It's officially September, which means the biggest (and free-est) music festival in San Francisco is only a month away. Today, after dropping plenty of hints online, the organizers of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announced the lineup for the festival's 13th year, which takes place Oct. 4-6 in Golden Ga ... More >>
A magazine that you sometimes see in the waiting rooms of tire stores, Rolling Stone remains tirelessly dedicated to reporting on its own place in the history of the teensy sliver of music that its publisher enjoys. To that end, the august rag is forever publishing important lists ranking the best m ... More >>
Thing Toby Keith has never said: "Nah, man, that might be a little much."On occasion, All Shook Down gives a listen to the music that is to real America what brine is to a cucumber. This is one of those occasions. Toby Keith, "Made in America" Chart Position: No. 5 Verdict: Fantastic, but ... More >>
• 7x7 shares a recipe from Greens for their amazing vegan devil's food cake. Rumor has it that it was served at Biz Stone's birthday party. If it's good enough for Biz Stone, it's good enough for Biz Stone. And hopefully you, too! All I know is that I'll be eating an entire one tonight as I ... More >>
Ready, Aim, NimbyfightTarget has scheduled its first NIMBY meeting for a proposed store at the old Mervyn's site at Masonic and Geary Streets, Bike NoPa reports. Target would seem a shoo-in for a site previously occupied by chain department stores such as Sears and Mervyn's. But this neighborhood ... More >>
Rejoice, short San Franciscan women! The arbiter of beauty, America's Next Top Model, has deemed you worthy to put on your highest heels and totter onto their set. Per the gushing e-mail received at the SF Weekly offices, reminding us that SF'ers can attend a casting call at the Westin on March 3rd, ... More >>
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