Crime fighters and BFFs!Here at SF Weekly, there's nothing we love as much as The Examiner's Law & Disorder crime-roundup page, where thugs, goons, punks, and broads batter the hell out of each other in headlines so lurid and purple they seemed to have been dictated by crotchety hobos. Or ma ... More >>
I went out on a first date with a girl who is also a recently added Facebook friend. During dinner she kept bringing up things I had already read about on FB, but I lied and pretended like I didn't know because that's creepy, right? At what point am I allowed to admit I FB stalk her? A month? Lon ... More >>
Have we been waiting for this? Who knows -- even big fans of Jay-Z and Yeezy know they never shut up for too long. Big-budget collab albums we know aren't Jay-Z's strong suit (Unfinished Business? Collision Course?). And judging by the awful "H*A*M" (now a bonus cut) and the mesmerizing "Ot ... More >>
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A galaxy-spanning journey through space and sound!
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Catherine Johnson's musical created out of Abba's songs