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10/11/2012

Ten thousand years from now, when urban archaeologists start searching for the origins of gentrified life in the Mission district, they’d be wise to... More»

10/4/2012

Sure, this year’s Mill Valley Film Festival (Oct. 4-14) has its usual share of prerelease peeks at... More»

9/26/2012

The good folks at the Clay Theater (please don’t... More»

9/14/2012

In a rustic-chic space in Hayes Valley, Coi veterans Evan and Sarah Rich have opened a new... More»

9/4/2012

This month, five years since the publication of his last novel, the genre-defying Pulitzer Prize–winner Michael Chabon charts his most exotic... More»

9/4/2012

WINNER: Beast and the Hare MEAT AND METHOD: Pork from Stone Valley Farms smoked over apple wood for two hours... More»

Eliot Peper's first novel Uncommon Stock
3/5/2014

Literature and technology are not on speaking terms. They don't go to same parties or have the same friends. Technology dines at Alta CA. Literature goes to... More»

8/22/2013

San Francisco’s resident funnyman, Robin Williams, returns to his wacky-sitcom roots this month as part of a father-daughter... More»

7/20/2012

      Visiting Chris Fraser at his studio at Real Time and Space, an artists’ residency program in downtown... More»

7/16/2012

You could call this pretty dish at the new Central Kitchen a glorified ham plate. Or you could call it a taste of the continuing... More»

6/20/2012

6/21 Thursday, Chico Trujillo Chile’s most prominent Cumbia band (think mariachi, salsa, and a little hip hop all wrapped into... More»

6/5/2012

Nick Waterhouse, Wednesday 6/6 If you find yourself religiously attending Elbo Room’s Saturday night... More»