Filmmaker Lise Swenson has made a career out of asking questions — to make “Mission Movie” in 2004 and in her two residencies at the de Young Museum. In Swenson’s current run as the de Young’s filmmaker-in-residence, her 90 video interviews of artists featured at the museum, including Andy Goldsworthy, Ann Marie Sayers, Meklit Hadero […]
We love the smell of spray paint at 6 in the morning.
“Oh my God!” I screamed, without even thinking. “Your nuts! They’re gonna shrink!”
The conditions Latino ballplayers face when they come to the “Grandes Ligas.”
The young want to be left alone, the adults want to go to sleep! En Español
Bobblehead guarantees victory. En Español
Giants 10, Marlins 9. Last game of the series today at 12:45 p.m.
New stadiums bring new money to baseball owners. When the rubes from Wall Street strutted into town in 1959, they expected a big new stadium. They got one – stuck in one of the worst places on Earth to play baseball. Game 2 ended with Padres 5, Giants 2.En Español
The first game of organized baseball played in California was played near 16th and Harrison. The score: 33 to 33. Tonight Zito can’t find home plate so it’s doubtful we’ll see many runs.
The vendors came across as slightly more dour, and anxious, than their proposed regulators.
Few headlines warrant an outburst from me, but the Eater’s scoop that Yat’s New Orleans Original Po Boys is moving to the Bayview brought out a despaired “Noooo!” It’s great the fried seafood and fried turkey slinging eatery will be able to move into a dedicated storefront, but 4800 Third Street is so far away. […]
Obama’s stance on asylum may help Guatemalan rape victim stay in the United States.
Kids’ street art, Fil-Am Heritage Month, and more.
Free tennis lessons anyone? By VERONICA MOSCOSO
A Mission-based artist explores the idea of “home” by opening up her house.