We told you recently that the idea of Morrissey actually playing a scheduled tour date in San Francisco has become a joke. And we were right: The punchline, sadly, has just arrived. Morrissey has called off this Sunday's show at Davies Symphony Hall due to his ongoing struggle with Barrett's esoph ... More >>
After growing up in Chicago and passing through New York and Salt Lake City, Ryan Raddon -- better known to his thousands of fans as Kaskade -- came to San Francisco. It was here, among the city's flourishing early-2000s house scene, that Raddon came into his own as a DJ/producer of electronic dance ... More >>
The Avett Brothers The Avett Brothers have been busy. Following the commercial success of their 2009 release, I And Love And You, the band has been touring nonstop through the U.S. and Europe, including a stop at the Grammys with fellow banjo aficionados Mumford & Sons and, oh yeah, Bob Dylan ... More >>
Hometown papers are ardently defending Levi Leiphimer from accusations of drug use. But those accusations may not be so far-fetched.When disgraced 2006 Tour de France champion Floyd Landis last week confessed to doping and fingered other cyclists, the Santa Rosa Press Democrat was quick to jump t ... More >>
Who's been a naughty CEO? As the race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination heats up, both Steve Poizner and Meg Whitman are doing their utmost to portray the other as a liberal, hippie freakshow. In a move SF Weekly learned Poizner has been biding his time to make, he has now played the po ... More >>
(Saviours live) Oakland's Saviours and High on Fire are heading out on tour together on the heels of the release of Saviour's new disc, Into Abaddon, hits stores Jan. 22. The tour hits Oakland on Feb. 23 at the Uptown. Sweet!
Local "crack music" duo Two Gallants say their new disc will be out 09.25.07 and they plan to play to play the Treasure Island Music Festival in addition to some other shows. Full release after jump:
Questionable political donations are flowing into the city's most controversial political race
Tim Burton is dead-on again in the darkly delightful Corpse Bride
OK, so they didn't show. But the Dwarves' gig last Saturday rocked anyway.
There's a romance to railroad travel, especially when the destination is a special, spirited mountain town called Truckee.
Homelessness has put the city's image in danger. Our options: Hound the poor. Fine Safeway. Corrupt Lance Armstrong.
Detroit automakers have spent millions attempting to unplug California's effort to put electric cars on the road. And so far, Detroit's succeeding.
Two new collections from Berkeleyites Malvina Reynolds and Harry Smith argue for folk's historical authenticity. Whatever that is.
One of California's best Cajun chefs goes on the lam after a Bay Area con game is busted
So many San Franciscans live in cars, vans, campers, and buses that the city wants to create a "vehicular community" where they could legally park. But if we build it, will the "houseless" come?
How Tokyo Rose, "Machine Gun" Kelly, and Amelia Earhart are endangered by money-saving moves at the National Archives in San Bruno
Bouncers vs. fans as Slayer pounds the Troc: A field log
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.
The San Francisco Office of Emergency Services unveils its new post-apocalypse playbook
Milpitas residents Carleen and Robert Thomas found a lucrative way to sell the hardest of hardcorepornography to smut fans all over the country: by computer bulletin board. Then their little Silicon Valley startup attracted the interest of a U.S. Postal S
First Larry Bush was a politician. Then he was a journalist. Then he was a politician. So now as editor and publisher of CitiReport, a hard-hitting journal with a private agenda, what the hell is he?