I've written before that "The Franchise" is not really a show for Giants fans. In theory, it's a way for Major League Baseball to introduce some of the game's personalities to a broader audience at a time when they're finding it difficult to market most of their players. In its basic conception, ... More >>
UCinternationaWhen Showtime aired a preview for The Franchise in April, the Giants were only two weeks into the MLB season and still riding high in defense of their World Series title. Back then, the show looked like a window into the lives of baseball players, rather than a rough-and-tumble vie ... More >>
DJ RasCue has been hitting the decks longer than most of the kids in the clubs these days have been alive. For the past 26 years, he's spun a mix of everything from Latin to hip-hop to house and rock for little kids and big stars (William H. Macy). Now the local music community is giving something b ... More >>
(Suppositori Spelling image by Matthew Brindle)San Francisco had its own season of The Real World, and we always seem to have at least one contestant in each installment of Top Chef. But, other than that, we're woefully underrepresented on the reality boob tube. Here's 10 nominations for reality TV ... More >>
David Lynch's Inland Empire comes out on DVD this week. Nathan Lee chats with the director about digital video, putrefied experiences, and tapioca.
Bringing smarty back, Nancy Drew returns for another generation of young consumers
Hard Candy turns the tables on an online pedophile
What happens when the life coaches of Starting Over come to Silicon Valley?
Dieter is here. Fawn, Hollywood agents. Fawn, Dieter says.
Yes, SF Weekly has been secretly trying to rid the city of artists. It's working pretty well, don't you think?
Avant-garde composer Carl Stone uses computers to study the inner workings of sound