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Hundreds of newspapers have rallied to defend the principle of a free press. But they're missing the point.
The labor activist opened a bakery in Oakland, and — after enduring a backlash over a mural plus a difficult pregnancy — went on to open the full-service Dyafa in Jack London Square only a year later.
Step aside, needles and poop! Traffic circles are here, and San Franciscans are not happy.
Michael Smith is accused of drinking from a bag of wine before fatally striking 65-year-old Gregory Blackman at Turk and Taylor streets.
His “phone-free” concert at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Wednesday night was a callback to simpler times.
The Mission’s free, neighborhood-centric alternative to monster festivals returns this Saturday Aug. 18, outside Noise Pop HQ.
A few Alcatraz prison inmates and guards are still around, and told us stories of jailhouse murders, contraband booze, and doing time on ‘The Rock.’
Marga Gomez is alternately louche and forceful in Cristina García's satire of Fidel Castro, at Central Works through Aug. 26.
Go crazy on pulled pork, cavirar, and a whole lot more, at all four grand tastings at Fort Mason (Aug. 24-26).
The only small-scale commercial building in SoMa to survive the 1906 earthquake will soon house the first California location of Luke’s Lobster, a B Corp dedicated to a sustainable fishery.