Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Not a revolutionaryFacebook, Twitter, Zynga, and their ilk -- standard bearers for the ill-defined phenomenon known as "social media" that is now supposed to be the future of the Web -- are having a tough time these days in the thinking person's press.Over the past f ... More >>
Gingerbread houses are good for two things: eating and ogling. And while it's fun to get a sugar rush from sloppy homemade concoctions, some gingerbread houses are just too beautiful ― or too weird ― to eat. Allow us to present some of the most ogle-worthy gingerbread houses out there. T ... More >>
Maki: Can't resist mackerel.Morgan Maki's duck liver pâté changes lives. The in-house butcher for Bi-Rite Market has what fans consider epic charcuterie skills, plus an understanding of animal anatomy he shares with students in lamb-butchery classes at 18 Reasons, the Bi-Rite spinoff Maki h ... More >>
The much-loved Web site is taking millions from Bay Area newspapers and causing layoffs that adversely affect coverage. And its founder's well-intentioned support of citizen journalism has a slim chance of fixing the problem.
John Warren and Unconditional Theatre
Greensboro: A Requiem
Experimentalist Eugene Chadbourne reworks country and jazz, sticks it to the KKK, makes guitars out of rakes and toasters -- and dreams of working with Willie Nelson