Commenting on the high player turnover among Major League teams, Jerry Seinfeld noted that, basically, "you're rooting for clothes." Of course you're not just rooting for clothes. You're buying the clothes. At some point fans ceased wearing coats and ties to the game and began dressing like the play ... More >>
Jonathan KauffmanThe Original SoupMan's minestrone. "NO SOUP FOR YOU!" proclaim the T-shirts on sale at the new Original SoupMan on the Wharf. A sign outside the door lists founder Al Yeganeh's rules for ordering, and those who are lucky enough to make it through the line alive can purchase a ... More >>
Father knows least.
Joe EskenaziWho is man enough to wear this jersey?Jerry Seinfeld once noted that, due to rampant player turnover, sports fans are "basically rooting for clothing." If so, that's bad news for any would-be fans of the fledgling United Football League's California Redwoods (I christen them "Tree-Hug ... More >>
If a place called Morty's isn't Jewish enough, what is? Our quest for a great delicatessen continues.
Sometimes limp or awkward, but mostly clever and performed with cheesy enthusiasm
Have a blast dialing down entertainment options this year
Pleasant food in a pretty room at a new Turkish-accented "Mediterranean" spot in the Marina
This Wonderful Life isn't about saving a bank -- or Christmas
Robert Altman's love letter to ballet is beautiful but empty
A San Francisco holiday institution for Jews and their alienated friends
Starting fresh, Jerry Seinfeld once again works hard for nothing
The forgotten Top 10: The best records of 2001 that you won't see on anyone else's list
Judd Apatow's Freaks and Geeks grow up, more or less, and move to a dorm
Love Is In the Air
A movie about something, sort of