In my travels last week through the magical land of Tequila, Mexico, I tasted, yes, a ridiculous amount of tequila from a wide range...
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Destroy All Movies!!! traces punks -- and their general like -- on film
Adam Theis and the Jazz Mafia celebrate a decade on the books
Fair Enough breaks through concert projection clichés to bring vision to Nosaj Thing's sound
Hairy Eyeball: Ryan McGinley adds animalia to his youth portraiture in a new show at Ratio 3, while Samara Halperin is building a miniature Coney Island at Southern Exposure
Kelly Reichardt visits Pacific Film Archive for a weekend retrospective
"New Italian Cinema" spotlights Ferzan Ozpetek
Danny Boyle's latest (127 Hours starring James Franco) is, as always, a change of pace
Germany's Tensnake reps the new European wave of history-shuffling, ambitiously funky dance music. Plus: It's Ambrosia Salad's doble quinceañera!
Amid a blizzard of trendy pizzerias, this longtime family favorite in West Portal holds its own
AXIS/inkBoat's ODD creates physical landscapes
Hubbard Street Dance brings heavenly lightness and deep emotion to the stage
High-fiving the Giants and flying out to Lee Hou
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Marc Maron takes comedy from podcast to the stage, and faces the music
SF progressives didn't do as well at the polls as in the last few election cycles, but it could have been worse
The stakes are too high and crises too extreme to accept "moderate" accommodation
Disappointed by the lenient sentence, Grant supporters vow to continue fighting for justice
Can the left win, or will egos and infighting turn this into a huge missed opportunity?
One of the little-noticed facts about this supervisorial election is that the majority of the members of the next Board of Supervisors will be either Asian or gay
Here are some basic ground rules for the next two months