Tomorrow, the San Francisco Giants play in St. Louis for game three of the NLCS. Roaming bands of Giants Nation will surely join them at Busch Stadium. Of course, San Franciscans leaving the safety of our peninsular nook to visit The Lou this week may initially find themselves in a deep state of d ... More >>
Live 105's BFD, with Jane's Addiction, Garbage, Cake, fun., Neon Trees, and more Saturday, June 2, 2012 Shoreline Amphitheater Better than: Listening to Live 105 for 12 consecutive hours. True to its name, Live 105's BFD was a big fucking deal yet again this year. We're talking more than three doz ... More >>
Chris MacArthurSwan Oyster Depot has a secret: if you ask nicely, owner Tommy Sancimino might make you an oyster stew that TV host Ben Sargent called "one of the best stews I've ever had." SFoodie learned this because we've seen Tuesday's new episode of "Hook, Line and Dinner," which airs at ... More >>
Richard HaickJanet Jackson at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium last night. Janet Jackson April 19, 2011 @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Better than: What you probably remember of the late '80s and early '90s. Ladies and gentlemen, there is a Jackson in the house. She can sing (although her thinn ... More >>
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There are two joys in life -- making things and breaking things -- and pirate journalist Warren Hinckle has excelled at both