After running from the law for more than two months, Dimitri Storm, the Bay Area's most popular alleged robber, was arrested this week in Oakland, which, incidentally, was recently named the nation's robbery capital. According to press reports, police busted 42-year-old Storm on Tuesday night in O ... More >>
Hosting a dinner with a farm is not a completely unusual idea for San Francisco restaurateurs, but such events often feature a lot of meat and animal products, whether a display of whole animal utilization or simply a showcasing of products such as milk and eggs. And so it is worth noting that S.F.' ... More >>
Hope you've got a thing for big names, because this week is dominated by them. But then again, who could complain? Starting this evening, there's a procession of serious talent, with appearances by superstar DJs, techno messiahs, young turk bass heads, and plenty of other buzzy types. Sound expensiv ... More >>
Lou BustamanteAt Spoonbar, ex-Cyrus barman Scott Beattie has a simpler, more refined focus on classic cocktails.On a recent fog-soaked day in the city, the promise of sunshine lured us north to the warmth of Healdsburg, Yountville's counterpart as a showcase of Sonoma County's best food and d ... More >>
Dispensary moratorium: Latest political fad?One by one, across California, the lights are winking out.In city after city, town after town, patients who had dared hope they would at last have safe access to the medicine recommended by their physicians are having those hopes dashed by politic ... More >>
Summer is the season for Shakespeare festivals
How a tiny, impoverished Indian tribe managed to persuade a city, a powerful union, and the U.S. Congress to let them build a Nevada-style casino in the East Bay
Twenty-seven years ago, Shuggie Otis released one amazing record. Maybe now it'll get its due.
A visit to (dull) Camp Shakespeare
Why do San Francisco emergency workers live so far away?