Our critics weigh in on local theater
I say high, you say low. You say why, and I say I don't know. Oh, no -- you say 'pedestrian sting' and I say 'Operation Safe Crossing.'In what appears to be an adoption of less menacing nomenclature, the San Francisco Police Department has ceased undertaking "pedestrian stings." Instead, the cops ... More >>
J. Birdsall Soft, with an inescapably smoky shadow. Keep in mind it was out on Geneva, in a bar, on a Sunday evening. Means you have to overlook the dude in the I [heart] *naked mudflap girl* tee-shirt, clutching a pitcher-size stein of PBR -- not his first of the day, clearly -- falling on h ... More >>
http://www.old-cans.com/en/carmageddon/Yesterday, SF Weekly noted that the police at San Francisco's Ingleside Station were planning a sting aimed at busting motorists who don't stop for pedestrians -- and the cops were even generous enough to list the intersections and times of day they'd be out st ... More >>
Why did the cop cross the road? To nab a hasty motorist. Okay, it's not that funny -- but who among us can resist the opportunity to pen a variation on the classic chicken joke?Negligent drivers beware: Your reckless ways won't be tolerated today. An Ingleside Police Station newsletter penned by Cap ... More >>
From the bar's Facebook pageNero the bartender and his colleagues at the Broken Record hope they'll be able to pour past 11 p.m.In San Francisco there's a bar to cater to just about everybody's interest -- but it seems no one's interested in hearing the barkeep bellow "last call" at 10:30 p.m. Jason ... More >>
We noted this morning that the Broken Record bar out on Geneva was fighting for its business life today, as its owner pushed to be granted a conditional use permit that would permit him to stay open later than 11 p.m. Jason King said that he would not be able to remain financially viable if forced t ... More >>
Cadillac Records can't handle the truth.
Dreamdate and the Hot Toddies update the girl group
A photographer documents model gulags in Russia with surprising results
Sensational headlines coupled with fearmongering public health reports have HIV-positive men in San Francisco running scared. It doesn't have to be that way.
Nature's in bloom at the Cow Palace
Film from the watery depths
Glove Up in S.F.
To close the budget deficit, Mayor Newsom should take on the fire union and SFO's bureaucrats before he closes a single rec center for a single hour
Arts, crafts, events, and performances for the holidays
Arts, Crafts, Events, Performances ,and New Year's Eve
Arts, Crafts, Events, and Performances for the Holidays
The "X Plan," a draft of Muni's hopes for the future, offers a glimpse of transit utopia
Artists for Earthquakes; South of 280; Halloween Muni bus
While condemning India for its nuclear testing, the U.S. government quietly funnels billions to research programs aimed at creating an ever-more-virulent nuclear arsenal
Five months ago, two black homicide detectives got fed up with the Police Department's inaction on black-on-black murders. Thus was born the Crime Response Unit to Stop Homicide (CRUSH): six cops with the grit and guile to tackle the toughest cases in the
Walter Shorenstein's skyscrapers shaped San Francisco. His cash configured City Hall. Publicly, he's pristine. But there's more than meets the eye to the man behind the megaliths.
They look like cops. They carry guns like cops. They can even arrest you like cops. But San Francisco's patrol special officers are a different breed of police - one marked for extinction by the SFPD and powers that be.