I've had a really busy few weeks, and I haven't been able to catch up on any of the new fall shows yet. So I tried to cram a lot of television in this weekend while writing SF Gov InAction. Just so you know. Monday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m. - Public Safety Committee Somebody has to sa ... More >>
Medea Benjamin, kingmakerThe British, it seems, know San Franciscans better than we know ourselves. Wanna make a miniseries out of Tales of the City? Hire a British director and star. Wanna know where to tool around in town? Read the Telegraph. Wanna gauge the political power of local figures? Read ... More >>
By Matt Smith When Muntadar al-Zaidi of Cairo-based al-Baghdadia TV threw his size 10 shoes at President George Bush, San Franciscans were thrilled. It now appears, however, that it's not just George W. Bush who was knocked down a notch by Zaidi's impressive pitching. His filthy flying apparel ma ... More >>
How some ladies from S.F. will harass Hillary Clinton into being the tipping point against the Iraq War
Interpretive improvisation that brings life (and dance) to talk-show topics
Sadler takes a load off
Week of Wednesday, June 16, 2004
The new reality TV show American Candidate is as rigged as a Florida election. A recount won't help. We need a boycott.
Matt Gonzalez wants to be mayor. And he doesn't mind climbing over fellow progressives to get the gig.
Tony goods, thrifty prices
Big huge music/activism fest
Don't Take This With You to Your Polling Place Nov. 6; War Is Bad. Or Good, Depending.
Opponents of the Potrero Hill power plant expansion could use a lesson in organization.
Anarchy Through Government (and Vice Versa)