What's typically billed as a light, stream-of-consciousness rap between two old friends and colleagues strewn with pop culture references took a surprisingly strange focus Sunday night that made us want to leave early -- but it ended on an intimately somber tone that made us glad we didn't. It was K ... More >>
Christopher VictorioGreen Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, in better-belted times. Safe to say your Labor Day weekend is off to a better start than Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's: On Thursday night, Armstrong was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight for sagging his pants.
Fiona Ma is not taking shit from SouthwestAssemblywoman Fiona Ma isn't going to stand for trash-talking. The San Francisco Democrat slammed Southwest Airlines today, asking her fellow lawmakers to stop flying Southwest after a pilot was busted for bashing gays, women, and overweight people via a ... More >>
For couples* under 35 who want to have a baby in San Francisco, relax. What's the rush? Go back to work. Go get a promotion! Look at this article again when you're 35. Is everyone 35 now? Wonderful. It's time to panic.
When at the New York State Fair, be sure to check out the meat goats! It's hard to characterize the San Francisco Examiner. You get an impressive breadth of coverage of local events by very hard-working reporters, lunatic fringe national coverage and editorials, and, well, this.But we weren't sur ... More >>
Yes, there has been lethal airport terrorism in San Francisco -- back when this ad wasn't nostalgicThursday's all-day hijack threat at San Francisco Airport, if nothing else, illustrated how little it takes to disrupt the nation's transportation system. You don't need guns. You don't need bombs. ... More >>
The girl flew as an unaccompanied minor, and she's still experiencing turbulence.
A negative review on Yelp is bad for business. That's why some merchants feel they must keep Yelpers happy at any cost.
Dog Bites tags along for a Kafka-esque encounter with the FBI
The city's new weight discrimination law is badly reasoned, legally defective, costly, and bad for public health
Letters from December 13. 2000
The San Francisco Office of Emergency Services unveils its new post-apocalypse playbook