Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

  • [X]Hugh Hefner
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

Culture, The Exhibitionist Bettie Page Reveals All: Pin-Up Legend In Her Own Words

Bettie Page Reveals All: Pin-Up Legend In Her Own Words

For decades, Bettie Page (1923-2008) was a legend -- only, she didn't know it. Around 1957, the pin-up and nudie-cutie queen disappeared without a trace. All kinds of rumors circulated, including greatly exaggerated reports of her death. When Bettie…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

Muni's Absurd Plan Reader is curious why this story isn't bigger news: What a debacle and waste of taxpayer money . And why is Eskenazi the only investigative reporter in this entire town? The Chronicle…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, The Exhibitionist Playboy Hugh Hefner Sticks His Hands in <em>Pandora's Box</em>

Playboy Hugh Hefner Sticks His Hands in Pandora's Box

When Angela Holm attended the San Francisco Silent Film Festival (SFSFF) years ago, she became totally hooked on the genre. "I love the mystery of them," she said. "They're so sophisticated and beautiful with no digital effects or dialogue. And…
@The Exhibitionist  Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Calendar, Night&Day "The Bodies Are Back"

"The Bodies Are Back"

If you've always wondered how an influential feminist art show from the 1970s would read if it were suddenly transposed to a contemporary gallery, here's your chance to find out. Intersection for the Arts is hosting Margaret Harrison's "The Bodies…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Art Margaret Harrison's "The Bodies Are Back" hits where it hurts

Margaret Harrison's "The Bodies Are Back" hits where it hurts

If you've always wondered how an influential feminist art show from the 1970s would read if it were suddenly transposed to a contemporary gallery, here's your chance to find out. Intersection for the Arts is hosting Margaret Harrison's "The Bodies…
Tags: , , , , ,
Culture, Stuff What, Them Worry?

What, Them Worry?

Let's get this out of the way right now, because so many of you will find this hard to believe: Yes, Mad magazine still exists. It is still being published 48 years after it was created by Harvey Kurtzman and…
Tags: , , , , ,