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Roy Charles Waller has worked at UC Berkeley as a safety specialist for 25 years, and was arrested this week after a DNA test allegedly connected him to the crimes.
A wilderness transformed into lungs for the 19th-century San Francisco.
Friday morning’s commute was disrupted for a reported 40 minutes after a BART operator was allegedly assaulted on the train.
The shooting occurred after the suspect danced with his gun in the air in the back seat of the victim's car.
Lucas Hnath's sequel to Henrik Ibsen's indelible 1879 work asks and answers the question, 'Why has Nora returned?'
However much Ahmadi may try to renounce medium, she returns to it with this poignant exhibit at Haines Gallery.
Dream of Kalifornikation, at Fort Mason's follow-up to Suppenküche.
The Golden Gate Ecstasy has more bitters than you ever dreamed of.
But each represents a powerful indictment of almost every figure in the U.S. political system.
More nostalgia for a time that never really existed.