We're still eating and drinking out way through Outside Lands 2013 and bringing you our favorite bites from the festival. Don't miss our picks from Day 1, including Gilroy garlic mac and cheese and pastrami-cheese fries. Rich Table's Porcini Doughnuts Not knowing in advance how many doughnuts come ... More >>
Outside Lands is here! As we clear our bleary heads with coffee, do some stretches to ease our tired legs, and get ready to dive back in for a second day, SFoodie writers reflect on the best things we ate yesterday from the 70-plus local food vendors: Garlic Chimichurri Fries from 4505 Meats 4505 ... More >>
About a month ago, Robert Guerrero stood at the pinnacle of boxing-- in the ring, toe-to-toe with Floyd Mayweather Jr., the undefeated pound-for-pound champ. He lost that fight, and no shame in that. But-- always the most asked question in boxing-- who to fight next? Guerrero wants Victor Ortiz, ... More >>
Robert Guerrero fared better against the New York State justice system than he did against Floyd Mayweather Jr. Today, in a court in Queens County, a judge dismissed gun-possession charges against the four-division champion. Instead, Guerrero pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, a violation that c ... More >>
There's nothing in sports like the few seconds before and after a boxing match's opening bell, HBO's Max Kellerman once said. It's the culmination of months of anticipation, months of each fighter explaining why his fighting style is ideal for clobbering his opponent, months of 24/7 all-access shows ... More >>
"He believes in God. I believe in God. This fight is not about church. This fight is not about being a Catholic, being a Christian, being a Jew, being a Muslim." It's not a line you'd expect to hear in the media conference call before a big time pay-per-view boxing match. But there was Floyd Maywea ... More >>
Four months ago, Robert Guerrero was a little known fighter, hovering along boxing's margins with scores of up-and-comers and on-their-ways-out. Today, he is in the sport's inner ring, one step away from immortality. On May 4, he'll face the seemingly unbeatable Floyd Mayweather Jr. The Gilroy nat ... More >>
The man who allegedly kidnapped and murdered 15-year-old Sierra LaMar is now being accused of three other attempted kidnappings from three years ago. Media outlets are reporting that 21-year-old Antolin Garcia-Torres was charged on Tuesday in connection to incidents on March 19 and March 26, 2009, ... More >>
Scary Angel San Jose investigators say they have "credible evidence" that Steve Ruiz, the Hells Angel who is suspected of killing a fellow member of the biker gang, was spotted in San Jose over the weekend. San Jose Officer Jose Garcia told reporters that Ruiz was seen sometime Friday or Saturday ... More >>
This weekend, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced that approximately 2,290 pounds of a chorizo sausage product is being recalled. Gilroy's Silva Sausage Co. is recalling approximately 2,290 pounds of it because of misbranding and an undeclared a ... More >>
Ed U./YelpThe seriously red, seriously delicious Plant Burger.You know what sucks? When you get to a restaurant, all hungry and excited to eat, and upon scanning the menu, you realize your only option is a motherloving Boca burger. Ye gads, the only thing worse is the dreaded GVP (Grilled Veg ... More >>
Mine! Mine all mine! SF Film Society fights to keep the Clay Theatre open [SF Citizen]Dugard case may be stalled if kidnapper considered mentally unfit [KTVU]CCSF student finds the first real golden ticket! [SF Examiner]
Enter here: Cheap beer, no line to get into the park.Three lessons I learned from one of this week's home games against the Nationals. Lincecum was having an off night ― okay, the whole team was having an off night ― which allowed a friend and I to spend six innings touring food stands instea ... More >>
She's been called the female Manny Pacquiao. But can Ana Julaton make people care about women's boxing?
Los Angeles County District Attorney's OfficeD.A. Steve Cooley (left) and City Attorney Carmen Trutanich: They'll keep busting dispensaries no matter what the City Council says!It was a petulant fit of pique, certainly entertaining, and potentially hilarious -- if safe access for so many medical ... More >>
Let's hope the Fishers use it to clean up the messes they've created.
We joined the battle, but our skills proved to be no match for the professional combatants (dorks).
Where if you don't like a dish, you're not screwed -- you're blessed
Is it a dream -- or an obsession -- when someone pours a $75 million fortune into an amusement park, based on trees, located in Gilroy?
Lovable Luke; Who Knew Rent Control Was So Controversial?; Festival Facts; Correction
All the city's most bombastic commercial landlord wants is a San Francisco-themed casino in Las Vegas ... or absolute misery for anyone who gets in his way
Bay Area researchers are using a particular cancer to produce neuronlike cells that, when injected into the brain, seem to reverse the effects of stroke. Is the treatment a historic medical breakthrough, or a reckless ploy to attract investors?
Letters from October 18, 2000
Literally and figuratively, the UCSF-Stanford hospital merger gets fouler every day
A Latino activist group has gained largely positive media coverage for organizing student walkouts to protest government social policies. But how admirable is it, really, to endanger young children for political purposes?