pbo 31/Flickr Yup, the lights are still on.Hard to believe for some of us, but it's the 40th anniversary of Woodstock. Wait a minute, and it'll be the 40th anniversary of Altamont, too (cruel irony of 1969). The Gap just brought out a line of jeans called 1969. And it's the 40th anniversary o ... More >>
Don't scream -- there's a perfectly sound place to put all Don Fisher's art: Where it already is.Kudos to the Chronicle's John King for today's scoop on Donald Fisher's decision to abandon his contentious plan to house his modern art collection at the Presidio National Park. "Doris and I will take s ... More >>
NARIP.comJeff DanieMusic is only one part of the music business. The other part, of course, is business, and a big part of that business revolves around how artists are marketed. With that in mind, the National Association of Recording Industry Professionals, or NARIP for short, is offering a one-da ... More >>
The inevitable backlash against the proposed American Apparel store at 988 Valencia Street is coming to a slow boil. The store's inception is unsurprising, as a quick survey of foot traffic on Valencia will reveal more than a few people sporting the company's wares. The storefront sits next to exper ... More >>
Let's hope the Fishers use it to clean up the messes they've created.
Take a close look at Don Fisher and his motivations for a Presidio museum
Bye-bye hippies, hello Factory model. The Haight is becoming a center for over-the-counter street art.
Meet Donald Fisher, the private billionaire with unprecedented sway over ordinary San Franciscans' lives
Let's get beyond the balderdash and take a closer look at the motivations behind some political campaigns
Some people, like attorney Paul Melbostad, just don't know when to quit. Bully for him.
How some ladies from S.F. will harass Hillary Clinton into being the tipping point against the Iraq War
Amid the holiday rush, Olympia the artist attacks the System in her own unique way
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Arling & Cameron at the Great American Music Hall
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Our fashion editor's dispatch from the Vividence coming out ball
Ammiano's Surprise, and Promise
How Susie Tompkins Buell built, wrecked, and sued San Francisco's legendary Esprit de Corp. clothing company, and why she still gets to sit next to President Clinton
San Francisco gave away the store to help The Gap Inc. and its politically connected chairman build an upscale headquarters with a bay view. But more than $18 million in subsidies apparently won't bring the city anything it couldn't have had free.
Two Bits swindles with syrupy sentimentality; The Convent turns out stone cold
Dark-horse mayoral hopeful Joel Ventresca wants your vote
California Shakespeare Festival's Henry IV, Part One is fraught with nearly ruinous anachronisms