It's tough to say who is a bigger legend at the University of San Diego, Jim Harbaugh or Josh Johnson. Both of their mythologies still run deep. After all, it's rare a nonscholarship I-AA football team produces an NFL coach of the year and an NFL quarterback. Even rarer, certainly, that they end ... More >>
Nice seatDepending upon where you are, the juxtaposition of couches and barbecues evoke different results. In Santa Barbara, for example, they have a tendency to barbecue their couches. Not so here in the city. And certainly not so over the Fourth of July weekend at Crissy Field, where passers-by ... More >>
Men dont have to agree to sex in order to get busted in a prostitution sting. They just have to seem interested.
Adventures in moving indeedBusiness boosters may talk about "green shoots" suggesting an economic recovery, but SF Weekly has been monitoring real-world indicators implying things are still bleak in San Francisco. Two informal economic indicators suggest the city is suffering a jobs exodus. First, c ... More >>
Courtesy Tyson WrenschDaniel GarciaKaushal Niroula, 27, and Daniel Garcia, 26, both suspects in an alleged scheme to loot the assets of a missing Palm Springs man, have been charged with murder, according to new filings in Riverside County court. Both men face charges of murder while committing a fe ... More >>
Tear your knee, wrench your back, pirouette, and bow: dancing at the San Francisco Ballet.
Having conquered the Bay Area, Oakland metal monolith High on Fire sets its sights on the entire nation
They interrupt your conversation, serenade your girlfriend, then ask for a tip. They're an S.F. institution. And they don't play "mariachi" music.
The Hotel Utah saloon has closed its doors and its fate is anything but certain
The Justice League and Cafe Du Nord survive the winds of change
Why the Bay Area has stopped producing big-time rock bands
Board of Supervisors; Population Growth; Dot-com Layoffs
Fangxaminer Watch continues; dot-com failures and the economy
Dope(s), guns, and urine on the Brian Jonestown Massacre's summer tour
Located just blocks from downtown, the San Francisco Recreational Vehicle Park is home to tales of wonder and redemption. It will close in the fall.
For 11 years, Markus Cook was synonymous with Bay Area bike messengers. But he didn't live to see his dream come true -- the Cycle Messenger World Championships held here in San Francisco.