This weekend, Ariel Kaminer, author of the New York Times magazine's "Ethicist" column, announced one of the most interesting essay contests SFoodie has seen. "In recent years, vegetarians -- and to an even greater degree vegans, their hard-core inner circle -- have dominated the discussion ... More >>
Wes RoweBased on the buzz around Sugar and Gold, it's no surprise that they hail from a city that enjoys all things fabulous: ours. Their sophomore release Get Wet! is disco-pop perfect for this summer's parties. Disco-synth inspired tracks like "Feels like Fire" and "Stay Soft" are guaranteed to ... More >>
JuliesRawAmbition/FlickrEric Ripert (left) and Anthony Bourdain: Their "Turn and Burn" show drops Thursday.Anthony Bourdain has authored best-selling books, and has the enviable job of slurping his way across the planet for his No Reservations TV show. (SFoodie readers will no doubt remember ... More >>
It's a big week for bookish San Francisco foodies interested in sustainable farming, vegetarianism, and foraging. • Tomorrow, Wendell Berry -- writer, farmer, and godfather of the organic farming movement -- appears at Herbst Theatre (401 Van Ness at McAllister) in conversation with Michael Polla ... More >>
Liev Schreiber adapts a best-selling novel, without the best results
We like books and we like TV, so why don't we like book TV?
A new book magazine aims to be the Cliffs Notes of reviews
Philip Kaufman directs Ashley Judd in a new thriller set in San Francisco