In a city awash in all things gay, perhaps nobody is waiting for the Supreme Court's June ruling on Proposition 8, California's ban on same-sex marriage, more than wedding planners. In fact, many San Francisco businesses are pretty well-versed on planning gay weddings, since they've been assisting ... More >>
At the end of last week, when we found out that new Destiny's Child material was coming our way, we literally did a happy dance. Would this new single be an I-am-woman-hear-me-roar triumph, like "Survivor"? Would it be an iconic dance party classic, like "Bootylicious"? Or would it be a sassy modern ... More >>
Oh God, don't you just hate football? Isn't football so dumb? Doesn't anybody read fiction anymore? Everyone gets so excited over ... sports. (Did you just puke a little?) Here are the best things on during the Super Bowl that aren't the Super Bowl, which you hate.
We all know that to get through the holidays, you must drink. If you don't drink, may God have mercy on your soul. Here are our picks for festive drinks you can make and enjoy all day on Thursday, and still not look like you have "a problem." Day Time Holiday Drinking, say heeey! 5. Anything with W ... More >>
What are the rules for negotiating a breakup on Facebook?
This past weekend, with the release of The Social Network movie, Justin Timberlake proved to the world, yet again, that he is just as good at acting as he is at making really high-pitched noises, moving his body in a rhythmic manner and cultivating enough curly hair to restock Cher's wig closet. If ... More >>
Audrey Fukumanâ€‹Earlier today, we took Google Instant Search out for a test drive. It accelerated fine, handled the corners well -- and wouldn't return "instant" results for words like "pornography" but had no trouble spitting out links for, say, "Holocaust." Porn, you see, is offensive. Google's n ... More >>
Giulia Melucci's I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti (Grand Central Publishing, $23.99) is a real beach read, the foodie equivalent of chick lit. The author exhaustively details various affairs with men who are -- all together now! -- afraid of commitment, down to the last post-coital bowls of spaghet ... More >>
We're just not that into He's Just Not That Into You.
In Kit Kittredge, all it takes to cure the Depression is a little Miss Sunshine.
Despite the labels and levity, big-screen Sex and the City is a poor man's knockoff.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain
In difficult times, a bite of cake, a sip of creamy hot chocolate, or a forkful of pie can elevate your mood
Repertory Film Listings
Two restaurants from the same part of the world colonize Mission District corners
Strange things happen when actors sing
The labor-intensive Mojito is reaping grim effects on bar efficiency – and patron patience
Leave your Manolo Blahniks at home for the "Sex in the City Tour"
S.F. hits the big time?
We can't resist "I Had a Little Facial, I Made It Out of Clay" or an offensive "Feliz Navidad."
New sex in the same city
Sportsclub/LA San Francisco
Cafe Qué Tal
Stories of crime and passion weave in and out of a busy restaurant kitchen in
Chic global travelers, New York drag kings, and horrific Halloween plays
Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell isn't Carrie Bradshaw. Like, really.