January 31 – February 6, 2007
Editorial: Newsom's a mess - but the sex scandal isn't the real problem
Manufactured Landscapes (Jennifer Baichwal, Canada). Easily the best film at Sundance, this moving portrait of Edward Burtynsky's photographs shakes your views on the progress...
Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
After photos of American soldiers humiliating and torturing Iraqis at Abu Ghraib went public in April 2004,...
Trinity Irish Dance Company
Remember when Irish dancing had its pop culture zeitgeist, circa Riverdance? The costumes and hair may be...
At first I was going to use the most sprawling hyphenate ever coined in music journalism history to describe...
“Arts of Pacific Asia Show”
The “Arts of Pacific Asia Show” sells art and accessories from 85 of the top...
“Is Heaven Any Sweeter”
Thanks to Paul Mullins's skill with ink and acrylics, images of sad dogs become something more...
Save Darfur Tour
Songs have been influenced by it, MTV campaigned for it, and Angelina Jolie has done everything short of...
Storytelling makes for gripping theater in Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman
Inverse exotica, bluegrass oasis
While sipping my way through a barrel tasting last week, I came across something of a novelty: a California chardonnay port. White port isn't...
Lil Wayne and Chamillionaire give the gift of mix
Des Ark's Aimee Argote has it bad that's why her band sounds so good
The band's latest takes it darker
Werner Herzog's The Wild Blue Yonder trips out
A chat with Werner Herzog
Taking it all in at Bohemian Carnival
Who would have thought that the column with the letter from the guy who was contemputf8g gluing his dick shut to spare...
Falsely infutf8g reputations -- and the Indian divide
After same-sex marriage, Gavin's buns are empty
Are the Bay Area's two big newspaper barons planning to carve up the region and end competition? We're about to find out.