These days it seems that chefs must constantly compete to remain relevant in modern culinary culture. Especially in San Francisco, where food trends roll in and out with the fog. But no matter the direction the most recent current shifts or what the latest fuss is about, there will always be a place ... More >>
Before I started using Twitter a couple of years ago, I, like many people then and now, assumed it must be the silliest thing ever invented. The stupid name didn't (and doesn't) help. Mainly, I thought people used it for telling the world what they had for lunch, but I then looked into the matter ... More >>
SFoodie's roundup of tips, news, and rants from the week in animal-free eats. • Scientists just discovered that chickens show empathy. To science I say, NO DOY. But also: Way to come around, better late than never. I remember when I discovered that eating too fast gave me pain in the chest ... More >>
The city is awash in red ink, thanks to billion-dollar benefit giveaways and our politicians' lack of will.
In San Francisco, lizards, rodents, and vicious Chihuahuas have all been declared service animals.
What team more than the Giants needs a morale booster and respectful team player? They got one in Mark Sweeney.
After struggling uphill in the difficult yet potentially profitable world of computer animation films, Wild Brain is on the cusp of success
The Suey Sing Boys of Oakland were a bunch of low-level Chinese-American thugs. Then 10 of them became high-fashion hairstylists.
Fishing with Morgan Spurlock, survivor of the 30-day McDonald's diet
"We're going to the winner's circle or the hospital," declares one entrant
Part Disney, part Barnum, the man who saved comics is all Stan Lee
IKEA, Party of Five, heavenly coffee, and bumpin' Bernal Heights bus shelters
Hot Chinese on real china
Michael Moore's Canadian Bacon is but a flash in the pan