Once a month, alternative porn studio Kink.com opens the doors of its giant brick fortress to free public tours. No, visitors don't get to watch any sex scenes in action. But they do get to explore the intersection of an authentically antique interior with fabricated dank, dark sets. Photos by Bonnie Ruberg.
Scores of Bay Area CouchSurfers - folks who travel the world from couch to couch and offer their own futons up to like-minded folk - descended upon Golden Gate Park Saturday to swap stories and eat crepes. Photos by Hanna Quevedo.
On August 17, 1905, an unknown man wearing driving goggles on his face and feedbags over his boots leaped, screaming, from a tree and into Bay Area lore. Over the weekend, a band of eccentrics journeyed to Hillsborough to plant a plaque in his honor. Photos by Joe Eskenazi.
CuriousJosh left the L.A. underground last week to head to the Playa for Burning Man. See more photos in "CuriousJosh: Scenes from Burning Man 2011" and "CuriousJosh: Art and Art Cars at Burning Man 2011." For photos from years past, see "The Best of Burning Man."
BaconCamp was a well-organized and smoothly run event that simultaneously demonstrated just how much of a high bacon is currently on in terms of popularity and how far people are able to stretch one culinary theme. Photos by Tamara Palmer.
A throwback to elementary school social studies, wigwams are comparable to igloos but composed of foliage and animal skins. In a venue with disco balls, antique lamps and chandeliers, the correlation between wigwams and Triple Crown could not be any more random; they are polar opposites. But...
In real life, people are always fighting to preserve the beauty of San Francisco, but through the magic of the silver screen we can get the slightly wrong thrill of watching it get messed with just a little bit. We don't really want the Golden Gate Bridge to explode, crumble, or be swarmed by...