Bieber bumped in onstage scuffle in Dubai Megastar singer Justin Bieber is known for his slick dance moves onstage. But spinning away from a mash-up between security guards and a rogue fan has become the hit of his concert in Dubai. Mobile phone video popped up across the Web on Monday showing a male fan rushing toward the 19-year-old performer, who was sitting at a piano on the edge of the stage. More
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Swedish police find drugs on Bieber tour bus The latest chapter in Justin Bieber's European tour escapade was added Thursday when Swedish police said they had found drugs and a stun gun on the pop singer's bus. Lars Bystrom, spokesman for the Stockholm police, told The Associated Press a small amount of drugs and a stun gun were discovered during a search of the bus, which had been parked under the Globen concert venue in Stockholm, where Bieber was performing Wednesday. More
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 each time someone makes a film about a person with Alzheimer's disease, it is likely to break your heart all over again.
There is a built-in and invariable "plot," if you will, for any film about a person with Alzheimer's.
Pam White knew Alzheimer's before she was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's at 61:
 Pam grew into a beautiful young woman who was an actress and a model.
Pam's children, including younger son Luke and daughter Devon, work tirelessly to keep Pam's mind as active as possible.
Loved oned as strangers"The Genius of Marian" is a very personal film - the Whites are well off, and live in a beautiful home near the ocean.
Pam sits by the window at a distance, observing her family as if they're no more than strangers on a bus.
David Wiegand is The San Francisco Chronicle's executive features editor and TV critic.
In a gallery at the Chicago Art Institute, a young woman with pale bare shoulders, pearl-drop earrings and coppery-brown hair pulled into a knot pauses to look at Titian's painting of a reclining nude woman with coppery-brown hair, pearl-drop earrings and skin of the same fair hues.
At the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, a man in a blue baseball cap and blue shirt with light blue flowers leans in to take a closer look at Vincent van Gogh's famous "Irises" painting.
 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, a woman with a purse embroidered with a chimp's face and piercing eyes stands in front of Picasso's "Girl Before a Mirror" painting, where the bottom of the canvas reveals a monkeylike visage.
Nagler's office - filled with antique cameras, framed photos, art, paintings, books and ephemera - was where Hawkeyes member Whoopi Goldberg worked.
The idea for Nagler's new book, published by Heyday, came about in 2007, when he was at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and noticed people taking pictures in the galleries.
The woman suddenly but slightly twisted her torso and held her arms up behind her head, her right elbow forming a V - a pose that strangely, wonderfully, mimicked the female figures in the painting.
Mirroring elementsMany of the images are startling for the mirroring elements: A woman with a patchwork jacket and skullcap blends into Gottfried Helnwein's "Epiphany II (Adoration of the Shepherds)," and a woman with a geometric-patterned scarf looks like an extension of Ellsworth Kelly's "Cite."
Nagler's next book, "Oakland Rhapsody," released in 1995 and with a foreword by poet and novelist Ishmael Reed, portrays what Nagler calls "a beautiful city with interesting light."
'Layers of complexity'Malcolm Margolin, the publisher of Heyday books, wrote the foreword to Looking at Art and asks, What makes these photos so appealing - indeed, so transformative?
Margolin added, "There's an immediacy to these photos, a freshness of accident, a delight in the moment (and) a masterful sense of color and composition."
Greg Roden's 'Food Forward TV' advances sustainability cause
A generation of DIY food rebels has come of age in the near decade since Michael Pollan et al. sounded an alarm against the health and environmental pitfalls of the corporate food industry.
"Food Forward TV," a new PBS series beginning Thursday, will visit American small-scale farmers, raw milk iconoclasts, seed savers and cowgirls who let their cattle roam free, to highlight the agricultural activists who are working to restore a rural food economy.
Emeryville filmmaker Greg Roden spoke with The San Francisco Chronicle about the new series, which he created with Bay Area food journalist Stett Holbrook.
Farmers' markets are exploding, and the food movement, if that's what we want to call it, is really picking up speed.
Organic, sustainable, farm-to-table, locavore, grass-fed:
There are enough terms out there to make your head spin.
 most of them are more expensive than the commercial products.
Do you want to eat food grown with chemicals or not?
Organic and fresh doesn't have to be expensive if we buy a whole chicken, make soup and stock with the leftovers and make it last for several days.
Re-establish connections to people producing their food.
Go to farmers' markets, and ask the growers to explain how to cook an unfamiliar vegetable.
Meredith May is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
Doctors are expected to assess the extent of damage to Joan River’s brain Tuesday after bringing her out of a medically induced coma. The 81-year-old legendary comedian remained on a life-support machine and in serious condition Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital.