10/3 CUESA 8th Annual Sunday Supper Fundraiser -- CUESA (The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture), which runs the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market,...
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THE SEX ISSUE: Our favorite sleazy, easy, and just plain sexy people, places, and things in San Francisco
Sounds Like Teen Spirit: A Popumentary brings garish joy to the new International Children's Film Festival
Marin Theatre enlivens the first entry in Tarell Alvin McCraney's Brother/Sister trilogy
Shaun O'Dell moves from sight to sound with Sword and Sandals and WR/DS
Mount Kimbie crafts analog/digital songs for grottos or spaceships
Glitch pioneer Fennesz surfs from sun-dappled shallows into darker water
An interview with the Howl star
Howl gives a glimpse of tumultuous times -- but is it fair to Ginsberg? Plus, an interview with actor James Franco about his leading role
Revisiting Robert Gardner's polarizing ethnographic films
Chain-chain-chains: Folsom Street Fair parties, Public Works opening, Horse Meat Disco, Black Milk, Flying Lotus, Carl Craig, Mary Anne Hobbs, Kyle Hall, and a ton more nightlife
The Castro/Noe Valley district offers the sharpest contrasts between candidates — and is getting the least attention
Despite its European pedigree, this Potrero Hill newbie scores with excellent Mexican fare
Dana Lawton and Jia Wu kick off the dance season with a strong program
Dear Andrea:My girlfriend and I have been talking about fisting (vaginal). She wants to do it to me. I'm interested, I guess, but it...
Grab your knife and prepare to gorge on Shannon O'Malley's apocalypse cakes
Labor strife at the Hotel Frank follows its namesake's sullied reputation
Clowns, meat-eating girlfriends of tank aerators, and Rafael's Shutter Café
You wouldn't know Prop. B has anything to do with children's health care because proponents don't want you to know the true costs
Why one Chronicle columnist can do fundraisers and one can't
The utility won't release its pipeline locations — even to the Fire Department — but we managed find the info
The city needs to be moving on every front to find out exactly where all of PG&E's hazardous infrastructure is