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A cap on rent increases, a ban on evictions without just cause, and a statewide registry of rental units are all ideas being presented to the California Assembly this spring.
Eight people have been killed in traffic collisions on city streets since the year began.
Biologist fear that climate change is causing malnutrition among the migrating whales, and we could see many more wash up in the months to come.
The lawsuit claims that the SFMTA is trying to boost the value of its $250,000 medallions to weaken another legal challenge.
Baroness’ new album Gold & Grey promises to be extreme, although what that means has yet to be determined.
Pizza + Techno's St. Patty's Day Party and OPEL's 17 year anniversary at Public Works on Saturday, Methyl Ethel on Wednesday at Cafe du Nord, Mija on March 21 at Rickshaw Stop.
Four. The answer is four. This one's by Serge Gay Jr. and it's outside the new SPARC dispensary in the Mission.
The GLBT Historical Society displays a trove of photographs taken in SoMa from 1986-94 that portray the last generation of people who could move to S.F. to be full-time freaks.
The determined husband-and-wife team behind six-week-old Yemeni restaurant stake a claim to a difficult corner of San Francisco.
La Cocina alum Binitha Pradhan is poised to open her largest restaurant yet on Sixth Street, across the street from a Nepalese SRO she didn’t even know existed.