A game show that people have ever cared about -- even a little bit -- can go down, but it will never truly be out. Know the Dick Clark version of Pyramid that started in the 1970s and continued throughout the decade? No? Well, you've probably encountered the Bill Cullen version (also from the '70s), ... More >>
Thing Toby Keith has never said: "Nah, man, that might be a little much."On occasion, All Shook Down gives a listen to the music that is to real America what brine is to a cucumber. This is one of those occasions. Toby Keith, "Made in America" Chart Position: No. 5 Verdict: Fantastic, but ... More >>
Dirk Dirksen, seen here stomping the shit out of Frankie Fix of the band CRIME, will soon have a plaque honoring him on the street where his club helped establish West Coast punk. The city plans to later name this street in Dirksen's honor; can a sewer grate honoring Mr. Fix be far behind? Photo by ... More >>
Community theater worth watching
Stick it to The Man and avoid this slipshod, ugly mess
Intersection for the Arts turns 40, right at home in the Mission
Poetry and its friends
Racing Stripes is strictly for kids. More precisely, it's not for them either.
Things get ugly when Infiltrator is unmasked at a celebrity impersonator convention, but all ends well when fake Arnold Schwarzenegger marries faux Shania Twain
Breakin' All the Rules packs all the fun of a mediocre sitcom
"When I decided to be an artist, I thought it was my license to investigate being alive."
Holiday Event Lisitngs
Travis Somerville's paintings have been called provocative, brilliant - and racist
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Fox to Air Presidential Pageant 2000
Beach Blanket Babylon, Shear Madness, Tony n' Tina's Wedding
O, Pioneers!, Lies! All Lies!, There Was a Riot Goin' On, But That's Over Now
Don Quixote and The Gordons Created and performed by Deborah Gwinn, Jim Cave, and Mark Gordon. At the Marsh, 1062 Valencia, 826-5750.
The Celluloid Closet ponders gay images in the movies