March 21 – March 27, 2007
If I have an Achilles heel when it comes to dining out, it is a persistent inability to make up my mind about the...
“Cinematic San Francisco:
Amateur and Home Movie Histories”
Sometimes funny, often humiliating, and always meaningful, home movies are an important part of...
Leslie and the LY’s
If record executives ever suggested that plump performers like Martha Wash were meant to be heard and...
Elvis Perkins in Dearland
If Fat Tuesday is about masquerading in costume, then Ash Wednesday reminds us that without these adornments,...
Bittersweet 16: A Fundraiser
for Kitchen Sink Magazine
After four superlative years, the award-winning quarterly will soon vanish from newsstands, a bankrupt...
A question for the fuzz-lovin' folks in Montreal's Besnard Lakes: why the humility? You unleash 45 mind-frying minutes of...
Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be another talented mystical voice on the modern songwriter scene, along comes Amy...
Glorifying the ultimate taboo with sleazy glee
Ever felt like a cockroach in love with a butterfly? Federico García Lorca explored such feelings in his first...
The big housing lie: two-thirds of new SF housing is being built for very rich people who don't live here. In the Politics Blog
SF Playhouse's Jesus Hopped the "A" Train is right on time
The lovelorn and literate sounds of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone
The French duo ride a wave of synths and hype
El-P reframes the postunderground hip-hop paradigm with I'll Sleep When You're Dead
Where's the thrashin' at?
With The Locust Years, Hammers of Misfortune lean a heavy, hobnailed boot on the tender throat of commercial rock and take protest music to a new level
John Malkovich turns on the smarm as a genius imposter
Can they remake the totally tubular original?
I'm in my first sexual relationship. There's been a lot of lovely hand- and mouth-action, but no penis-vagina intercourse because I can't...
Protests are mostly peaceful for anniversary of Iraq invasion