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News, The Snatch

The Snatch: Foul News on Every Street

Bad Taste Police are warning San Francisco pet owners to keep an eye out after police found nearly two dozen poisonous meatballs over the weekend, the same kind that killed a dog last summer. San Francisco Animal Control officers spent…
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Culture, Art "Melting Away": Camille Seaman Documents a Changing World

"Melting Away": Camille Seaman Documents a Changing World

For 14 years, Bay Area photographer Camille Seaman has traveled to the earth's most remote expanses of ice, and in that time — through photo exhibits, through a TED talk — she has changed the way millions of people think…
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Music, Bouncer Bouncer Breakfasts in Sin at the Pork Store

Bouncer Breakfasts in Sin at the Pork Store

A couple of weeks back I went to a barbecue thrown by evangelical Christians. If you ever have a chance to do such a thing, I highly recommend it. My younger cousin, whom I love dearly, is very devout, and…
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Film, Because We Could

Because We Could

In the beginning, there was nudity. Along a bank of the Colorado River, cradled by jutting cliffs, a community of sun-kissed river guides bathed happily in the nude. They were young and lithe; they were wild and free; they were…
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Calendar, Kid Stuff Mars Attacks!

Mars Attacks!

DAILY Tired of Disneyland? Been to the Grand Canyon? Take in a new vacation spot -- Mars. This summer, the red planet's the closest it's been to Earth in 15,000 years, and Oakland's Chabot Space & Science Center is taking…
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Culture, Stage

Curtain Calls

Laundry and Bourbon & Lone Star Plays about Texas are a genre unto themselves, obsessed with excessive heat and endless complaints about same, the consumption of prodigious amounts of alcohol and folksy chat. Their characters -- named Ray or Cletis…
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