Bourbon Street by the Bay

A live-music nut is bringing a New Orleans institution to the Mission. Read More »

Eat and Drink

Famished: The Best Things I've Eaten This Week

Alfred's Steakhouse, The Great Meat Cookbook and more beefiness. Read More »

Galleries and Performance

Decoding Chinese Calligraphy at the Asian Art Museum

Starting October 5, a new exhibition celebrates an ancient writing form and art. Read More »


Best Five Documentaries at the Mill Valley Film Festival: Local-Heroes Edition

Here's what not to miss at this month's annual movie fest.  Read More »

Clubs and Bars

The City Gets a New Kind of Dive Bar

From the Hi Lo Club to Hogan's Goat Tavern, these bars are sketchy looking and fancy drinking. Read More »

Museum-worthy rides roll into San Francisco

Just remember: please don't ride the art. Read More »

City Life

Navigating SF's Most Insane Weekend Ever

The October 5th weekend promises much fanfare—and gridlock. Read More »

Tech World

Rush Limbaugh goes after San Francisco magazine

The far-right radio host responds to our "How Much Tech Can One City Take" story Read More »

Tech World

How Much Tech Can One City Take?

Shaken by the latest digital gold rush, San Francisco struggles for its soul. Read More »

7 Questions for K.Flay

 Local lyricist and producer K.Flay, who just released her second LP, Eyes Shut, and has been tearing up the road on tour, is finally back in town for her first performance at Treasure Island Music Festival. She took a moment out of her hectic schedule to entertain us with her... Read More »

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