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Salesforce Buys Slack, Its SoMa Neighbor

Slack employees need only travel across the rooftop park of the Salesforce Transit Center to reach the offices of their new corporate overlords.

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Postal Service Data Underscores Tech Exodus
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SF is Purple: What Does That Mean?

Gyms, churches, movie theaters and other indoor activities must cease as the city enters California’s most restrictive COVID tier.

‘Zappa’ Pulls Footage From the Official Vaults

New documentary tells the authorized story of a musician who needed no authorization.

Holiday Brews: Anchor & 21st Amendment

We aren’t supposed to gather this holiday season — but if your mom forces you to, you’ll definitely need a couple cold ones.

A Bay Area Holiday Gift Guide

What a year. It seems like just yesterday we were all hearing rumors about a really nasty bug going around somewhere over there, and…

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415 Records: Pioneers of Punk Get Reissue Series

At the dawn of punk and new wave, a talented roster of San Francisco bands helped define the sound on local label 415 Records.

A Hard Hit for Cannabis Smokers

A San Francisco indoor smoking ban is under consideration, but has the dubious consequence of leaving renters with no legal place to smoke weed.

Despite Hardship, Muni Plans for Subway Return

Service increases and new bus lines are planned to come online, but Muni’s overall financial situation is incredibly bleak.

Non-Essential Offices Must Close

As COVID cases continue to rise, San Francisco is moving back into the “red” tier of California’s reopening plan.