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By SFS Staff (Mar 22, 2005)
One Market has long been one of the most reliable expense account restaurants in town, outfitted with a touch of mid-90s hotel lobby décor and a fairly predictable menu: rich California cuisine for those with rich pockets. While the menu remains pricey, chef Mark Dommen (new as of 2005) makes the price seem more worthwhile with his expert handling of One Market's giant larder. More »
Highlights
By SFS Staff (Mar 15, 2005)
To make sense of the madness at the festival, SF Station sent our reviewers to report back on some little-hyped hits you may otherwise overlook as well as some misses with interesting titles you may want to think twice about. More »
Critics' Picks
By SFS Staff (Mar 15, 2005)
To make sense of the madness at the festival, SF Station sent our reviewers to report back on some little-hyped hits you may otherwise overlook as well as some misses with interesting titles you may want to think twice about. More »
Our Critics' Pick the Worthy and Unworthy From This Year's Nominees
By SFS Staff (Jan 24, 2005)
Last year was a pretty good year for movies. There was the good (e.g. 'Million Dollar Baby') and the bad (e.g.' Van Helsing'). On February 27th, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will award their choices for the winners of Best Picture, Best Actor/Actress in a Leading Role, etc. as Chris Rock throws it down. Of course, it has been proven many times that the venerable Academy has bad taste, as is indicated by their predictable record of overlooking standout performances/films, robbing actors of their due and generally upholding the status quo of Hollywood's less-than-average standards. More »
By SFS Staff (Nov 31, 2004)
1. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon This sensitive novel is so convincing it will make you question whether or not you're autistic. That's a good thing. More »
The Countdown
By SFS Staff (Nov 31, 2004)
SF Station's music critics pick the best albums and/or Artists of 2004. Here is a look at the best in music the last twelve months had to offer (in their humble opinion): More »
The Short-List
By SFS Staff (Nov 31, 2004)
SF Station's critics take a look at the year in films. Below are our picks of the best -- and worst -- in movies and the most notable performances of 2004. The lists include controversial documentaries that color-coded a country between blue and red, quiet independent films with piercing impacts on audiences and foreign films with universal messages. A unifying motif? -- Amidst the epic, big-budget flicks that Hollywood churned out this year, smaller films with even smaller payrolls won out. Without further ado, here are our picks…* More »
Dana Gioia's Disappearing Ink
By SFS Staff (Oct 29, 2004)
As you might expect from a writer who has served as a top marketer for a giant food corporation and is now chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, Sonoma County poet Dana Gioia examines his craft and the role of poetry not as rarified literature but as a dynamic part of the American cultural conversation. More »
A Little Something for Everyone
By SFS Staff (Oct 26, 2004)
Every year the gallery at San Francisco State University organizes and mounts four exhibitions. This season's offering is the Stillwell Student Show, a selection of 60 undergraduate art student works chosen through a jury process by the Exhibition Design students. The work of nine graduate students as well as a display of personal effects of the show's namesake, Leo Stillwel More »
Fresh and affordable basic guides for every cook or wannabe cook
By SFS Staff (Oct 19, 2004)
Wedding season is almost upon us. That means couples will be setting up house, trying out new appliances, nesting, and possibly even cooking dinners. Anyone setting up a household, coupled or not, should consider acquiring a basic cookbook as a reference--something they can return to now and again to clarify, learn something new--to act as a guide through unfamiliar territory. More »
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