Whether it's posting pictures of breakfast cereal or "liking" a Change.org petition on immigration reform, Facebook has become one of the primary vessels through which we express sentiments and emotions. In some ways, that's deeply problematic -- and even Facebook knows that. Which may explain why ... More >>
Shot on grainy Super-8, in what appears to be the industrial flats of Oakland and, later, some dilapidated agricultural building, Exray's new video might at first seem like another indie spin through nostalgialand. But actually it's far weirder: There's a robot -- or maybe it's some mechanical creat ... More >>
Laurel H./YelpLiba Falafel and Seoul on Wheels in a typical lunchtime scene in Emeryville.The East Bay city of Emeryville has been a particularly bright spot in the Bay Area's emerging street-food scene. While San Francisco is a maze of payouts and regulations across multiple agencies, Emeryv ... More >>
Childish, funny, 3-D delights.
"Celestial Navigations: The Short Films of Al Jarnow" @ Red Vic Al Jarnow's free-association films serve as an astringent antidote to the wisecracking-animal-and-dancing-inanimate-object school of animation practiced by Pixar, Disney, and the other Hollywood studios. As the creator of Sesame Str ... More >>
Luis C./YelpLillian peering out of her Liba Falafel Truck: She's on a mission to change minds.It was the Netherlands -- not Israel -- that provided Gail Lillian with her falafel epiphany. "Falafel was an idea I'd been poring over for many years in my head," she told SFoodie. "But after I took ... More >>
Our future looms overhead ...San Franciscans lucky enough to be enjoying our lunch outside today were interrupted by the less-than-appetizing sight of a gargantuan pair of chromosomes looming over our heads. This zeppelin, which belongs to Airship Ventures, currently features advertising from the ... More >>
Disney's latest toon is a starry dog story.
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie's gone before. And that's a good thing.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain
SF Weekly iTeam investigates: Atheist best-sellers and Steve Jobsism
It's the 100-year anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. Are you a fan of all the hoopla? Take our quiz and see.
That's not the sky falling, just Disney's Chicken Little
Fused from worldly machine beats and supernatural sonic apparitions, Isolée's Wearemonster remakes the techno landscape
Executives involved in outsourcing U.S. jobs should also become involved in sponsoring CA schools
An early modeling career plus film school results in Sirens of the 23rd Century
Who's winning what at the upcoming S.F. International Film Festival
It's easy to be positive about the upcoming year in local film
Why a biotech scientist decided to chuck it all and become an independent filmmaker
Week of April 25, 2001
Feast of Fire