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A higher bar for bars: Using the impending closure of Mezzanine, Haney holds a press conference to announce a bill that would force zoning changes away from entertainment to face higher scrutiny.
Uber and Lyft may have moved fast and broken things, but their timing couldn’t have been worse for cab drivers.
The Board of Supervisors have little say in SFMTA's policies, except during budget season.
Like Alamo Square and Dolores Park that emerged from closures in much better shape, it should be worth the wait.
Bill Callahan delves into an unconscious dream world on Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest.
After 25 years together, the pop punk quartet has yet to lose its appetite.
The actor channels Grace Jones, James Baldwin, and others in his one-man follow-up to the well-received Type/Caste, as part of the National Queer Arts Festival.
In “Philippe Gronon: Versos,” at the Modernism Gallery, the photographer exhibits images of the least-viewed sides of famous paintings.
The 12-year-old bakery and restaurant didn't want to compromise its socially-conscious mission to stay in business.
The zero-waste Café by Ayala will serve Intelligentsia Coffee and pastries from Black Jet Baking Co.
No second billing, ‘cuz you’re a star now.
The actors talk about starring in Jarmusch's new The Dead Don't Die — plus their fears (or lack thereof) about the end of the world.