If you happen to find yourself at Fisherman's Wharf during lunch tomorrow with a hankering for some delicious steamed crab or clam chowder, you might get more than you've bargained for - our news editor Erin Sherbert reports on The Snitch that PETA will be on hand wearing mermaid fins and little els ... More >>
Can content pirates be stopped?The tech industry has been paying quite a bit of attention to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a bill wending its way through the U.S. Congress that would allow media companies to pursue legal remedies against online search engines and social networks that link to ... More >>
Winni WintermeyerAs one of the founding members of San Francisco's krauty, dubby, polyrhythm-toting Tussle, Nathan Burazer has seen his fair share of musical trends and scenes come and go. And while the expansive instrumental jams his band has continued to write for almost a decade have never bee ... More >>
For years the cognoscenti's choice for Union Square happy hour snacking has been Morton's, the swellegant Chicago-borne steakhouse at Post and Powell, where the hungry imbiber can enjoy a complimentary and absolutely tender and smoky filet mignon finger sandwich (or two or six or seven) with her $15 ... More >>
Artist roasts hypocrisy
New releases available this week
Herbie the Love Bug's back, and he bites
Fathers hide your intellectual property: The Bay Area's original culture jammers are back
Sahara has no reason to exist, until you see who made it
Vin Diesel moves in, and the laughs move out
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Horror movies, comedies, and, yes, kung fu flicks at the Asian Film Festival
The second Princess Diaries is a profligate commercial for materialism and privilege
Where to catch cool fireworks shows around town
Lost Weekend Video
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Smuin Ballet tackles the legend of Zorro
Who fucked Dick Tracey on the Matterhorn? Find out in this sad, sordid Disneyland memoir.
Holiday Films for Children
The animated Faith Hubley
American movies once enthralled the world with their exuberance and clarity. What happened in the 1990s?
S.F. animator Henry Selick brings Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach to the screen