Taymar Richard Gillmore"Hell," as P.B. Shelley wanly admitted, "is a city very much like London," but it's hard to imagine this simile gaining much traction at this year's Burning Man. The theme for the 2010 installment of the gigantic annual art party held in the Nevada desert was "Metropolis: ... More >>
While most of the music world is far away drinking excessively and waiting in line for sweaty, packed shows at SXSW, we San Franciscans still have plenty of homegrown activities to keep our culture palette satisfied. Here's your chance to check out the up-and-coming local acts and artists that yo ... More >>
The nimble artistry of Janelle Monáe.
Club Foot 30th Anniversary @ Cafe du NordFor its six years of existence, Club Foot kept art alive in the San Francisco rock scene. Opened by artist Richard Kelly in 1980, the venue became the city's premier underground performance and rehearsal space, featuring future stars like Romeo Void and dr ... More >>
Renaissance is black and white and a little dead all over
A second decade of the fest that celebrates films in German
Greg Davis and Signer bring tweaked beats to the Hemlock; All-star DJs show up for "Get Selected!," an SF DJ competition
Sky Captain zooms back to a tomorrow that never was
I, Robot owes little to Asimov and much to prior sci-fi cinema
A local doc gets an Oscar nod, and Reel World bids a fond farewell
Characterless chowders and seafood seem at home in the too-casual Blue Mermaid
Our intrepid columist helps save the Presidio Theater from oblivion
Free-speech wrestlers, all-girl boy bands, musical ninjitsu, and a restored Metropolis
Film Reps List for 1-30-2002
On Sept. 11, the world needed superheroes. They found them not in comic books, but in real life.
"Fritz Lang: Minister of Fear" presents the ominous films of the late German director
Ten visual artists explore the connection between real life and the virtual world
Special programs honor cinema's undiscovered and unforgettable
Drag Races at "Club Faith"
"Alloy Orchestra," "Bardot a Go-Go"
Christmas cinema for cynics
Hooking up to the music on the Net doesn't have to be daunting