The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
A clairvoyant, match-making cafe owner? Maybe sitcom writers have run out ideas. Inside Scoop shares a Craigslist casting call for a local pilot in which a female café owner uses special powers to help s ... More >>
Scott Wiener helps developers, not preservation Last week, we wrote about how Supervisor Scott Wiener was trying to push back the preservationist movement from conserving every crumbling building and sign in our fair city. As it turns out, some preservationists could potentially gain -- personall ... More >>
Preserving the futureIn its effort to preserve the past of San Francisco, the Historic Preservation Commission might just be hindering the city from having any kind of real future -- one with affordable housing, good transit, and healthy redevelopment. It was a good thing for San Francisco when v ... More >>
The Alexandria TheaterIf you're a fan of cool old movie theaters in the Richmond District -- and there are a few of them -- you might take an interest in a new set of designs for the renovated Alexandria Theater that city officials will review tomorrow.The Historic Preservation Commission will be ... More >>
Monday, Nov. 16, 2 p.m. - Public Safety CommitteeIt's an exciting time to be on the Public Safety Committee. Swine flu is rampant, there's a new top cop in town, and SOMEBODY needs to decide if Hugues de La Plaza was: (a) the victim of a grisly murder, or; (b) a committed neat freak to t ... More >>
Joe EskenaziMike Theriault, head of the Building & Construction Trades Council, wants jobs. When does he want them? Now.A crowd of 300 to 400 soggy, hardhat-and-overalls-wearing union men and women -- many of whom, sadly, had no other engagements at noon on a working day -- stood at City Hall Pl ... More >>