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Bye-Bye Burning Man

The best way for burners to leave no trace on the Black Rock desert would be to leave it alone for good.

By Veronica Irwin
Pacific Highs
Marshawn Lynch Scores Again with Dodi
Fentanyl: The City’s Biggest Public Health Crisis
Who’s Ready to Go Back to Normal?

A wide-ranging poll explores how people’s views on commuting, housing, and other topics have shifted since the pandemic.

Indoor Bars and More Can Reopen Thursday

When the city reaches yellow tier, all businesses and activities will be allowed to reopen at limited capacity.

Incarcerated Journalists + Recall Rundown

Caitlyn Jenner is just the tip of the recall challenger iceberg.

Mayor Seeks to Trim Red Tape for Dispensaries

London Breed’s new legislation aims to give equity owners more control over their cannabis businesses.

Japanese Breakfast Dishes on New Memoir

Michelle Zauner will discuss ‘Crying in H Mart’ on City Arts & Lectures with Bowen Yang.

Journalism at San Quentin

One of California’s most notorious prisons is inspiring change throughout the state by giving a platform to the incarcerated.

Dom or Sub, You Deserve Love

Plus: Learning to feel good about yourself is the first step toward a happy, healthy, sexy relationship.

Remembering Margo St. James

The memorial for the crusading sex worker and San Francisco icon was exactly as raucous as you’d imagine.

Slow Machine: Songs of Ice and Fire

A retired flame eater seeks stoner metal band: Slow Machine, the Craigslist quintet.

Burger Boogaloo to Return as Mosswood Meltdown

When Burger Records abruptly went down in flames last year following disturbing accusations of sexual assault, underage grooming, and generally disgusting behavior, one of…