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San Francisco's oldest gay bar may be saved and relocated using a model that kept another gay bar in The City from closing last year, a supervisor's office said.
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey took the Outside Lands opportunity to offer a little history lesson to millennials.
San Francisco tourists and residents who want to learn more about Muni’s past should head to the Kirkland bus yard near Fisherman’s Wharf.
Next month, dine like Al Capone with an Alcatraz-inspired dinner menu at Eclipse restaurant.
Why do we celebrate Independence Day on the fourth day of July? History provides a few contenders.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of Alcatraz's closing and the island has some special treats in store for visitors.
The Historic Preservation Commission will vote this week on making the Duboce Park neighborhood a historic landmark.
Despite sky-high rental prices, San Francisco is being heralded as a paragon of affordable housing.
There are plenty of things you might expect to see washed up on Ocean Beach. A century-old tombstone isn't one of them.
Mayor Ed Lee announced funding has been found to freshen Coit Tower and its iconic frescoes.
200 Dolores Street has definitely seen better days. Though it’s an eyesore now, it's embarking on a transformational makeover.
The City thought it had its last Golden Gate Bridge worker last month. Turns out there's at least one more left.
Think you know everything there is to know about the 1906 earthquake? Think again.
The nameless editors and reporters of the April 18, 1906 edition of the San Francisco Daily News left us with a timeless piece of history.
By the time the rubble stopped smoldering 106 years ago, nearly all of The City east of Van Ness Avenue was destroyed.
A Marin exhibit remembers a time when songs told stories about virtually everything instead of just hooking up and partying.
The Golden Gate Bridge's less glamorous cousin has a big birthday coming up too.