Last year, we reported census data that showed Californians were starting to move to Texas in droves, just in time for Gov. Jerry Brown to rule the state -- again. And now we have a better sense of who those disgruntled Californians are. Today, the Record Searchlight informed its readers that Si ... More >>
Anya Fernald, chief executive at Belcampo Meat Co., thinks a lot about how her company's meat will taste. And she should, as head of a sustainable meat supply chain that includes a 10,000-acre organic farm and Temple Grandin-designed slaughterhouse up near Mt. Shasta, and now a butcher shop and rest ... More >>
Jesse Vasquez photographyDead Western plays Kitsch Gallery's Evening with Friends this Friday Stuffed, satiated and sleepy: Now that the first of many major holidays meals is over, it's time to whip yourself back into shape with some active moshing or thunderous booty shaking. Here's our list of ... More >>
EKAphotographyElectable: Sila performs with the AFE at Stern Grove San Francisco's favorite Kenyan Afro-groovester, Victor Sila, has just released Black President, his second album with the Afrofunk Experience. I'll admit to being a bit biased--Sila is a friend of mine, and I wrote his bio--but I r ... More >>
It's all in how you map it
In a city full of zealous preservationists, why can't we halt the desecration of a medieval monument?
Demonstrating may soothe the psyche, but it won't save San Francisco's arts scene
The stones of a 13th-century Spanish monastery lie crumbling in Golden Gate Park, a forgotten legacy of William Randolph Hearst. Trappist monks now hope to resurrect part of what Hearst tore asunder.
Eighty Methodist pastors from Northern California plan to challenge church law by co-officiating at a lesbian wedding. It's an act of conscience that could sunder America's second-largest denomination -- and bring gay marriage to the center of national co
Union Pacific's tenacious fight to gut safety laws passed when a derailment sterilized 40 miles of the upper Sacramento River
Hearst got his rocks off in Spain - now they're headed to Chico