From this week's Bouncer column: ... So anyway, I'm at a barbecue at my cousin's house, and every circle of people I introduce myself to is talking about how Jesus is working in their lives. A big guy is holding barbecue tongs in one hand and a Snapple in the other and talking about sin, whi ... More >>
If this doesn't work, take 150mg of PenicillinHoward Rubinstein and Hal Hewell, whose clients have unsuccessfully claimed in federal lawsuits filed here that Crunchberries and Froot Loops cereals tricked consumers into believing the products contained at least some sort of fruit, have moved on to ... More >>
Lawyers Howard Rubinstein and Hal Hewell, whose clients unsuccessfully went after Froot Loops and Crunchberries for not containing any fruit (froot?), are now after Snapple. What's the tea peddlers' alleged crime (besides inflicting us with Wendy, the Snapple Lady)? A Nov. 12 suit claims Snapple' ... More >>
A jury considers whether a store clerk in the Bayview acted in cold blood or in self-defense when he shot a woman he accused of shoplifting.
Wong Kar-Wai's first English-language foray is a minor confection.
June 27, 6 p.m. So the cover feature ran today (link to 'The Day the Music Dies'), which sucks cus I finally got respected musician and webcaster David Byrne to speak at length on the subject. Let's turn it over to Mr. Byrne. "Internet radio. One sure fire way to get ordinary folks to throw up thei ... More >>
Ethically questionable documentary spent a year on the Golden Gate
The federal government looks to eliminate abusive tax shelters, and it may cost San Francisco tens of millions of dollars
Flagrant "Sin," guerilla guitar, super elegance, and poetic Tourettes
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