We didn't realize how much we wished we could drink at Moe's, eat a Krusty Burger, visit the Duff Brewery, get a Squishee at the Kwik-E-Mart, and have all manner of Simpsons adventures until we read on Eater this morning that Universal Studios plans to open a real-life Springfield this summer. There ... More >>
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This week: Burn a bongload with Buffalo Springfield. Behind the buzz: Though perhaps not one of those Ice Capades-in-Hell moments, the Buffalo Springfield reunion is welcome news for weed rockers, retro-cultists, and hippies of every age. This accidental and short-lived folk-rock supergroup ... More >>
So, The Simpsons is still on! The eminently quotable show is in its 20th year and Fox aired a 90-minute special directed by documentarian Morgan Spurlock to celebrate the momentous occasion. Various celebrities discussed their favorite characters. Our fair mayor, Gavin Newsom, joined Jerry Springer ... More >>
A transportation activist points to inefficient and costly projects like the Central Subway.
Blinky, the three-eyed fish from the animated television sitcom The Simpsons, may be headed for the San Francisco Bay and its estuaries, according SF Weekly's reading of new research from the University of California at Davis. Wholesale dumping of toxic chemicals into waterways -- such as the gunk d ... More >>
Breathe easy, Simpsons fans. The movie is eeeexcellent. The Village Voice’s Scott Foundas finds popcorn-pay version just as good as free TV dinner version.
Breathe easy, Simpsons fans
Shonen Knife returns
When it comes to terrorism and U.S. atomic power plants, we may as well put Homer Simpson in charge
The voice of Flanders is the voice of reason, absatively posilutely
Mayor Willie Brown has made official decisions benefiting business entities that are partners in the mayor's own private business endeavors. Is this intersection of Brown's public decisions and private finances a coincidence - or a conflict of interest?
Thousands of Filipinos fought and spied and suffered and died under American command to help us win World War II. The U.S. government says the soldiers who survived -- now elderly, often living in poverty -- aren't worthy of military benefits. Four storie