People dine at the sushi bar at Ichi Sushi in San Francisco, Calif., on Monday, April 14th, 2014.
Tim and Erin Archuleta's new Ichi Sushi + Ni Bar location in the Mission features the Mural Project, an artistic representation of how to eat sushi.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Record Store Day 2014: Where to Go in San Francisco
By now you've probably heard an earful about the approaching Jesus freak vs. pothead showdown on Sunday.
Hot Property: Rebuilt family home in Bernal Heights includes multiple decks
A modernist chandelier illuminates the dining room, which also features a radiant heated hardwood floor.
The '11th Hour,' Holy Water's New Badass Bar Concept
Possibly even more than San Francisco residents like to drink, San Francisco mixologists like to create.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Move over selfies... it's time for the dronie: New trend for...
'She's breathing and bleeding hard': Son makes frantic 911 call over his mother's distressing screams after she was mauled by bears in their garage Gupta and a New York Times columnist played around with the device at Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco last week Bad news, Instagramers: The selfie is officially played out thanks to an entrepreneur ... (more)
Scanner Audio From Police-Involved Shooting in Bernal Heights
About 500 people marched from the Mission District to Bernal Heights Park, where Alejandro Nieto was shot and killed by police officers.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
San Francisco Man Hoping For Kinky Sex Tied Up And Robbed
A San Francisco man was tied up and robbed last week by a man he had invited to his Bernal Heights apartment for sex, police said Monday.
Check out Bernal's house sales
Charming Bernal Heights is also mega-hot right now. Here is a chart depicting the average sales price and dollar per square foot of non-distressed sales dating back to 1995 -- doing the comparison is really quite interesting.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
San Francisco Chronicle
Refugee shacks - survivors of 1906 quake and fire
A refugee shack, built to house 1906 earthquake survivors, is now a home on Cortland Avenue, one of maybe 100 of the cottages that are left in San Francisco, including about two dozen in Bernal Heights.
Hydrant Painting Poses Risk to San Fran Crews
April 12--They come in the middle of the night, sneaky and silent. They're up to no good, and their mischief puts public safety at risk and costs taxpayers thousands of dollars.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Photographer Janet Delaney documented changing face of SoMa
Flag makers, Natoma and Third streets, from the book ""South of Market, 1978-1986" by Janet Delaney.
Community seeks justice for dead City College student
A recent series of questionable police shootings in the Bay Area has struck close to home with the March 21 shooting in Bernal Heights Park of City College student Alejandro Nieto.
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MAP: Which Empty Apartments Were Eviction Scenes?
I hear of a new family being forced out of their current living situation by their landlord almost daily.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Triple Voodoo Adds Beer Magic to Dogpatch
Triple Voodoo Brewery moved into a brand-new building in the heart of Dogpatch this winter, and has since been brewing up a following of beer-lovers keen on sipping locally-made suds.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
10-year-olds honored in San Francisco as 911 youth heroes
Two San Francisco 10-year-olds were honored Wednesday for their bravery while making 911 calls in two situations where their mothers had medical emergencies.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Suspects sought in Smart-car tipping case
A tipped over Smart car is shown on the sidewalk at the corner of Prospect and Coso avenues in San Francisco, Monday, April 7, 2014.
Urban Tipping? Which Is Easier - Tipping A Cow Or A Smart Car?
The tiny, eco-friendly cars were found balanced on their headlights, rear bumpers or on their sides, with shattered windows and some body damage.
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Baggage screeners at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport have discovered two World War I artillery shells in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Graffiti taggers could face bigger price tag
Property owner Laurance Mathews views the work of taggers and graffiti artists defacing buildings on Erie Alley at Van Ness.
Police probe Smart car vandalism in San Francisco
A Phoenix woman who left her two young children in her vehicle during a job interview has pleaded not guilty at her arraignment.