Cinco de Mayo is nearly here, and you know what that means: time to stock up on fine tequilas, kick up your heels, and...
Sandra Bernhard goes off wonderfully. Plus: Queensday, Devotion, and a goth-industrial bacchanal
Aesthetics matter. Beyond quality recipes, fine photography and presentation can make one cocktail recipe book stand out over another. Whether you are a cocktailian...
Plus, pasta pennings from San Francisco's past
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SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE, SEAT 6
It's rare to see an open seat on the Superior Court; judges typically retire midterm and allow the governor...
PROPOSITION A SCHOOL FACILITIES SPECIAL TAX YES This measure would extend a 1990 parcel tax that expires in 2010 by another 20 years, keeping...
PROPOSITION 13 LIMITS ON PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT FOR SEISMIC RETROFITS YES The primary sponsor of Prop. 13 is Republican Sen. Roy Ashburn, who dominated...
Editor's note: the file below contains a correction, updated May 5 2010.
U.S. SENATE, DEMOCRAT
The Republican Party is targeting this race as one...
New ways of seeing and the presence of Morris Graves
John Carpenter-directed biopic Elvis resurfaces
Thrillpeddlers takes its revivalism seriously, in Spandex
A car collision sparks a relationship in the uneven An Accident
Growing tries on new sounds and stumbles to the dance floor
In Dame Hooker's DVD doc Land of the Homicide, commentators become victims of the violence they describe
B.o.B and an era of hip-hop that's pop, pop, and more pop
The wit and wisdom — and sweet and scary melodies — of Baby Dee
Propaganda meets parody in The Juche Idea
A sleek sushi joint boasting striking combinations and an early adopter fanbase
Weathering a "soccer jaw" -- and diving into duck flautas at Chilango
Catching up — and falling out — with the Harlem Globetrotters
Paul Addis, fresh from a prison stint for attacking Burning Man's icon, returns to a San Francisco stage
When the real estate bubble burst, tenants saw their jobs disappear and incomes drop - but rents remained at record high levels
Mayor Newsom wants to be sure the lowest-paid folks get their share of the hurt