Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’
Three of San Francisco’s coffee institutions have been named among the nation’s best.
After announcing it would close at the end of April, legendary Le Video will remain open.
SEIU Local 1021′s minimum wage plan looks headed for a ballot clash with one from Mayor Lee.
SF weather has been so mellow that the National Weather Service said the last time any substantial rain fell was on April 4.
Joe Montana ripped the city of San Francisco for making “a terrible effort” to keep the team in The City.
After severe backlash, startup tech guy Peter Shih apologizes for his “idiotic and childish” blog post about San Francisco.
The “High Jumper Bandits” and the “Up Close Bandit” have combined to rob a half-dozen banks in San Francisco.
Former Supervisor Ed Jew — convicted of bribery and extortion during his brief time in office — is out of federal prison.
A bicyclist who hit and killed an elderly man as he walked through a crosswalk will avoid any jail time in a plea deal.
Legions of harried commuters will get a Fourth of July break, but revelers seeking fireworks may be stymied by traffic.
An “excessive heat warning” stays in place inland through Wednesday, though a marine layer is cooling down the coast.
It’s going to be hot this weekend. If you want to avoid the heat, stay in San Francisco or remain along the coast.
A study by the American College of Sports Medicine ranks the Bay Area as the fourth healthiest region in the United States.
This fall’s San Francisco voter guide will swell to whopping 500 pages and cost an estimated $1.8 million to print.
While numerous California cities have been hit hard by the effects of the recession, the Bay Area seems to be bouncing back just fine.
An eight-year struggle to build a skatepark under the Central Freeway in SOMA is finally coming to fruition.
Residents across the Bay have a glass-half-empty view when it comes to how their city is being run.
The City is finally ready to put money in the pockets of the 46 homeowners and businesses flooded with rain and sewage in 2003 and 2004.
Amid more protest and debate, CCSF trustees signed off on a report detailing changes made at the troubled school.
A new app allows iPhone users to stream live video of any public space, any time from anywhere.
This week The City was all about a different type of awards ceremony — one that handed out bronze Piggy Awards.
One hundred years ago this month, the lights went out at midnight and thousands of revelers mourned the passing of the “Paris of America.”
San Francisco tied L.A. for second place on a list detailing U.S. cities with the worst traffic.
The City received a letter from the U.S. Olympic Committee to gauge its interest in hosting the 2024 games.
Because of The City’s lack of low-income housing, 47 percent of ex-offenders are left to live on the streets.
As if San Francisco housing and gas prices weren’t enough, BART officials proposed fare and parking increases this week.
Open up your wallets, because funding for the international sailing competition has fallen $20 million short.
A report released Tuesday indicates that Silicon Valley is not only returning, but exceeding the heyday of dot-com boom job growth.
Concerned CCSF faculty, staff and students are meeting tonight at City College’s Mission Campus on Valencia to help rescue public higher education in San Francisco.
Recent concerns raised about San Francisco’s renewable energy program, CleanPowerSF, shows that going green isn’t always easy — or cheap.
Bay to Breakers organizers are scrambling to find a new sponsor after Zazzle pulled its funding from the infamous event.
SFMTA slaps a hefty $200 million price tag on their ambitious new bike plans.
Vanilla the cat — thought long-gone from Sausalito eight years ago — was reunited with his owners in San Francisco.
The Chinatown Neighborhood Association is suing the state of California for its shark fin ban, arguing that it unfairly attacks Chinese culture.
Willie Brown is no Michael Bauer, but he knows his pickle jars and a “good” burger when he sees one.