No, it wasn't Sean Penn. Nor Josh Brolin, Diego Luna, or even Tom Ammiano, as himself, getting off the best line in the film. The former Milk star spotted back in the city was this 1977-vintage fire engine: Joe EskenaziI'm ready for my close-up, Mr. Van SantAnd yet this erstwhile movie star wasn' ... More >>
Jonas T./YelpMore reliable than a space heater?Seven years ago, a fire ravaged the original Chava's on 18th and Shotwell. The restaurant's chilaquiles, fresh tortillas, and machaca con huevos had many devotees -- including, if one perky Yelp-er is to be believed, Cheech Marin, who supposedly ... More >>
If Haight Street is wall-to-wall people, it must be tourist season. How do you really feel about all those outsiders who swell the city's population?
Tony Espinoza poured his dot-com millions into the fanciest music studio in town. With balls like that, who needs street cred?
Another film production company leaves the city. Can the Bay Area Film Alliance help?
Ron Jeremy, the "world's most unlikely sex star," in a penetrating documentary film
Rejected Proposals for Treasure Island Monuments
Oh, brother -- sisters invade the W Hotel
Big-name celebrities don't ruin The Late Henry Moss, but Sam Shepard's tiresome love-death poetry comes close
David Latham; closing of the St. Francis I & II
This Program Has Been Pre-empted; Good Help; Gone Fishin'; Pretty in Pink
So many San Franciscans live in cars, vans, campers, and buses that the city wants to create a "vehicular community" where they could legally park. But if we build it, will the "houseless" come?