Our three days spent wandering the aisles at the Fancy Food Show yielded the observation of an awful lot of convenience food and packaging and a lot of the same items we've seen on display there for the past five years. But amidst all that mainstream sameness was a strong pocket of companies actuall ... More >>
After 24 hours of scouring the waters, the Coast Guard announced last night that it was suspending its search for the four sailors who went missing in a boating accident over the weekend, and would not resume the search today. Authorities explained to the press their reason for ending the search, sa ... More >>
Two things you should never throw out your window: Babies and animals.But alas, a Tiburon woman embraced her cruel side when she allegedly tossed an adorable Jack Russell terrier out her third-story window in the Mission District, police say. Police told reporters that a witness saw Danielle Walk ... More >>
Will a new bill leave businesses thrown under the bus? The Mexican Bus says bring it on. Partybus.com says no way. San Francisco-based party bus owners are divided over a proposed Assembly bill that transfers the responsibility for underage drinking onparty buses onto the bus drivers. "The driver ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene. Grub Street scooped SFoodie in its own neighborhood followed SFoodie in reporting that Le Truc, which is un autobus that serves food, is going to be parking at 470 Brannan from 11 a.m. to 3 p. ... More >>
It began circulating on the Internet this afternoon that SEGA of America sent 30 of its workers into the already crowded and stinking recession shitcan. This led the Snitch to research where the SEGA office is, and it turns out they're right down the street from us! Anybody want to meet for be ... More >>
Some of the Class of 2000's stranger moments. (A lot of them involve Chris Daly.)
Attorney Tom Frankovich and his disabled clients sue small businesses to make them accessible - and make millions
Rebecca and Terry Solomon face charges of fleecing almost $20 million from investors, but not even the feds know where the couple is hiding.
Dominic Di Mare's handmade books tell a quiet tale of obsessiveness
Sail around the bay
Buy Goodies for a Good Cause
Boats brighten the bay
One energy executive claims a tidal system that meets the city's electric needs could be built in over 20 years, at a cost of $1.5 billion
S.F.'s own Gay Games
For her hot new dog-mauling book Red Zone, eye-pleasing author Aphrodite Jones re-created dialogue and scenes; her publisher and the Chron don't seem to mind
A Point Reyes fun run
What to do, all summer long
Find Out What's Happening this Valentine's Day!
Wannabe authors try to hook up with a literary agent -- in three minutes flat
Local filmmaker Caveh Zahedi's career was waylaid by his addiction to prostitution and porn. Today, his sexual compulsions could be the source of his comeback.
A controversial San Francisco study is spending taxpayers' money to see if Christian clergy, Indian medicine men, and Tibetan lamas can heal patients with AIDS and brain tumors
A media chain buys a local television station. Employees worry. Oh, the horror.
Letters from September 13, 2000
"made in usa: Angel Island Shhh"
Walking Tour of Mission Lofts Turns Housing Crisis Into History
Men keep falling in love with the aging steam schooner Wapama. She always exacts her price.
Week 2 of the Mill Valley Film Festival
In life, Paul Kalmanovitz controlled every business decision related to his $500million brewery/real estate dynasty.He even made detailed plans forthe governance of his estateafter he died. So why is the Kalmanovitz fortune the center of two vituperative