Former congressman JD Hayworth hosts the most gentlemanly three hours in conservative talk radio, twinkling warmly over the 9 a.m.-to-noon shift at KSFO 560 with all the fire and fury of the avuncular God up in the stars at the opening of It's a Wonderful Life. He chats up the issues of the day, ... More >>
Despite its reputation, gay-friendly San Francisco is still a tough place for teens to come out.
Men who 50 Cent deems should kill themselvs for failing to 'eat pu**y' may be helped along by 50 himselfThe Week in GaySome weeks are driven by stories about politicians and legislation or courtroom drama. This is not one of those weeks. Personality and persecution are the themes this week. Fall ... More >>
Computer NERDS appear to have won in the end, Ogre Every couple of months, it seems to happen. No, we're not talking about Oakland Raiders victories (though we bet that'll be an accurate assessment). Yet another obscure former college football player has graduated from football to the full court ... More >>
U.C. Berkeley Media RelationsAppropriate Troy Taylor's likeness at your own perilLast month we wrote about how a somewhat underachieving former Arizona State University and University of Nebraska quarterback named Sam Keller sued EA Games and the NCAA, alleging the videogame company is blatantly ste ... More >>
We've got the Sexy Soup Cart, Creme Brulee Man and Amuse Buchee, but the growing food cart phenomenon isn't limited to San Francisco. That's right -- food carts and trucks throughout the nation are serving up deliciousness far beyond the usual pretzels and dogs. We've corralled seven of our favo ... More >>
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just ... old
Touchy-feely researchers want to build community through the practice of orgasmic meditation one stroke at a time
The government accuses Bechtel of mismanagement as a smoke screen to avoid paying for alternative means of destroying deadly gases
Donald Miller has (re)written one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
As they explore M-theory, will Bay Area physicists earn the eternal glory sure to reward the inventors of the Theory of Everything?
UCSF's Paul Ekman, a national expert on the science of lying, helps police (and journalists) determine whether perps (or presidents) are practiced prevaricators
How do people play with blood in public? Jack Boulware counts ze vays.