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Proposed Legislation Sets Timeline for S.F. Public Bank

San Francisco’s break-up with Wall Street could happen in just a few years.

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Affordable Housing Wins Big in Off-Year Election
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Elderly Pedestrian Dies Days After Potrero Hill Collision
Rasputin Music On Haight Street Closes

The iconic Bay Area music store told employees this week that it would close the Haight Ashbury location, which opened in 2013.

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Tax on Uber, Lyft Rides Squeaks By — For Now

The measure has just enough votes to place a tax on rideshare rides to kick more money into public transportation.

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UPDATE: Preston Leads Insanely Close Supervisor Race, Again

Uncertainty reigns as thousands of votes remain uncounted and ranked-choice calculations have to be made.

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San Francisco Has A Meth Problem

Methamphetamine is far more prevalent than you think. A new report has some ideas on how to curb its impact.

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What Is the Best CBD Oil in the UK?

Within less than two years cannabidiol (CBD) has sounded off the tongues of mums, doctors, and internet bloggers as if it was vitamin D,

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Sick of the lonely winter months? Here’s how to make the most of dating in winter.

The long, hot days of summer are now well and truly behind us. Winter is looming, and for the world of dating that means

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An Exorcism of Queerness

Editor’s note: This story was published in 2016. Like a construction stud supports a wall, The Stud bar has supported queer San Francisco for

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SF Pride Calls (Out) the Cops

SF Pride’s membership called a meeting to discuss the presence of law enforcement after 2019’s arrests. But ‘Police out of Pride’ means different things to different people.

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