Sellout Crowds: The Transformation of Our Ballparks Mirrors the Transformation of Our City

In 1992, Tony Buhner became an honest man. And it was almost…

    Wed Jul 9th, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Your Money Is Covered in Drugs!: Feds Can Declare a Load of Cash Forfeit Without Ever Proving a Link to Drugs

The cross-country flight from Newark had just touched down at San Francisco…

    Wed Jul 9th, 2014 4:00am By Chris Roberts

Cultureball: The Problem with Heritage Nights

The Giants' “Native American Heritage Night” June 23 certainly came with the…

    Wed Jul 9th, 2014 4:00am By Rachel Swan

Schrodinger's Dump: A Jury Verdict Reveals That Garbage Can Be Simultaneously in and Not in a Landfill

Waste-collection is a dirty racket. As Rodney Dangerfield's character puts it in…

    Wed Jul 9th, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Imports & Domestics: San Francisco Might Have to Kill Its 1971 Ban on Car-Dwelling

Utah-born entrepreneur Austen Allred became something of a local folk hero last…

    Wed Jul 9th, 2014 4:00am By Rachel Swan

Windfall Downfall: Politicos and Backers Promise Windfalls for Cities That Host “Mega-Events,” but the Numbers Aren't There

• A study of 25 years of Major League Baseball All-Star Games…

    Thu Jul 3rd, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

A King's Ransom: Even Royalty Can't Pay the Rent in San Francisco These Days

Most San Franciscans' knowledge of the nation called Tonga begins and ends…

    Wed Jul 2nd, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Freak Occurrences: We Can't Understand Tim Lincecum. But We Can Appreciate Him

Baseball is a funny game. More than any American sport, it can…

    Wed Jul 2nd, 2014 4:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Recent Openers July 2-8, 2014

Aveline: Casey Thompson's (Top Chef) new spot in the Warwick hotel features…

    Wed Jul 2nd, 2014 4:00am By Staff, SF Weekly

SF Weekly Letters July 2-8, 2014

Follow the Rainbow Be selective in language choices when dealing with queer…