March 25 – March 31, 2009
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned -- who cares about psychological realism?
Sign of the lean times? Misanthropes reign at Berkeley Rep and Cutting Ball
Jess Curtis/Gravity and skin's sculptural temptations
South by Southwest redux: Sparking with PJ Harvey, Metallica, codpieces, and buffalo checks
Behold the blissful motorik and cryptic theatrics of Bronze
The hipster and the hip-replaced come together at the Switchboard Fest
Parenthetical Girls tap into the tingle of Entanglements
Ben Rivers' short films at Other Cinema and SF Cinematheque seek out overgrown paths
Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa strange arc toward Tokyo Sonata
The velvet mafia's gonna kill me: GayVNs, Devotion, Look Out Weekend, and more nightlife
More than just bar food -- memorable, eclectic, and priced for value
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The Burrito Shop in Oakland
I've always wanted to have a threesome and my wife is willing, but she would prefer to do it with her first boyfriend. At...
A strange string of art thefts hits local galleries -- is the once exploding market to blame?
Civil liberties defense groups say recent animal activist arrests are bad news for free speech
As the ax falls at the Chronicle, observers ponder whether a MediaNews cure could be worse than the disease
Diesel exhaust from old idling vehicles has created a serious public health threat
Food-and-drink spots, deals, events and news
In some cases, women were charged more than 50 percent more and as much as 140 percent more - for identical health plans.
Obama specifically stated that the FMAP cash should prevent a loss of services, somehow, Mayor Gavin Newsom doesn't see it that way
If the Times was in such dire financial straights that it had to fire half its staff, like the Chron, I'd be joining the national uproar.
Two Harold Pinter domestic dramas, if so prosaic a term can apply to the psychological warfare underway in them
The grueling lives of five female dancers making their careers in present-day, post-Soviet Russia