IMDB/Judd ApatowWe'd like to thank all the people who entered the contest to interview Hollywood funnyman Judd Apatow on SF Weekly's behalf. People sent in a lot of great questions they'd ask the Knocked Up director. Before we announce the winner, let us explain our selection process. We favored ... More >>
If you've ever peered through the media guides for college sports teams, there are several sources of unintended joy: Mini-bios querying the players about their favorite foods or movies (Really? Scarface, again?); upbeat recaps of 2-9 seasons, or, best of all, the list of a school's "notable alumni. ... More >>
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