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If you want proof that Washington, D.C. is hardwired for Republicanism, ask yourself this: What would be the response if a Democratic president talked about... [Read More]
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  Treasure Island is going through a transitional phase so massive that its eponymous music festival had to take a hiatus. (It will emerge at... [Read More]
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On Sunday, fetish-themed SoMa cafe Wicked Grounds announced that it had closed for regular business the evening before. Expecting a few calls and emails from... [Read More]
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January 2013 was a notable month. Lance Armstrong admitted to doping. Pres. Obama was sworn in for a second term. Ryan Coogler's Fruitvale Station won... [Read More]
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Rather than plummet down the rabbit hole of fast casual's virtues and vices once again, let's just acknowledge a sub-trend. Michelin-starred chefs who open smaller,... [Read More]
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Although it spawned an entire universe of films and cultural arcana, Star Trek's original series only made it through two-and-a-half seasons before NBC pulled the... [Read More]
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Having moved four times in its 31-year history, the Cartoon Art Museum is a plucky, battle-tested institution. After a two-year hiatus, the museum officially came... [Read More]
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   Last week, eight former employees of Four Barrel Coffee sued the company and its founder, Jeremy Tooker, for sexual misconduct and for tolerating a... [Read More]
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As the U.S. Senate comes back in session with a Republican majority that's one-third slimmer than it was in 2017, one thing is still clear:... [Read More]
In a very brief email worded almost as tersely as a telegram, Frjtz (590 Valencia St.) announced that its last day of service will be... [Read More]
In a post on its site today, kink- and fetish-centric SoMa cafe Wicked Grounds announced its closure — effective yesterday, Saturday, Jan. 6. No specific... [Read More]
Demand for Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's Trump White House tell-all is so high that bookstores around the country can't keep it in stock. Washington,... [Read More]
Next month's 26th Noise Pop Festival (Feb, 19-25) has already announced plenty of terrific acts, like Tune-Yards, Built to Spill, Parquet Courts, and S.F.'s own... [Read More]
Although Tom Hardy's Star Wars: The Last Jedi cameo was cut — he was to portray a Stormtrooper with a Southern drawl who recognizes Finn — San... [Read More]
Fran Lebowitz suffers from one of the worst-documented cases of writer's block (or "writer's blockade") but the celebrated tosser-offer of bon mots and other witticisms has... [Read More]
In light of last evening's catastrophic 7.8 earthquake that caused widespread structural collapses and power outages across the Bay Area, with major injuries — just... [Read More]
Let us enjoy this brief window early in the year when it's still theoretically possible to believe 2018 won't leave us feeling dispirited and pessimistic... [Read More]
"The one constant we labored under was that everything had to be bar food," Lazy Bear chef and co-owner David Barzelay says of True Laurel,... [Read More]
"I got 10,000 letters from people," comic Louie Anderson says about the reaction to the traumatic scenes in his 1989 memoir Dear Dad: Letters from... [Read More]
Valencia Street just keeps falling. Late 2017 brought a wave of moderate-to-high-profile closures in year-old contemporary Indian restaurant Babu Ji and Farina Pizza, the latter... [Read More]
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