Travis Stewart, aka Machinedrum Electronic dance music fans can be thankful that Travis Stewart, who performs as Machinedrum, spends the bulk of his time behind a computer screen. The obvious reasons lie in a voluminous output of material stretching back to his 2001 debut LP Now You Know on t ... More >>
W. Blake GrayYuet Lee's shrimp with scrambled egg rice plate, $6.50Rice Plate Journal is a yearlong project to canvas Chinatown, block by block, discovering the good, the bad, and the hopelessly mediocre. Maximum entrée price: $10. (Thanks to Caroline Chen for additional reporting.) Anyone unfa ... More >>
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Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
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Rocker Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind dabbles in acting
The setting is the only real star in the cliché-ridden Captain Corelli's Mandolin
Devil-Ettes fund-raiser; Love Psychedelico; "Sound Effects: The Magic of Foley"
The Sound of Idiots
Sidewalk Stories; High Art
Flaming Creatures; Chungking Express; D.O.A.
After years of creative drought, inspiration was again in long supply
The 41st San Francisco International Film Festival
A conversation with John Woo
A visit to (dull) Camp Shakespeare