From this week's Bouncer column: I have spent a fair amount of time talking about bars in this town that seem to have an eerie presence, as if they were built on an Indian burial mound or something. You walk into one and immediately want to turn around and walk out, despite their friendly en ... More >>
Mmmm, Bosch-y.This year, Root Division's TASTE! exhibition ― an event that historically hinges on food-centric themes ― will take its inspiration from Hieronymus Bosch's painting "The Garden of Earthly Delights." Called a depiction of "erotic derangement" by writer Peter S. Beagle, the tr ... More >>
Or else, kiddies!A few months back I wrote about how the harrowing experience of visiting "The Pit" -- the Hieronymus Bosch-like netherworld in which all of San Francisco's refuse ends up -- forced me into an illicit lifestyle. City studies have shown that roughly two-thirds of the crap at "The P ... More >>
Our favorite morsels from the food blogs and beyond. Gas hog: We love the smell of subversion that hovers around a rickety street cart, but we're completely gobsmacked poring over pics of Maximus Minimus. Foodzie introduced us via tweet to the food truck shaped like a pig -- it started hawking pull ... More >>
Dario Argento caps off his horror trilogy with horrific parody.
In Bruges, Martin McDonagh's sightseeing hit-men flick, isn't much of a trip
OK, slight exaggeration. But he's at least to blame for this one.
San Francisco's top-shelf noise scene serves yummy pancakes
This town has one of the most thriving metal scenes in the world. Local faves Ludicra offer tips on how to cash in on that action.
The Fugees mark a return to righteousness in hip hop