WWBHE? (What Would Billie Holiday Eat?)Where: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission. When: Thursday, June 2, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Sunday, June 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m. and 4:00-6:00 p.m. Cost: $10 CJM Members, $20 General The rundown: We had to read the event description three times to begin to und ... More >>
Portland's The Caps, performing at Summer Solstice Spectacle on SaturdayOn this fine Pride weekend, let's step back and take a moment to appreciate all the superb events our foggy town has to offer without high costs or shitty attitudes. Where else in the world can you find citywide Michael Jacks ... More >>
They'll be boycotting cacti across the bay in Oakland. But not here in San Francisco. Yet.San Francisco's proposed boycott of the state of Arizona drew a national spotlight. But the distinction -- be it positive or negative -- of actually enacting a boycott goes to Oakland, which can add that lau ... More >>
Burning man is over. But some people just can't let go. Enter Craigslist Missed Connections, where Burners who bumped up against each other during a fleeting moment on the Playa reach out to one another. This girl, in a Yellow Hat, is seeking a man in a Black Hat: I met you at the Hug Deli on Fri ... More >>
It's worth the gas to get gassed Coastside.
A classic tale is wrested from the ravenous jaws of dull academics.
Frank Rich was wrong: Dead Mother is actually a pleasure to watch
Commentary by Gregg Rickman
Underneath all the Latin smolder, this overly serious play might be quite hilarious
Our early responder finds some good things to eat among some chaff at S.F.'s new retail paradise
An epic reading for the 50th anniversary of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"
Remembering Alice B. Toklas
When perverts navel-gaze
16 Horsepower; Le Tigre; Wammies
Mark Morris brings the U.S. premiere of Four Saints in Three Acts to UC Berkeley
Oakland doesn't have to prove it has a jazz scene. Getting the bay to listen, though, is a challenge.
"Postcards From Paris"