If a sudden bout of depression came on yesterday (April 1), it's probably because you have to do your taxes soon -- for real this time. Part of what's sparking this depression is this fact: The IRS estimates that it takes over 20 hours for the average person to file their federal and state taxes. ... More >>
With Square on the register, succulents on the tables, and galvanized tin sconces, Elmira Rosticceria looks very, very 2013. The ceiling fixtures are Edison-bulbs-within-Mason-jars, which is like a trend that ate itself. The coffee is by Bicycle Coffee, which very likely gets delivered via fixie. Fe ... More >>
A law school colleague of Julian Davis is claiming that she was the victim of an unwanted physical advance by the District 5 supervisoral candidate in late 2010, and is urging him to drop out of the race.Earlier this month, SF Weekly reported the claim of Kay Vasilyeva, a staffer on Supervisor Chris ... More >>
Don't change out of those orange-and-black shirts just yet. The Giants will be home for Halloween, and San Francisco is as ready as it can be to welcome the World Series champs once again.So here's what you need to know for Wednesday's family event (note: there will be lots of kids there). The ticke ... More >>
The blowup of the Cafe Gratitude empire, yesterday's biggest food-news story, was ostensibly brought on by the owners' response to several lawsuits that waiters have filed over the restaurants' tip-pooling policies. In recent months, several nationally renowned New York restaurants have also been ... More >>
Lay it on himNot every drug user's encounter with police is bad. SF Weekly readers might recall the story when the San Francisco Police Department returned several pounds of marijuana to a medical grower last year. But for every story like that, there's a Clark Freshman -- the UC Hastings law pro ... More >>
Police have made a number of arrests and seizures of DJ equipment at underground parties and clubs. Is it enforcement or harassment?
A lawsuit alleging racism at Amtrak's Oakland yard has made it to the Supreme Court -- and could affect discrimination cases nationwide