One misty August morning, Matthew Couzens woke up to find his blue 1994 Honda Accord missing from where he parked it along Hampshire Street... More >>
Before 1887, the Inner Sunset was like San Francisco's massive sandbox, all fog, marsh, and sand-stretched miles. There were no trees, no... More >>
The recently concluded America's Cup World Series races were a good time: big boats, big crowds, great weather, and lots of dogs. Even Aaron... More >>
Mayor Gavin Newsom made history in late 2007 when he triumphantly declared that his city's departments would be the first in the nation to pay a... More >>
Denizens of landlocked District 5 may not be able to locate 8 Washington Street. But, wherever it is, they're against it.
A poll commissioned by... More >>
In 2003, San Francisco street artists paid $374 a year for a license to sell their handiwork on approved city streets. That fee — which... More >>
In public schools, there is such a thing as a free lunch. In San Francisco, it might even come with a free iPad.
Roughly 62 percent of local... More >>
Rick Laubscher is the kind of guy who would ride Muni historic streetcars for fun all day and then dream about doing it again all night. The... More >>
At first, Francelle White didn't believe her daughter when the 5-year-old complained that her teacher was being "mean," yelling at her and... More >>
"I never expected to see so much double anal on this job," said the librarian, who requested anonymity because nobody wants their name popping up... More >>
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