Perhaps James Franco is concerned for the audience members who passed out watching him actI wish I could tell you how Danny Boyle's 127 Hours ends. The first hour and a half are riveting: James Franco is looking gorgeous even as he's slowly dying, his hand pinned under a boulder in a Utah canyon. ... More >>
De La Paz Coffee Co./FlickrThe lure of free tacos brought 'em out to El Tonayense yesterday.El Tonayense truck owner Esquivel Santana told SFoodie that Sunday's taco giveaway stunt brought out a wave of free-food junkies. The truck, which parks at Harrison and 22nd St., was part of a multi-city prom ... More >>
Fox SearchlightZooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in (500) Days of Summer.In a multi-city promotion for the new film (500) Days of Summer, Fox Searchlight has arranged for free street eats to be given out to the first 500 people to arrive at two different San Francisco locations this Sunday, J ... More >>
Our favorite morsels from the food blogs and beyond. Get there early: This morning, SFoodie's Tamara Palmer reported on Fox Searchlight's plan to hype a movie by sponsoring street-food giveaways this Sunday, including sweets from (suspected) unlicensed vendor the Crème Brûlée Guy. Mission Missio ... More >>
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