Bikes

The street fight over bicycles, in NYC and SF

A few weeks ago Wall Street Journal editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz inflamed the contentious street fight over urban cycling in America. Decrying bicyclists...

Film Listings and Reviews

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Dennis Harvey, Lynn Rapoport, and Sara Maria Vizcarrondo. For rep house showtimes, see...

Polo in the park

SubZERO robots, late-night basketball, plastic mallets, and bikes for horses: a day in the life of Jose Coronado Playground

Film listings

Film listings are edited by Cheryl Eddy. Reviewers are Kimberly Chun, Dennis Harvey, Lynn Rapoport, and Sara Maria Vizcarrondo. For rep house showtimes, see...

True tales, Shakespeare, interns, and more: new movies (plus DocFest)!

The 12th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival kicked off last night with a screening of Spark: A Burning Man Story (even if you missed...

Reactionaries hate bicycles

After perusing a rather bizarre Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal the other day on the issue of bicycles as instruments of totalitarianism and...

The incoherence of the American right

According to the American Right, circa now, the following are truisms:The bias in the liberal media is crippling the valiant patriot but to re-implement...

The meaning of Manning

What to take from SF Pride's bumblings and shut-outs? Maybe we're not so equal, after all

The zero-sum future

We can switch from cars to bikes, now. Or we can leave our kids a climate-change disaster

Parking breaks

Supervisors and angry citizens fail to deter the SFMTA from managing on-street parking

Bike hot spots

Cycling in San Francisco is only as safe as its weakest links. Here are a few spots that need attention

Property resistance in the Bay and beyond

In 2004, Hannah Dobbz climbed up the drainpipe of an abandoned building in Emeryville and disappeared through a broken window. Outside, her friends waited...

CycleSF event canceled, but RecPark gets paid anyway

Bicycling around San Francisco has become increasingly popular with both residents and tourists, but apparently that doesn't mean people want to pay $40-75 for...

Our Weekly Picks: March 6-12

WEDNESDAY 6Sixth Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show These days, every smartphone-toting amateur can create his or her own hazy vignette to remind us...

Sunday Streets hits the Embarcadero March 10

We love the ocean breezes of Sunday Streets Great Highway, the jampacked activities of Sunday Streets Mission, the general feeling of being on the...

SF’s cycling yogis, beware

As a regular yoga practitioner in San Francisco at a couple different studios, I was already aware that classes are especially full these days,...

Proposal to raze I-280 linked to train and real estate deals

It's a bold idea, discussed for years behind closed doors and recently announced in a strangely understated and pro-growth way: Tear down the last...

Enter to win a Jamis commuter bike from Market Street Cycles!

Have five minutes to kill?Help out the Guardian by answering a few questions and automatically be entered to win one of two Jamis commuter...

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Fell/Oak bike lane project appealed

Long-awaited bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Fell and Oak streets – a key east-west connection where fast-moving cars create sometimes-scary conditions for cyclists –...

Hot sexy events: Queer calendars, hot bikes, and Dita

Orientalism to-do aside (who does she think she is, Gwen Stefani?), making eye contact with Dita Von Teese for an extended period of time...

Life’s a gas

Nightlife: Waiting to exhale with ASC, Starkey, Mount Kimbie, Rarebits, Maya Jane Cole, more

The displaced businesses

There's a downside to the real-estate boom on Market Street

The rescuer

'Gigli' is forgiven: 70s thriller 'Argo' is Ben Affleck's best yet