Your purchasing options at city pharmacies may be shrinking...City may expand tobacco ban to all pharmacies It takes a mighty clumsy law to make clear-thinking people think like Big Tobacco's lawyers -- but San Francisco passed just such a law in 2008.The city forbade pharmacies such as Walgreen' ... More >>
Edible Office/FlickrA few of my favorite blog posts from the week:1. As anyone who's hit Portland or Austin's food-cart strips knows, the appeal of a street-food vendor's single-subject approach is amplified ― exponentially ― when a passel of carts come together. Matt Cohen, La Cocina, and ... More >>
Oddly enough, this bike is tame compared to the stolen oneUPDATE 10:55 a.m. As we typed this, SFPD was in the process of issuing a press release trumpeted the stolen unique bicycle's recovery. A press conference has been scheduled for 3 p.m. at Central Station in North Beach, at which time the bi ... More >>
Seven more Walgreens -- and their wonderful billboards -- are headed for S.F.The ubiquitous San Francisco corner Walgreens store is about to grow even more so: The drugstore chain, only slightly less prevalent in the city than chinese restaurants or sand, has entered into a deal to purchase seven Ri ... More >>
WARNING: Gov. Davis' plan to use tobacco lawsuit money to fill a budget gap is dangerous to our financial health
Dr. Rochelle Slamovich
See the supervisors posture. See them learn. See them approve housing.
How the grand plan for district elections could backfire
More Millennial Angst and 72 Degrees in Your Head
In a city that loves to hate chain stores, plans for a new Pottery Barn in the Castro are scarcely raising a peep. The neighborhood may regret it.
Did this aspiring cover boy, who says he killed in a panic fit brought on by unwanted gay advances, get away with murder?
Forgive and Remember