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The former San Francisco district attorney could take her barrier-breaking career to the White House, but may first have to answer for her prosecutorial career.
Members of IFPTE Local 21 — which include our city engineers, utility workers, architects, and planners — say S.F. has been getting richer while its middle class gets smaller.
It's the last total lunar eclipse for a little over two years, and it takes place at the exact midpoint of the current administration's term in office.
The high rainfall totals of the past 48 hours — including 2.4 inches in Downtown S.F. — should put a dent in the moderate drought that continues to grip three-quarters of California.
Ian S. Port’s The Birth of Loud reframes the standard history of rock ’n’ roll around the dual creators of the modern electric guitar.
It arrives on Friday, Feb. 1, right by 19th Street BART.
Four years in the making, the pedestrianized section of 12th Street between Harrison and Bernice streets is a centerpiece of the forthcoming Western SoMa Leather and LGBTQ Cultural Heritage District.
SFMOMA examines a planned community with rigorous design principles that has thrived on the Sonoma coast for 50 years.
From the butterfish to the porchetta lau lau, Michelle Karr-Ueoka and Wade Ueoka’s Trailblazer Tavern is the best Michael Mina restaurant in years.
Sneak away for a bit of opulence at Cow Marlowe, which fits the neighborhood hand-in-glove.