Not happening in San Francisco. At least not on the field. Today's decision to award the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, respectively, to Russia and Qatar -- yes, Qatar! -- comes as cold comfort for San Francisco. We learned all the way back in January that, even if the United States succeeded in its C ... More >>
It's Pavement week here in Northern California: The (temporarily) reunited indie-rock band will bring its shady lanes and crooked rains to its hometown of Stockton for a show Thursday night at the Bob Hope Theatre, and to Berkeley's Greek Theatre on Friday. For the hometown show, Pavement's origi ... More >>
Market Street RailwaySan Franciscans cramming into the Zurich car in our city's historic railway fleet know the Swiss have a little catching up to do with us when it comes to girthAt this month's "Global City Forum" -- an international conference on sustainability held, oddly enough, in the totally ... More >>
The LA Times reported today that Public Citizen, the ACLU, and local organization the Electronic Frontier Foundation went to federal court Tuesday on behalf of muzzled Web site, Wikileaks.org. The Web site, which encourages people to post leaked government and corporate documents, was ordered to shu ... More >>
The only kind of eating in the dark we've tried usually involves staggering down the street in the middle of the night after consuming copious amounts of beer, wolfing down a scalding slice of pizza. And boy, that pizza always tastes great. Drunkeness Darkness heightens the senses, you know. That's ... More >>
To miss New Orleans -- so feast on authentic N.O. turtle soup, crawfish étouffée, and jambalaya right here in North Beach
Falling in love again with Rubicon, still at the top of its game after a decade
Our critics weigh in on local theater
What Tom Stoppard did in this 1974 play would be too expensive to try today
Berlin's legendary -- but embattled -- Love Parade makes a San Francisco debut. But will thousands dance to its beat?
Sex, romance, and physics at the Magic Theatre
Matterhorn Swiss Restaurant
LiLiPUT (Kill Rock Stars)
How a rare group of spotted patients and a small cadre of persistent doctors could help change the face of cancer research
The history of reggae, dub, soul, and "meggae," as told by Lee "Scratch" Perry
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