When one listens to the soulful house sounds of producer Urulu, they might feel as if they've been transported back to the early '90s and the beginnings of the rave era. It's hard to believe then, that Urulu was born just when this new wave of electronic dance music was beginning. His 2011 introduct ... More >>
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By Phil FreemanIn a year worthy of your rage, metal delivered in spades. What with the economy circling the drain and Sarah Palin coming down from the tundra and then refusing to go back, 2008's been the kind of year that really makes you want to smash your head into walls or punch random strangers ... More >>
If Caroline Hwang's urban art that speaks about the human condition isn't quite your thing, then I'll bet professional wrestling is more up your alley. Bay Area mullet-heads rejoice, because local promotion Fog City Wrestling throws its premiere event next weekend at CELLspace. Get ready for some bi ... More >>
Stone Cold is hot, but The Condemned's hypocrisy is not
Heavily padded football movie hits all the familiar notes
Iva Vendetta, Miss Moxxxie, Ghoulina, and the other Bay Area Derby Girls are into piercings, tattoos, partying, sexual innuendo, and whatever they decide roller derby is going to be
WWE pile-drives into S.F.
They're S.F.'s new pro football team. They've got second-rate players, an untested product, and a concept with a history of failure. But that's OK -- they have a great marketing plan.
If you think pro wrestling is outrageous, you should see the battles that go on among the sport's local promoters