Jonathan KauffmanKing of Currywurst's Chilean hot dog, $6.25.King of Cürrywurst's Dirk Adolphs has been working on getting his food cart permitted for quite some time. SFoodie first wrote about Adolphs in November, when he started selling his sausages in curry ketchup -- a street snack as adored ... More >>
Finish off Monday like you mean it with this (free) banger from Central California rapper Fashawn's upcoming Grizzly City Volume 3 mixtape. Entitled "Santiago's Revenge," it has the 21-year-old rapper weaving lines through a swaggering Exile production. With huge synth-string sounds and some exot ... More >>
A city worker has been placed on indefinite administrative leave after allegedly penning a series of e-mails to a nonprofit director, threatening him, his loved ones, and his staff, SF Weekly has learned. Santiago "Sam" Ruiz, executive director of Mission Neighborhood Centers, confirmed that he r ... More >>
'Exhibition of speed' here? Yes. 'Criminal threats'? No. The late, great George Carlin once noted that if you repeatedly bellow "Who says so?" long enough, you will undoubtedly end up in jail. A San Francisco man has found a more expedient route to the clink. After being pulled over on Santiago ... More >>
To protect and serve ... and give away swag!This just in from The Snitch's favorite police report writer, Capt. Paul Chignell of the Taraval Police Station: What is the name of the revered Deputy Chief of Police from the 1970s who lived on Santiago and died suddenly in his early 50s? First to answer ... More >>
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