The Recording AcademyRemember when Steve Stoute took out that full-page ad in the New York Times after the Grammys a couple of weeks ago? Well the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences was listening, as it's issued a public statement, co-signed by Stoute, promising to change its bo ... More >>
Joe EskenaziToo pretty to eat, apparentlyAlamo Square is one of the most photographed places in the city, if not on God's green earth. But precious few photos of Alamo Square have a gorgeous produce stand in the background. Simply put, that's because Alamo Square doesn't have a produce stand. Get ... More >>
What's inside the box? That depends on Bevan Dufty.With the city's contentious "Happy Meal legislation" up for a vote tomorrow, Bevan Dufty, the city's least contentious supervisor, finds himself a popular man. Dufty, a moderate and mayoral candidate, would be the eighth vote in favor of a plan t ... More >>
Earlier this morning, we told you about Herbal Cure Corner, the SF Chronicle's new stab at cornering the medical marijuana market which launched today. Curious to see our competition, we bought a copy of the paper this morning (from a real-live person vendor, too). It took us a few minutes t ... More >>
"Live Fast, Write Often." Am I the only person who thinks that this line in a full-page ad in Tuesday's NY Times for the new book A Wolf at the Table is hilarious? "The First Memoir In Five Years From Augusten Burroughs." Hey, Augusten, stop slackin'! (And this, also, struck us as amusing: "Avail ... More >>
You might've heard that BlackBerrys nationwide malfunctioned on Monday. God forbid, but douchey CEOs were left without email for a whole three hours, during which they undoubtedly were forced to call people on the phone or visit them in person. This isn't the first time users have been burned - in A ... More >>
By Andy Van De Voorde A Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that the Bay Guardian’s predatory pricing lawsuit against SF Weekly and its parent company can go to trial. Superior Court Judge Richard A. Kramer has set the case for trial on January 2, 2008. After hearing arguments on SF Weekly’s ... More >>
Is the Bay Guardian's lawsuit against SF Weekly connected to Bruce B. Brugmann's unfortunate business judgments?
Will San Francisco finally get the city magazine it deserves?