The East Bay is the Rodney Dangerfield of the San Francisco Bay Area; it gets no respect from people in San Francisco, the people of the Peninsula, the people of the South Bay, and even people who live in the East Bay. Of course that doesn't mean it doesn't have something to bring to the table. In f ... More >>
Rodney Dangerfield spun an entire career out of bemoaning the shabby treatment he received at the hands of others. It's unclear if dynastic plumber's union boss Larry Mazzola, Jr. is hoping to traverse that rather narrow career path. But he's off to an excellent start. In a terse letter penned to Su ... More >>
There are only three meetings left standing this week: By contrast, four meetings were supposed to happen, but canceled. Is it just me, or are city hall meetings increasingly resembling network programming? "Well, we would LIKE to have a City Operations and Neighborhood Services Committee mee ... More >>
Happy National Pecan Sandy Day, everyone! The truth is, there's a different (and often strange) national food holiday for just about every day, even leap years. Here are our picks for 10 of the most awesome: But isn't Drink Beer Day every day?10. Lima Bean Respect Day (April 20)Apparently, the ... More >>
Here at SF Weekly, we place a high value on San Francisco's humble DJ tastemakers. But we also place high honors on music geeks whose sense of humor (and Jay McInerney appreciation) is as evident as their vinyl instinct. All this makes post-punk/disco/no wave/krautrock/etc/etc/etc DJ Tristes Tropiqu ... More >>
As descendants of San Francisco’s aboriginal people, the Muwekma Ohlone Indian tribe seldom gets much respect. But that could be about to change.
He adored beatniks, trolled the streets of North Beach in a beret, and was once Timothy Leary's gatekeeper, and now he packs a gun.
Have a blast dialing down entertainment options this year
Things get ugly when Infiltrator is unmasked at a celebrity impersonator convention, but all ends well when fake Arnold Schwarzenegger marries faux Shania Twain
Catwoman prompts both purrs and hisses
For the 2004 summer season, Hollywood sticks with what it knows
Learning to live with -- and even love -- a retro-'80s fad that just ... won't ... die
Culture Clash makes fun of everyone equally -- and well
When C.D. Payne stopped writing ad copy, he created a revolutionary teenage hero
Three San Francisco men found riches in Antiqua with their Internet gambling site. Now they're federal fugitives. Caribbean
Forever cryptic, a musical drifter finds solace in Liberace, Rodney Dangerfield, and one-armed pianists