Features: SF's Most Annoying
Clinton Fein of annoy.com, the website with the intent to annoy. Plus, The Metropolitan's annual 50 Most Annoying List.
Pay to Play: Lawlessness has a price in this city.
Millie's Map: Millie searches for signs of life and luggage at San Francisco airport.
Job Interview: Bobby Cobby's owl memorabilia collection masquerades as a corner bar.
The Havana Desk: Dangerous criminals disguised as Jewish grandparents.
Weight Is No Matter: They may appear rickety, but David Chapman's sculptural furniture pieces can bear the weight.
What Does Belgium Have to Do With Us?: Heidi Pollock on the true sole of SF.
Stellar Stovepipes: Hats from another galaxy.
Grand Style: Clothing for the adept.
Two-Toned Director: Quentin Tarantino talks about his affinity for black culture and takes Jackie Brown moment by moment.
Rosy-Fingered Donnas: Can The Donnas, the all-girl band from Palo Alto, be the next great rock band?
On the Town: Where the chill hangout for post-ravers is at.
Eerie Shades of 'Close Encounters': The rule at Flying Saucer seems to be that each entree must include at least one tower.
Hot Love in Pursuit: Chris Kraus in her first literary endeavor, I Love Dick, compiled 200 love letters addressed to her husband's colleague 'Dick.'
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