Swedish House Mafia remade rave music in rock's image — and got America listening.
Swedish House Mafia, the three-DJ dance juggernaut that ranks among the world's most popular EDM groups, is saying farewell to all the thumping and the lights, and hanging up its headphones for good. But before they call it quits, DJs Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Axwell are heading out for ... More >>
San Francisco politicians like to boast that ours is a "world-class city." It certainly pays like one. Police Chief Greg Suhr will soon become the city's highest-paid employee -- and best-compensated police chief in the nation -- with a pending bump to $307,000. It's been a lucrative year for San Fr ... More >>
Jason HenryDrake's Barrel House in San Leandro was built expensively under the old lawYou walk into a brewery tasting room and order a sample. The beer is delicious, but you can't help noticing that the brewery doesn't have washable tile flooring and the cashier isn't far from the dishwasher. ... More >>
The state's quick budget fix of selling off public buildings is a horrible idea.
According to news reports, starting in 2000 and up to the near-present, Houston Airport Chief Richard Vacar oversaw the diversion of a reported $1.9 million worth of employee time to a private corporation set up to operate the airport in Quito, Ecuador.According to an SF Weekly investigation, ... More >>
SFO officials deserve some blame for an air disaster in Honduras. By Matt Smith
A new audit shows bureaucrats spent public money on a failed private business in Honduras
Naming one of the masterminds of the SFO Enterprises scandal as a "watchdog" over billions in public investment: city government or pulp fiction?
Why will the city receive no money from the sale of SFO Enterprises?
Breathing in sleaziness at the rarefied and urbane levels of San Francisco political life
A new Manson Family movie is a bloody, gutless affair
The public career path of Andrew Lee explains a lot about what's wrong with Willie Brown's style of politics and governance
In the city of sleaze, someone's finally doing something about SFO's shady little side business
Bad stuff's hitting the fan out at the airport. Can mayoral confidante Eleanor Johns help keep the smell down?
Airport officials have bungled their international business efforts so badly, the city attorney has to investigate
Even a headstrong columnist can meet his match -- and have to move on
Once upon a time, there were airport officials who wanted to spin tall tales, spend $745,000 on Honduran boondoggling, and not explain very much
In S.F., spring is the season for romance. And pig coitus. And mouse erections. And ...
Mayor's attempt to end-run city voters on runways-in-bay reflects dimming of his political star
How SFO officials used city employees and money -- in apparent violation of state and federal law -- in a very odd attempt to privatize the airports of Honduras
The Academy of Art College may be questionable as a school, but it's a hell of a business
How the SFO construction program went $1 billion over budget. Yes, billion. With a B.
It's shoplifting season, and book dealers know what thieves are after
Sutter Health, which owns one of California's largest hospital empires, is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charity. Critics wonder why Sutter dispenses so little charity, and vacuums so much profit, from the hospitals it acquires.
With Prop. 209 looming, an airport contract battle shows how S.F. has failed to keep faith with minority business