If soon you find it a tad easier to find a place to park your bike around Yerba Buena, then you have the clever and artsy students of San Francisco to thank. A team from San Francisco's Academy of Art University was selected from more than 35 international entries as the winner of a student compet ... More >>
Ike Shehadeh/TwitterIs Ike getting the last laugh?Looks like Ike's Place might be trailing lines along 16th Street in the Castro after all, according to Eater guest editor Laura Beck. After an eviction struggle sticker than a steering wheel smudged with Dirty Sauce, owner Ike Shehadeh has app ... More >>
Chris MacArthur/SF WeeklyMonday's workshop is designed in part to educate the street-food loving public about policy issues in San Francisco.La Cocina will host a workshop next week to help decipher the shifting landscape of San Francisco's street-food legislation. Supervisor Bevan Dufty has ... More >>
The San Francisco Planning Department today confirmed to SF Weekly that Craig Nikitas -- who acknowledged that department head John Rahaim has moved to dismiss him due to his entanglement in the Planning Department Porn Scandal -- is now the city's Acting Zoning Administrator. It's a position the ... More >>
Peter JamisonChristine Haw of the San Francisco Planning DepartmentA San Francisco Planning Department official delivered a less-than-inspiring message last night at a meeting of Tenderloin residents worried that their neighborhood is being overrun with social-service providers: Deal with it. Under ... More >>
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