Joe EskenaziWho is man enough to wear this jersey?â€‹Jerry Seinfeld once noted that, due to rampant player turnover, sports fans are "basically rooting for clothing." If so, that's bad news for any would-be fans of the fledgling United Football League's California Redwoods (I christen them "Tree-Hug ... More >>
Perhaps you have already caught wind of the SF Mexican Consulate's recent gaffe, in which they referred in a press release to speaker Kimberly Guilfoyle as the wife of Mayor Gavin Newsom. She hasn't been for some time. We all know that the mayor's current betrothed is Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the not ... More >>
Two contemporary music giants descend upon the Bay
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A haunting tapestry that reveals how we connect while technology keeps us apart
In the country’s putative activist capital, all the protests and rallies may do more to sow apathy than draw people to the cause.
Wide-ranging modern dance
Where well-heeled snobs go when they need watering
Will we be more secure -- or just less competitive -- if the government forces hundreds of thousands of international science students to get export licenses simply to look through a microscope?
Tony Espinoza poured his dot-com millions into the fanciest music studio in town. With balls like that, who needs street cred?
When therapy meets fabric art
Stanford Junior MC Lars Horris may not unseat Eminem, but, with luck, he might be the next "Weird Al"
In Whale Rider, a Maori lass confronts her heritage and destiny
Does the world need another college football bowl game? Some San Francisco boosters are banking on it.
Forward, University of San Francisco Dons
Without the inventions of Max Matthews, we wouldn't have CDs, MP3s, techno -- or much more
Fixing up the welcome wagon
With many power plants scheduled to go down for repairs, a stretch of bad weather could spell trouble
Bay Area researchers are using a particular cancer to produce neuronlike cells that, when injected into the brain, seem to reverse the effects of stroke. Is the treatment a historic medical breakthrough, or a reckless ploy to attract investors?
How the state's contracts with crucial electric power providers actually encourage them to gouge us
Scouts' Honor by Tom Shepard
Stars in bars, stars in cars, stars with plastic surgery scars.
Love Is In the Air
Broadcast News, Big Wednesday, and The Straight Story
In the UCSF-Stanford merger, the busiest health care workers are the doctors of spin
The Bay Area's chemical gentry
Red Herring Editor Tony Perkins is a self-described maverick, a stylish fast-talker with a knack for making friends and influencing people in the high-tech world. Not bad traits for a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, but are they what it takes to publish a "m