You know how people know you're gay? Because of your raging homophobia.At least that's what a new study by researchers at the University of Rochester, the University of Essex, England, and UC Santa Barbara suggests.Their paper, titled "Parental autonomy support and discrepancies between implicit and ... More >>
Smart girls More women than men are getting their college degrees, but all that time they spend studying means less time for primping.At least, that's what Newsweek and The Daily Beast would have us think after releasing their "Most Beautiful" list.This fear of being surrounded by unsightly coeds ... More >>
Gardens & Villa at Cafe Du Nord on Friday Generationals Gardens & Villa HIJK July 15, 2011 @ Cafe du Nord Better than: Building yourself a Delorean and going Back the Future with Doc Brown. Actually, that may not be true. "What're you taking notes for?" the lanky dude in the over-sized fedo ... More >>
With her new memoir, literary co-hoaxer Savannah Knoop steps out of JT LeRoy's shadow. But can she step out of Laura Albert's?
Life Imitates Apatow; Moped Bitches Lash Out
Musician summit challenges the borders between sound and music
Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night can stop indie-rock hopefuls Birdmonster
Americana/Folk/Country DJ/Turntablist Electro/Electronic/Experimental Hard Rock Hip Hop Indie Rock/Noise Pop Jazz Soul/R&B World Music Music Video
An enterprising volunteer gives Sonoma State University a unique solution to its athletics-funding problem: a stable of thoroughbreds
Surfers battle enviro-surfers over a proposed jet-ski ban that would protect wildlife -- but threaten big-wave surfing at the legendary break known as Maverick's
Wounded by the dot-com implosion, a copywriter becomes a screenwriter
The Mission's stories come alive in this clever but distracting puzzle of a play
Broker/Dealer scores a tidy windfall with its minimalist brand of techno
Local artist, label honcho, and festival organizer Ernesto Diaz-Infante sings the gospel of the experimental scene
The bitter battle over piloting a campus peace movement that hasn't even left the ground
Screenwriter Steve Sobel says his latest work, Resin, a look at the horrors of drug laws, could only have been written in San Francisco
With an October trial in the offing, prosecutors had every intention of proving that Symbionese Liberation Army member Sara Jane Olson was a domestic terrorist who helped plant bombs under police cars 26 years ago.
The Bush administration has released the first- ever Army training manual on homosexual policy -- as a comic book
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 Pentagon claims gays who serve openly undermine the force, but a local researcher's evidence says otherwise. Could his work help President Bush make life better for gay soldiers than it ever was under Clinton?
Night and the City; Nightfall; The Night of the Shooting Stars
The Court and Spark might be the Bay Area's best new country band, if only it played country music
Paul Pena,who's played with everyone from Jerry Garcia to B.B. King, is coming out of the musical shadows, thanks to the award-winning documentary Genghis Blues. He's also blind, and sick, and entirely tired of living.