Earlier this week we reported on yet another dramatic parking showdown in Bernal Heights, which ended in the usual fashion: some passive-aggressive notes left on the windshield and a blog post on SF Weekly. Oddly enough, the hyperlocal story about an Oregon driver who hogged two parking spaces on ... More >>
Clorox Girls at the Hemlock on Saturday. All pics by Romana MachadoClorox Girls, Cigarette Bums, Midnight Snaxxx, Mermaid Bones February 19, 2011 @ Hemlock Tavern Better than: Getting knifed in Echo Park. Punk rock presents a certain physical hazard, or so I keep telling the pretty lady who tak ... More >>
Oh, we've still got Cindy to kick around...Though George W. Bush may be out to pasture, his nemesis, San Francisco's Cindy Sheehan, shows no sign of slowing down as she campaigns for an Oregon bill that would keep National Guard troops home, appears in a documentary film honoring an AWOL anti-war so ... More >>
As he prepares to be deposed in San Francisco next week, former S.F. Archbishop William Levada may have to come clean about a priestly child molester he protected in Portland.
Mike Mills' debut is smart, funny, and gorgeously sad
Giant Drag is anything but; Michael Penn introduces us to Mr. Hollywood, Jr.
Large numbers of Northern Californians really, truly believe that the government, the environmentalists, and the U.N. have joined forces in a plot so obvious, yet so subtle, so seemingly benevolent and fundamentally evil, that it can only be called ...
Retrofitting the Bay Bridge will take five years, hundreds of workers, a million bolts, and 19 million pounds of iron. The hardest part? Making sure no one notices.
The Roofies have perfected the fine art of not taking themselves seriously
The Joint Operating Agreement deprives the Chronicle of the resources it needs to produce a great newspaper; it also prevents the afternoon Examiner from connecting with the readers it needs to survive. Since the JOA makes it inevitable that only one wil