Love Will Fix It The Hot Spot Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 Better than: Watching your night unfold via Instagram. In the latest edition of club-related technophobia, cell phones have grown increasingly under fire. It wasn't but a couple weeks ago that Francois Kevorkian publicly mused on his Facebook p ... More >>
Get ready, this week's edition of Signal to Noise packs a bit of a punch. Not content with our usual format, Bus Station John decided to send over a list of his five favorite female divas (plus a little bonus pick you'll need to scroll through to the end to see). Why all the extras? Well, it boils d ... More >>
Shaun BloodworthIt's hard to imagine a 22-year-old from Ireland being an expert on genres like new jack swing and boogie house, but expertise is exactly what Dec Lennon, aka Krystal Klear, conveys through his mixes and productions. While younger listeners may not be familiar artists like Al B ... More >>
Bittersweet indeed.As you may have heard, there's been a rash of misdemeanorly winings and dinings going on about town lately -- well, for the last couple of decades -- at the hands of one Alan Young, an Oakland sanitation worker with a knack for passing himself off as various Motown luminaries ... More >>
Music celebrities continue to be a fertile source of inspiration for sandwich makers across the nation. Behold some incredibly strange examples of a growing art form; call it an iTunes eatlist. The star: Lady Gaga The sandwich: Fried cod sticks, avocado, roll The location: Hapa Ramen, San F ... More >>
Wherein we review Yay Area mixtapes of the day
How Martha Stewart's three-CD (plus recipes!) Holiday Collection made a believer out of me
The saga of the Clarks, a prosperous, African-American, funeral home-owning South Carolina family
For Bing Ji Ling! San Francisco's very own blue-eyed-soul-singing ice cream pimp.
Everything Quieter Than Everything Else; Studio Time
How can Burt Bacharach make a comeback when he never went away?
'Cue up for first-rate ribs at James & James; ambience gives a boost to the vittles at Powell's Place