 2002
Into the woods with the players of the Professional Disc Golf Association
The National AIDS Memorial Grove
Golden Gate Park, Middle Drive East & Bowling Green Drive
Week of January 30, 2002
A few steps worth taking
Is it OK to use the word "picnic" in polite company?
Imperial Tea Court
And Stanford's Dr. Peter Sturrock wants something done about it