Tomorrow is the grand opening of Guisell Osorio's café Sabores del Sur in Walnut Creek. Having been one of La Cocina's first participants, Osorio started Sabores in 2002 as a catering company spe... More >>
California is the fruit and nut basket of the world, with almonds, wine from grapes, stone fruits and citrus grown here available in China, Maine and many points in between. The state is also the... More >>
A San Francisco cab official famous for his tirades against ride-share services stepped down yesterday, after a series of offensive videos surfaced from his private YouTube channel.
The videos,... More >>
The "collaboration beer" has come a long way over the last decade. One early example that put the concept on the map was "Collaboration not Litigation," a brew created in tandem by Russian River ... More >>
We have a beard and mustache club, residents who participate in national beard competitions, and there was a S.F. man photographed eating ramen out of his beard -- it's safe to say, San Francis... More >>
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Police are at the scene of another pedestrian collision where a woman in her 60s was hit by a taxi cab as she walked through Union Square today.
Officer Gordon Shyy says police ... More >>
How much of what you throw out every week do you think can be composted or recycled? San Franciscans tend to be more conscious of what they throw in the garbage bin than most U.S. cities, wi... More >>
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Update 12:52 p.m.: Terrible news: the child who had been critically injured in the fire has since died, according to CBS News.
One person was killed and another was critically i... More >>
San Francisco's cool bayside breezes may be far from the sunny shores of "the big island," but that doesn't stop lines from forming outside Sammy's Aloha (no website). Occupying a curbside corne... More >>
Only a week after the lineup for Outside Lands 2014 was released, we've got the daily lineups. Maybe because general admission tickets sold out in a record 24 hours? Anyway, single-day tickets go... More >>
Excess alcohol can hinder your ability to do a lot of basic things -- drive a car, eat a burrito slowly, and sit out that next round of drinks.
It can also make you a pretty lousy informer.
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Amanda Michalopoulou, one of Greece's leading authors, has written short stories, a children's series, and five other novels, along with her latest, How I Killed My Best Friend. And she'll be ... More >>
By NATHAN READEY
DJ Rapid Fire
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
The Fox Theater, Oakland
Better than: Whatever you call dubstep.
"Music can be so meaningless," muses Knife frontwoman Karin D... More >>
There's nothing like a random act of kindness -- whether a stranger holds the door open for you when you're leaving a building, or say, someone sends you flowers, a kind gesture can go a long w... More >>
There sure are a lot of art boobs at Trou Normand, the new multi-meal restaurant-bar-café on the ground floor of 140 New Montgomery, aka the PacBell Building. Even when you exclude the giant nu... More >>
Instead, you'll have to pay more to ride Muni in San Francisco.
Last night, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency approved its two-year budget which among other things did away with... More >>
Match.com, whose sluttier sister site OkCupid is embroiled in its own queer battles, decided to throw a bone to bisexuals this week. A small one, anyway. A semi.The subscription-based dating serv... More >>
As we all know, in the 1980s, the coolest member of any band was always the sax player. It's why Rob Lowe played one (while wearing a beautiful headband) in St. Elmo's Fire, and it's why Tina Turn... More >>
Drinking and lawmaking seldom mix, and a legislative snafu last year left California homebrewers crying into their beer.
A bill meant to clear up legal ambiguity around wine and beer hobbyists… More >>
The public outcry that followed a group of San Francisco police officers' fatal March 21 shooting of Alejandro Nieto is now reverberating through city government.
Supervisor John Avalos invoked Nieto at… More >>
Last week, four small vehicles were upended in San Francisco. And the whole world was watching.
The inversion of 7,200 total pounds of Smart Cars quickly became an international story. Vanloads… More >>