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After years of community advocacy, the passage of AB 186 means that San Francisco finally has the green light to open the sites.
We joined Stanley Roberts for his final People Behaving Badly, as he looked back on 20 years as S.F.’s most beloved and hated TV reporter.
Of the city's five hit and run incidents this month, two people have died.
BART installed a new surveillance monitor at Civic Center station so riders know “what the platform situation is” — but also to let people know they’re being watched.
In Anne Galjour's #GetGandhi, a statue of the spiritual father of modern India has its reckoning with contemporary San Francisco sexual mores.
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.’
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.