Aside from being located in the same state, there's very little San Francisco and San Diego have in common, except perhaps our affinity for men in sailor suits.In any event, we came across a more important thread that links these two disparate communities: our love for Harvey Milk.As the Bay Area Re ... More >>
An interview with Valkyrie's star and director, Tom Cruise and Bryan Singer.
Gangstas. Thugs. Knuckleheads. Baki Lepolo's bouncers have handled them all. But can they handle the VIP crowd?
Too many fishermen are still unaware of the dangers of consuming San Francisco Bay seafood
Mayor Brown is pushing for quick approval of a Hunters Point Shipyard redevelopment plan that gives a lot to homebuilding giant Lennar, and not nearly enough to the city or the shipyard's neighbors
Asthma, cancer, and other illnesses occur at higher-than-average rates in Hunters Point. Many residents blame the nearby Navy shipyard, one of the most contaminated ex-military bases in the nation.
A veteran of the Apollo program continues a quixotic quest to send a small rocket of his own design 60 miles high and, in the process, save his soul. Maybe ours, too.
"The first [Historical Radiation Assessment] was rushed .... We should have ... done a better, more thorough job."
A peek inside a new form of Russian organized crime and an ingenious method of turning credit card mailings into large amounts of cash
The gloriously unambitious world of John Patrick McKenzie, who doesn't care that he's a rising star in the visual arts. And who, as it happens, is autistic.
SF Weekly writer Lisa Davis wins a Polk Award for exposing the history of nuclear waste at Hunters Point Shipyard
The Navy's unconscionable nuclear recklessness and dissembling at Hunters Point should draw the attention of Congress
Even if radioactivity were ignored, Hunters Point Shipyard would be one of the planet's most polluted properties
San Francisco is planning to take title to the decommissioned Hunters Point Naval Shipyard before the military completes an environmental cleanup. The move could cost the city hundreds of millions of dollars -- or more.
Last year, two Bay Area astronomers said they had discovered planets outside our solar system and became instant media celebrities. Now, Paul Butler and Geoff Marcy face prominent scientific challengers who contend some of the new planets are nothing but
Is the DA's Office bungling the biggest pollution case in Bay Area history?