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  • Blogs

    June 16, 2014

    Week in Vegan: Vegan Schools, a Vegan Butcher, and the Most Adorable Baby Goat

    ​A school in Southern California will be the first to be all vegan by 2015. The students will not only eat vegan, but they'll help grow and harvest their own vegetables. (This is a much more useful skill than Geometry, which I have never had to use once as an adult.) A vegan diet may be better fo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 8, 2012

    Who Wrote the Fifty Shades of Chicken Cookbook?

    There's a new novelty cookbook hitting the shelves next week (Nov. 13), just in time for white elephant party season. Fifty Shades of Chicken is a clever parody of the scandalous triology written under the pseudonym F.L. Fowler. The book tells the story of a meek chicken ("Ms. Hen") and a sexy chef ... More >>

  • Film

    August 8, 2012
  • Blogs

    June 12, 2012

    Sean Duffy, Real World Alum and Wisconsin Congressman, Stops in San Francisco

    It's a bit disappointing that Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy doesn't campaign more on his experience as a Real World: Boston housemate. Surely, living in a lavish house with six other narcissistic strangers holding diametrically opposed world views as camera crews capture every moment is ideal pre ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 9, 2012

    The Nuns' Jennifer Miro: An Appreciation By Jack Boulware

    By JACK BOULWARE [Editor's note: Jack Boulware is the co-author, with Silke Tudor, of Gimme Something Better: The Profound, Progressive, and Occasionally Pointless History of Bay Area Punk from Dead Kennedys to Green Day.] If we're talking the birth of Bay Area punk, there are as many points of vi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 4, 2011

    Top 5 Songs Charlie Sheen Is Probably Listening To Right Now

    So this was the week that Charlie Sheen went on an extensive media tour to prove to the world that he was a "Vatican Assassin Warlock" -- which, according to our dictionary, means "gigantic mentalist." He has also announced to the world that he's "tired of pretending like [he's] not special." Well, ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 26, 2011

    Cheryl Burke, Dancing With the Stars Champ, Molested by Retired Bay Area Postman

    Years of counseling have allowed her to star in "Dancing With The Stars."​A retired Bay Area postman molested U.S. reality TV star Cheryl Burke when she was a child, according to People Magazine.Burke, a professional dancer, is a two-time champion of Dancing With the Stars. She grew up in Atherton ... More >>

  • News

    December 22, 2010
  • Blogs

    January 4, 2010

    The Crazy Eight: 2009's Most Scandalous Moments in Celebrity Food Gossip

    Andrew CrowleyBrit celeb chef Heston Blumenthal's restaurant allegedly poisoned 500 people in 2009.​Murders! Poisonings! Runaway grooms! The year in celebrity food gossip reads like a script for The Young and the Restless. Behold these crazy eight moments: 8. A household name in his native UK, che ... More >>

  • News

    May 13, 2009

    Race to Fame

    W. Kamau Bell has built a career on examining the messy intersections of race and class in a supposedly postracial world.

  • Film

    January 28, 2009

    The Wanderers

    Michelle Williams finds a safe haven with outsider director Kelly Reichardt on Wendy and Lucy.

  • Blogs

    October 7, 2008

    Feminists Unite at the Radical Women Conference

    Radical Women Conference The Women’s Building, San Francisco October 6-9, 2008 Notes and photos by Masha Rumer Better than: Calling yourself a maverick. Feminists of all walks of life came together over the weekend for the Radical Women Conference to talk Marxist feminism, unionizing, reproducti ... More >>

  • News

    September 10, 2008


    Amidst all the murders in San Francisco, some suspicious deaths are hidden in a secret burial ground of bureaucracy.

  • Culture

    June 18, 2008

    Fundamentally Flawed

    Pigeonholing Muslims doesn't help the cause or the play.

  • Blogs

    May 8, 2008

    Madonna' "Sticky & Sweet Tour" Visits Oakland's Oracle in Nov.

    Madonna just can't stop, won't stop recording and touring. Her latest album, "Hard Candy," debuted at #1 in a gagillion countries, and she's about to embark on her gagillionth tour this fall. And no, gagillion isn't a real number, if you were wondering. Watch the material girl get all sticky and swe ... More >>

  • News

    October 26, 2005

    The Money Went Fore What?

    As parks funds were moved -- behind the scenes -- to a golf tournament, Gavin Newsom was out front seeking the spotlight. It's what he does best.

  • Culture

    September 28, 2005

    Monkeyluv: And Other Essays on Our Lives as Animals

    A collection of insights on the fascinating social mammal known as man

  • Music

    March 10, 2004

    Courtney Love

    America's Sweetheart

  • Dining

    August 13, 2003

    Like Mamma Used to Make

    Viewing The Restaurant gets our critic hungry for old-fashioned red-sauce Italian

  • News

    January 8, 2003

    Letters to the Editor

    Week of January 8, 2003

  • Music

    November 20, 2002

    Black Is the New Black:

    With a new EP and an '80s vibe, Evening becomes eclectic

  • News

    October 30, 2002

    Field of Liens

    Before you succumb to nostalgia about a simpler, humbler baseball time, heed the lesson of Vacaville

  • News

    March 27, 2002

    The Slime of Their Lives

    At a messy party for the fetishists known as "sploshers," love is a many-splattered thing

  • News

    February 27, 2002

    This is NOT a story about L.A. Lakers star Kobe Bryant

    Meet John Cox, a USF swingman who is a cousin and friend to Kobe -- and quite at home with his own game and his own life

  • News

    January 17, 2001

    As a Matter of Fat

    The city's new weight discrimination law is badly reasoned, legally defective, costly, and bad for public health

  • News

    November 15, 2000

    Revenge of the Wimp

    Why Miami's Democratic mayor abandoned Al Gore and cost him all the votes he needed to be president

  • Dining

    October 25, 2000

    Side Dish

    Mingling With the Famous

  • Film

    April 26, 2000

    Starlet O'Hara

    The Peter J. Owens Gala: Where does Winona Ryder, this year's honoree, fit?

  • News

    December 22, 1999

    Broken Fix

    In a radical approach, San Francisco is making addiction a health issue rather than a law enforcement imperative. So far, though, treatment on demand has been a costly pipe dream.

  • Music

    December 15, 1999

    Still a Beautiful Mess

    Once considered just another L.A. rock casualty, former Thelonious Monster leader Bob Forrest returns to the land of the living with the Bicycle Thief

  • News

    August 11, 1999

    Shut Up or Park

    Want to escape cell-phone-wielding drivers? Move to Ohio.

  • News

    July 29, 1998

    The Kerouac Obsession

    Gerald Nicosia has spent a decade challenging the disposition of Jack Kerouac's $20 million literary estate. Along the way, he's annoyed most of what remains of the beat generation.

  • Calendar

    July 15, 1998
  • Calendar

    May 13, 1998
  • Music

    January 28, 1998

    Busker Do!

    Mary Lou Lord comes out of the subway and into a theater near you

  • Calendar

    January 22, 1997
  • News

    May 8, 1996

    Mercury Falling

    For 11 years, Markus Cook was synonymous with Bay Area bike messengers. But he didn't live to see his dream come true -- the Cycle Messenger World Championships held here in San Francisco.

  • Calendar

    April 19, 1995
  • News

    March 22, 1995


    The upcoming release of the Beach Boys' legendary "Smile"session ends super-fan Domenic Priore's Journey to the past

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