SFMTAIt's nice. But is it $415,000 worth of nice?The other day, Muni announced it would build a pair of avant-garde new kiosks to hawk Clipper cards and transit passes. Almost as an afterthought, the price of these two booths was mentioned late in news articles: $829,000. For those of you who nev ... More >>
Everyone loves the dog. Everyone hates his employer. When candidates running for the Board of Supervisors were asked what they thought about Target's plans to open a pair of San Francisco outlets, their opinions were like discount footwear at the big box store: plentiful, hard to miss -- and unco ... More >>
This dog may have contributed to anti-gay causes as well...
The city of San Francisco had multiple orgasms ripple through the streets when the news broke that Target is planning on opening not one -- but TWO -- stores in town. Doesn't that just make your toes curl and your lip twitch? They like u ... More >>
Ready, Aim, NimbyfightTarget has scheduled its first NIMBY meeting for a proposed store at the old Mervyn's site at Masonic and Geary Streets, Bike NoPa reports. Target would seem a shoo-in for a site previously occupied by chain department stores such as Sears and Mervyn's. But this neighborhood ... More >>
Weekend wrap-up by Janine KahnSorry to shake you out of tryptophan-induced slothfulness, but it's Cyber Monday, kids. And that means you're supposed to blow what's left of the shopping dough you didn't honestly have last week on marginally-cheaper memory cards and online escorts or something. It's ... More >>
Raising Funds (Toys for Tots Drive)
The Milk Bar
November 29, 2008
Notes and photos by Jackie Lopez
Saturday night was all about celebrating a few minor victories in this time of recession: gas prices going down (well, for the time being), the stock market shooting up with Obama's appointment of a ... More >>
For three decades, Mariedi Anders has used Old World grace and negotiating acumen to create significant American careers for serious European musicians.
Now, the doyenne of West Coast classical music agents faces a new challenge: the globalization of the
The stereotype may be racist and classist, but that hasn't kept a generation from embracing the white trash aesthetic -- a disposable culture populated by trailer parks; junk cars; big hair and gaudy makeup; loud, angry music; and empty beer cans -- and i