Though required by law to accept credit cards, some San Francisco hacks are requiring riders to pay in cash.
Gold Rush-era artifacts discovered while building the new Transbay Transit Center — like "many" booze bottles and opium pipes — are now on display near the transit hub's future home.
Palo Alto is getting a glitzy, vaulted glass-roof design for its new Apple store, much like the one on Manhattan's tony Upper West Side.
Something is killing off hundreds of monarch butterflies on the Monterey Peninsula.
Grab some SFBay gear to help support the Bay Area's scrappiest news site.
Police say a San Jose bank manager and her husband siphoned nearly $1 million from a 96-year-old's life savings, then spent it on cars and bling.
It's not BART, it's SMART. And it's one step closer to reality after selling almost $200 million in bonds.
A change of venue didn't deter these exotic dancers from presenting a $20,000 donation to the San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program.
In a four-alarm display of hypocrisy, the SF Fire Department will accept a monetary donation from a group of exotic dancers but not allow the group to present the funds outside a firehouse.
You and your laser printer can take a stand against just about anything with the world's smallest Occupy installation.
It's official, direct from owner Sam Mogannam: the new Bi-Rite Market at Divisadero and Hayes has been delayed another four months until "May or June" 2012.
Mayor Ed Lee settled the nerves of anxious golfers by vetoing legislation that could have shut the 80-year-old golf course.
The San Francisco Chronicle and just about every newspaper in America is likely to be gone in five years, says a new report from USC Annenberg.
We can't tell you where your missing sock went, but we can tell you what to do with the one that's left behind.
Nothing is linked more strongly to the Sunday closure of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park than the rollerskating at 6th and Fulton.
The tree box on the corner has got nothing on this little slice of doggie heaven in the shadow of the Bay Bridge.
California schools have scored federal aid from President Barack Obama's Race to the Top competition.
Nifty, functional swings decorated with an artist's touch have been popping up in the lower Haight since last week.
In an interview that will air on Monday, Bryan Stow "was able to hold a very simple conversation."
Home run king Barry Bonds got off easy, with probation and 30 days home detention at his 15,000 square foot estate.
The good news is that designers have cooked up designs for a pedestrian and bicycle path on the western span of the Bay Bridge. The bad news is nobody has any idea how to pay for it.
A battle is literally brewing between Martha and Bros. coffee and the Cookie Time truck, who put their grand opening sign directly in front of Martha's on their first day of business.
Twenty years ago this week, the first web site in North America was launched in Palo Alto. Man, was it ugly.
The children's playground at Dolores Park is halfway done and on schedule for a grand opening in the spring.
What does it take to get a burned-out City streetlight replaced? How about a vicious rape.
About 200 people gathered at a community meeting to discuss two violent Mission rapes in the past month with Supervisors Scott Wiener, David Campos and other leaders.
George Lucas could go from Lucas Valley to 4th and King, then transfer and arrive at Facebook in Menlo Park for an early lunch.
His name is Gabriel Angelo. He's the kid you see downtown playing the trumpet, and trust us, you haven't heard the last of him.
The big man needs a hand answering mail from kids in need, so elves are asked to gather at the main post office Tuesday from 11 to 1.
It seems we're just not happy in the Bay Area without a seafood crisis imperiling some of our favorite delights.
Messages posted by community groups paint a shocking picture of brutal violence in two separate incidents along 24th Street.
Trade your milk and cookies for bourbon and beer nuts — Several hundred Santa Clauses have come to town, and they’re here to party!
Skateboarders grinded and shredded in celebration to accept Tony Hawk's $10,000 donation for a new South of Market skate park.
It looks like you’ll be able to find your way down to San Jose on the new BART line sooner than expected.
Duuude! The Birdman is totally hooking up the sick new skate park that'll be behind Zeitgeist next year! Hella stoked!
Little birdies have whistled to both Engadget and CNet that AT&T has flipped the switch on its brand-new, high-speed 4G LTE wireless network across the Bay Area.
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