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Teachers nationwide are mad as hell and speaking up.
The transit system’s officers will receive Narcan training next month. But will fentanyl hysteria get in the way of saving lives?
The roadway by the San Francisco Zoo will eventually be closed to vehicular traffic in favor of an extended coastal trail.
Up to six thousand people face bills, sometimes costing tens of thousands of dollars, for emergency services despite having insurance.
For the 10th anniversary of its Wine Country festival (June 7-8), Huichica takes over Gundlach Bundschu Winery, with Real Estate, Love, and Chuck Prophet also on the bill.
The enchanting singer-songwriter is also a mother and an actor — and a college student who’s earning good grades in relative isolation.
An exhibit Claude Monet’s final 13 years that includes paintings of water lilies that were never publicly viewed during the Impressionist master’s lifetime.
His unusual approach leads many people to believe he uses actors or that he’s part of the surveillance state.
It's a very anti-gun state, true, and people gotta eat. So why not kill a deer with your own bare fenders?
Amiable and approachable, the Temescal eatery is exactly the mid-tier restaurant the Bay Area needs more of — if only they’d stop running out of stuff so much.
SF Weekly’s sixth annual film awards are 130-percent politics-free, and rising!
Stop laughing at the title. It’s not like that.