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People ride bikes

August 25, 2008
by Amanda Witherell Record bike attendance at Outside Lands Friday night I volunteered for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition on Friday evening, valet parking bikes during...

Sports: Top ten draft-pick fizzlers

August 21, 2008
By A.J. Hayes From all indications, recently signed Giants No. 1 draft pick Buster Posey is headed to stardom. In his final season at Florida...

Stretch your hole and your mind will follow: Meet Stephen Boyer

August 18, 2008
Intrepid reporter Justin Juul hits the streets each week for our Meet Your Neighbors series, interviewing the Bay Area folks you'd like to know...

G-List: 6 laundromats that don’t suck

August 13, 2008
The G-List is a weekly list of things to do and places to go by Justin Juul As a Los Angeles transplant, I enjoy talking...

Bonds humiliates the press (again)

August 11, 2008
By A.J. Hayes Barry Bonds may not have taken a baseball swing in anger in nearly a year, but it was clear last weekend that...

Two turntables and a saxophone: Meet DJ Purple

August 11, 2008
Intrepid reporter Justin Juul hits the streets each week for our Meet Your Neighbors series, interviewing the Bay Area folks you'd like to know...

Dinosaur tattoos are the new tramp stamp: Meet Sam Kehl

August 5, 2008
Intrepid reporter Justin Juul hits the streets each week for our Meet Your Neighbors series, interviewing the Bay Area folks you'd like to know...

Aloha SF! Aloha Fest chills out — pics

August 5, 2008
By Ariel Soto Twirling hips, shaved ice and the aloha spirit filled the Precidio this weekend for the 14th Annual Aloha Festival. Hula dancers...

SPORTS: Roberto Kelly has plenty to tell the kids

August 4, 2008
By A.J. Hayes Roberto Kelly had all the ear-marks of a pre-fab Yankee Legend when he broke in with the Bronx Bombers in the late...

The best pizza? Yagottabekiddin.

August 4, 2008
Forget the truffles, Bauer ... The Chron's Michael Bauer claims to have found the six best pizza places in the Bay Area, and they...

Best of the Bay runners up!

August 4, 2008
Due to technical difficulties, aka my five-day celebratory bender, we've been unable to present the runners up in hotly contested Best of the Bay...

Puppy brutally stabbed to death

July 31, 2008
First there was this news about a horrifying "puppy mill" being busted in Los Gatos -- then we got this release. Please contact Lt....

Sports: Down for the count

July 31, 2008
By A.J. Hayes Our limited experience atop a pitching mound – and the corresponding disastrous results - precludes us from properly evaluating major league baseball...

Drive-by clowning

July 30, 2008
By Sam Devine “I sit and watch as tears go by …” –Mick Jagger It was a lovely day on Columbus Avenue in the heart of...

Shootin’ your mouth off at the Arms

July 29, 2008
By Phil Eil The Jackson Arms Shooting Range in South San Francisco has plenty of promotions. Mondays are Ladies Night (half-priced lane for ladies), Tuesdays...

Ultimate Kink Surrender (NSFW)

July 28, 2008
The wrestlers in action. I ride my bicycle past the Armory just about everyday and I’ve always wanted to get inside for a tour, particularly...

Burning, burning for you: Crucible Fire Arts Festival lights up East Bay

July 25, 2008
Guardian videographer Ariel Soto visited the Crucible's 8th Annual Fire Arts Festival (and talked to some firemen!) for SFBG TV.

Sports: Jersey Boys will be boys

July 21, 2008
By A.J. Hayes They haven’t been teammates since Jimmy Carter’s swansong year in the White House, but when John “The Count” Montefusco and Ed...

Sports: The Giants’ quiet hex

July 15, 2008
Eddie Grant, swinging from the heels in the pre-hex days By A.J. Hayes When compared to other noted sports hexes - notably, the Chicago’s “Billy Goat...

Dolores Park mini guitar hero

July 14, 2008
By Phil Eil For those of you who declined invitations to Dolores Park on Saturday: Don’t worry, you didn’t miss much. It was the usual...

Old Skool Cafe Gospel Brunch gives back

July 10, 2008
Guardian videographer Ariel Soto visited the Old Skool Cafe Gospel Brunch at Farmer Brown restaurant, and really enjoyed the bacon.

Lincecum strikes out SJ jinx

July 10, 2008
By A.J. Hayes For Tim Lincecum’s sake lets hope that there’s some validity to the phrase "What you don't know, can't hurt you." After...

Pics: Fillmore Jazz Festival saxes up the art stalls

July 7, 2008
By Ariel Soto The syncopated sounds of the Fillmore Jazz Festival made their way through the huge crowd this 4th of July weekend. The...

Video: San Francisco Bicycle Music Festival 2008

July 1, 2008
Guardian videographers Rhyen Coombs and Eric Zassenhaus reported from the Bicycle Music Fest on June 21.