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A state Senate bill on mental health conservatorship is dividing San Francisco.
A heartwrenching letter from loved ones mourning Rothstein includes a call to take planned street safety improvements even further.
In S.F., Salvadorans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Sudanese immigrants with Temporary Protected Status are relieved to have a four-month deportation extension.
Lawsuits have forced Facebook to change its targeted-advertising practices with credit, employment, and housing ads.
Some 25 years after their debut, the Gainesville hardcore punks play two shows at Slim’s, each dedicated to a full album.
Haiku Hands, Hand Habits on Saturday at Swedish-American Hall, and Dream Theater on Sunday at the Masonic.
Todd Hido’s unpeopled photographs reveal a kind of post-collapse, as much political as it is ecological.
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The two-week festival of Filipino cuisine (April 1-14) comes with pop-ups, food crawls — and secret items.
Life is all about excess in moderation, starting with this beefy fabric.