Thursday Dec 5
The San Francisco Foghorn
Ellis Act Marginalizes San Francisco Residents
On November 14th San Francisco City Hall heard testimonies from dozens of San Franciscans who were evicted from their homes during a hearing on the Ellis Act.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
the Golden Girls: the Christmas Episodes Returns to the Victoria Theatre, Now thru 12/22
The Golden Girls: The Christmas Episodes -- 8th Annual All Drag Xmas Exdrag-a-ganza -- will feature all new episodes for 12 performances only this holiday season, today, Dec. 5 - 22, 2013, playing Thurs.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Arthouse Movie Listings December 4-10, 2013
Artists' Television Access. Other Cinema: Puppet Animation: Short films celebrate the art of stop-motion animators from the pre-pixel era.
Contra Costa Times
HGTV show host Bill Beckwith dies in San Francisco crash
A Bay Area contractor and host of the hit HGTV television show "Curb Appeal" was killed Monday night in a motorcycle crash in San Francisco's Haight district, the medical examiner said.
Judy Rodgers, chef and co-owner of San Francisco's Zuni Cafe, dies
Judy Rodgers, the influential chef and co-owner of Zuni Cafe in San Francisco, has died, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
'Tech Bros' lead to class warfare in San Francisco
The biggest change I've seen in my three decades covering San Francisco as a reporter is that artists, musicians, freelance journalists and others in the creative class could work part-time and still be San Franciscans, giving the city its texture.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
On the Eve of World AIDS Day
Tomorrow is World AIDS Day , which has been observed globally since 1988. Looking back at the past 25 years, it's astounding the progress that has been made in diagnosing, treating and preventing the disease, but it's important to note that we are still far from eradicating AIDS.
SFBG Politics Blog
Mantra from the Milk/Moscone memorial march: 'Fight back!'
Hundreds of activists and progressive San Franciscans marked the 35th anniversary of the Mayor George Moscone and Sup.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
NBC Bay Area
Sasha Fleischman Weighs Future as "Agender" Activist
Sasha Fleischman, 18, of Oakland speaks from the family home on Thanksgiving 2013 on being burned on an AC Transit bus ride and what it means to be "agender."
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Our November Anniversaries: Season of Sorrow and Hope
We've just marked the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination, a national wound that, amid unresolved questions and ensuing political murders , has never really healed.
BC-CA--NorCal Daybook, CA
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San Francisco To Mark 35 Years Since Assassinations Of Milk, Moscone
A broad coalition of community groups and the Harvey Milk Foundation are honoring the 35th anniversary of slain San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone in back-to-back vigil and marches starting Wednesday afternoon.
Snowflake lighting illuminates Market St. in San Francisco
The sixth annual "Snowflakes on Market Street" program organized by the Market Street Association lit giant illuminated snowflakes on Market Street's signature "Path of Gold" light poles.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Chain Overreaction: S.F. Runs Franchises Out of Town, Unless They're Selling the Right Kind of Burger
San Francisco hates chains. Jack Spade and Chipotle tried to move into the Mission and the Castro, respectively, only to be thwarted by community discontent.
Some Abooooard!: Muni's Runaway Train Proves It Has a Problem Keeping Asses in Seats
San Franciscans can be a fairly entitled bunch. But we are, at the very least, entitled to ride on a vehicle that also carries a driver.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Castro Zen Center Gets New Abbott
Abbot Myo Denis Lahey leads a procession outside the Hartford Street Zen Center after the mountain seat ceremony that made him the leader of the Castro Buddhist center Outside the air was warm and still and shadows of tree branches rested gently on the concrete.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Yerba Buena Island: goats, bull, squatters and king
Yerba Buena Island was named for an aromatic herb that grew there. Photo: Fred May, Fred May Media Relations San Fr Before the Bay Bridge was constructed, Yerba Buena Island, shown in 1923, was known at various times as Sea Bird Island, Wood Island and Goat Island.
Upper Market renaissance draws renters with Venn opening
The U-Hauls will be pulling up in front of Venn this weekend - the second in a string of upscale housing projects that are changing the face of Upper Market.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Ideas Vary for LGBT History Document
Artist Jim Campbell's painting of the 330 Grove Street LGBT community center, circa 1978.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
'Imagine: Northern California' Time-Lapse Video Makes Us Want To Pack Our Bags Immediately
The California-obsessed photographer has released the third member of his time-lapse video " Imagine: California " series, this time setting his sights on the Northern half of the state.