Now we know nudists do have limits: wet weather. A legion of prolific naked people went through with their planned rally to protest public nudity, but they didn't hold the demonstration outside for a change. Rather, the rainy weather pushed them indoors, away from community members who probably di ... More >>
Journalist-filmakers go to war in "Restrepo."
Blood and SunshineThis isn't the kind of week where you need to worry about smelling of sweat, booze, and reckless abandon in front of your boss every single morning. But some excellent acts will grace S.F. stages in the next few days, and with them a hearty selection of openers. So slide out of ... More >>
"What's Crackin' SF?" @ Punch Line No time like the holiday-worn present for a wee spot of catharsis. While the usual wintertime opportunities for relaxation still apply, laughter is the next best medicine, if you have no access to Wellbutrin, Effexor, or Tofranil. Thank local comic Ali Wong (be ... More >>
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