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Seven Hells of SF: The road to hell is paved with potholes

June 30, 2008
By Kat Renz Rounding the peaks. All photos by Frank Chan. View more here. "When gas is five bucks a gallon, I'm joining you!" An excellent...

Pics: Some famous faces of Pride

June 30, 2008
Yes, rainbow people turned out in bliss-tipsy droves for Pride '08, more than a million according to parade and festival organizers. Photographer Neil Motteram...

Giants: Don’t give up on us yet

June 30, 2008
Aaron Rowland Giants: Don’t give up on us yet By A.J. Hayes The San Francisco Giants may still be 10 games under .500 and play like a...

Yum! Local food party!

June 25, 2008
Munchies from Chez Panisse, Millenium, and Serpentine. Cubes of jack and cheddar from Spring Hill Cheese Company. Maybe a glass of sangiovese from Long...

The gayest wedding venue ever

June 24, 2008
By Janna Brancolini Years ago, my family and I stayed in Dupont Circle area of Washington, D.C., the famously gay neighborhood of our nation's capital....

Free Farm Stand overfloweth

June 24, 2008
Guardian videographer Ariel Soto visits the Free Farm Stand and makes some leafy new friends.

Five big stories the sportwriters missed …

June 23, 2008
… and five more we wish they’d never covered To much, too litte: Joba, Ramirz, Uggla By A.J. Hayes Like their colleagues in the hard news division,...

Hair gel and haymakers: Michael the Boxer kicks ass, buzzes heads

June 23, 2008
By Philip Eil If you think You Don’t Mess With the Zohan is just another escapist summer fantasy, think again. Ass-kicking hairstylists, unlike talking panda...

Cody’s closes, itty bitty book light in heaven goes out

June 22, 2008
So, alas, storied 50+-year-old Berkeley bookstore Cody's, firebombed in the '80s for displaying Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses, has closed rather abruptly due to flagging...

Pics: Juneteenth ’08 celebrates slavery’s end at City Hall

June 22, 2008
By Ariel Soto Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a celebration of the abolition of slavery in Texas and is recognized...

Towards Carfree Cities: San Franciscans in the house

June 19, 2008
Steven T. Jones reports from the Towards Carfree Cities conference in Portland. A Portland street corner. San Francisco has a large contingent here at the Towards...

SPORTS: Ron Hunt, baseball’s pincushion, reveals his secrets

June 18, 2008
By A.J. Hayes If anyone can relate to John Mellencamp’s hit “Hurts So Good,” it’s former San Francisco Giants second baseman Ron Hunt. While some...

More day 2 pics: Fierce gay wedding bells aflame

June 17, 2008
Guardian photographer Charles Russo reports from City Hall. Amber Weiss and Sharon Papo of Berkeley make their way to City Hall's rotunda for their marriage...

Homonuptial stories: Persian sugar cones, matching fedoras, and princess bouquets

June 17, 2008
Janna Brancolini reports from City Hall Photo by Ariel Soto At 3 pm, everyone in the City Hall rotunda erupted into cheers as two women in...

City Hall day 2 pics: Love reigns supreme

June 17, 2008
Guardian photog Ariel Soto reports from City Hall About every five minutes the air was filled with the sounds of cheering and applause as newly-wed...

Homonuptial stories: Cupcakes and a chuppa for same-sex newlyweds

June 17, 2008
Maria Denzio reports from City Hall Along with cheering demonstrators waving signs and banners of encouragement for the same-sex couples emerging from City Hall this...

Homonuptial stories: Sarah and Kristina

June 17, 2008
Maria Dinzeo reports from City Hall on some of the same-sex couples getting married today. Every couple has a different tale, and same-sex couples are...

Homonuptial stories: Marc and Charles

June 17, 2008
Maria Dinzeo reports from City Hall on some of the same-sex couples getting married today. Marc Benson and Charles Sullivan descended the City Hall...

Same-sex marriage: Supreme Court’s big “F- You”

June 17, 2008
The remarkable logic behind the historic legal decision By Melissa Griffin of sweetmelissa.typepad.com Photo by Charles Russo I am positively giddy! As of yesterday at 5...

Homonuptials: Roiling crowds on Day 1 — pics

June 17, 2008
Guardian photog Charles Russo shot the crowd outside City Hall yesterday. A newlywed prelude to Tuesday's wedding mania? Though fairly small in number, the anti-gay marriage...

The wonderful politics of gay marriage

June 17, 2008
I was listinging to Forum this morning on my way to work and although a few complete idiots called in, most of the talk...

Homonuptials: More Day 1 wedding shots

June 17, 2008
Guardian photog Ariel Soto got these shots of Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin's wedding at City Hall yesterday, as well as some of the...

Homonuptials: Phyl and Del’s wedding, as seen from outside

June 16, 2008
Hunky Beau and I hightailed it down to City Hall at 5pm today to (we hoped) catch Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin, San Francisco's...

Same-sex equality: From dongs to ding-dong-dings

June 16, 2008
OK, so this is it. This is the day I'm finally equal. No longer a "second class citizen" -- in California at least, the...