Dan Deacon can drop some knowledge. The enterprising electronica composer -- who drops his clusterfucking soundscapes at this week's Noise Pop Festival -- recently gave a reporter a very coherent verbal essay on the state of the music biz and the nature of pop music. An academic's experimentalis ... More >>
Thanks in part to a recent SF Weekly column detailing the latest exploits of longtime con man Paul Noe II, a federal judge recently announced he would advise federal, state, and municipal prosecutors to investigate a suspicious statewide "foreclosure assistance" operation that targeted defaulted hom ... More >>
Blacks should look to Washington and not to City Hall for hope.
A new power broker emerges after Daly smackdown.
Carl Barat settles a score with Dirty Pretty Things
It's often embarrassing to be a middle-class Caucasian in San Francisco. Last week it was excruciating.
Long-lost films and beloved chestnuts abound at the Silent Film Festival
Previous "creative financing" debacles should haunt city officials who've approved a risky $1 billion lease of Muni streetcars
Catherine Johnson's musical created out of Abba's songs
Published April 26, 2000
Our fashion editor's dispatch from the Vividence coming out ball
The city and state say the Bank of America stole hundreds of millions -- even billions -- of dollars from the government. But didn't San Francisco finance officials know what was going on? And shouldn't B of A executives be under criminal investigation?
As the movie industry contemplates a new age of computer-generated features, Berkeley's Phil Tippett fights to keep the art of special effects honest, messy, and true
ACT's The Matchmaker too frequently recalls how much better the musical is