Reassuring us once and for all that turning 30 doesn't mean you have to start behaving like an adult, NOFX -- the West Coast punk icon/touring kegger that never winds down -- announced this week that they'll mark the end of their third decade in existence with a limited edition box set of deluxe LPs ... More >>
6. Simian Mobile Disco @ Mezzanine, Saturday, Dec. 1 Ever since Jas Shaw and James Ford split off from indie-pop outfit Simian circa 2006 to form Simian Mobile Disco, a cheeky sensibility has always underpinned the duo's slinky electro. On 2009's Temporary Pleasure, SMD mocked rich-kid opulence with ... More >>
The Loving Hut, an international vegan fast-food chain with one San Francisco branch in Chinatown, just opened up a stall in the ground-floor food court of the San Francisco Centre on Saturday. Serving less than a dozen East-West dishes in the $5-$9 range ― nuggets of indeterminate provenance, ... More >>
One of S.F.'s favorite queens reflects on the passing of Tammy Faye Bakker
Rarities from a lost kingdom
A documentary revisits the moment when porn went mainstream
Mac is back, and he's been a bad boy
Jason Mecier has a métier, and it's mosaic: beans, pasta, yarn, candy, junk, and pencils combined in a kitsch-art wonderland
The problem today isn't shoddy corporate ethics -- capitalism was built on corruption. The problem is America's bias against government regulation.
Monica Lewinsky and George W. Bush are dissected in new HBO documentaries being screened in S.F.
Tale of the Whale; Night Crawler: A Cure for the Common Cold
"The First Lady of Televangelism" brings her odd, endearing act to the stage and owns the Castro Theater
Gypsy caravans, heavily shellacked starlets, and eccentric emperors
Experts debate the evolution of gay filmmaking
Tammy Faye Bakker's back, but don't be afraid this time
The Eyes of Tammy Faye teaches us that garish televangelists have feelings too
2000 San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
A Thousand Pieces of Gold; Fedora; A Day at the Races
In China, Falun Gong practitioners are beaten and persecuted, so the U.S. is granting them asylum. But is this movement as harmless as it seems?
The stereotype may be racist and classist, but that hasn't kept a generation from embracing the white trash aesthetic -- a disposable culture populated by trailer parks; junk cars; big hair and gaudy makeup; loud, angry music; and empty beer cans -- and i