Welcome to Cosentino Watch, where we recap the moves of San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino as he competes in Top Chef Masters. Warning: Spoilers ahead. Episode 2's title, "You May Now Feed the Bride," offers a clue to what's going to happen even before it begins. The chefs immediately find out ther ... More >>
The must-have celebrity accessories change as frequently as the daily fro-yo flavors. Move over small dogs, adopted children, and Birkin bags, this is the age of celebrity cookbooks. Eva Longoria, G Pal, Sheryl Crow (author of If It Makes You Healthy), and of course Bon Appetit coverwoman Gwyneth, a ... More >>
Sometimes ... and I want to make it very clear that this is not drug-induced ... I don't think San Francisco is a real city at all. I think that maybe we're a Lego city, populated by Weebles. It makes as much sense as anything Sophie Maxwell's said lately. Why would I think this? Well, h ... More >>
Week of Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Could it be the activists who claim they're trying to rebuild it?
Beauty Shop is clipped straight from its predecessors
What the author and artist meant to us when we were 13
Once you learn the full story of the mom-and-pop cult known as "The Family," you'll understand an unsettling reality: Any of us might have joined in.
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San Francisco's poet laureate, devorah major, turns out an intelligent, provocative novel about African-American life in the Fillmore District
John Singleton casts a fresh gaze on his 'hood in Baby Boy
What the world needs now is a wholly subjective, occasionally snarky awards ceremony
The ins and outs of a disorganized try at the gangbang record
The Way You Wear Your Past
A controversial mural at the Boom Boom Room, Sister Double Happiness reunion, the closing of Cue's Records
The Weekly's critics look at Mill Valley Film Festival highlights
Gorbachev Foundation prez Jim Garrison has something special in mind for San Francisco in September, an international palaver at the Fairmont Hotel. After that, a seat for himself in the U.S. Senate. And then, who knows? Chancellor of the world?