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1 min ago | Mission Mission
First you have an epic night out on a Friday or Saturday, mostly in the Excelsior because who the hell wants to party in the Mission on a Friday or Saturday. And then you crawl your way back, stopping to do another shot at Cotter's Corner, St. Mary's Pub, El Rio and maybe Mission Bar.
59 min ago | 7x7
Day-tripper, music junkie, and all around cool girl Jennifer Maerz lets us in on her chill life in San Francisco. "Back when I had spare time for reals, I'd spend it taking lots and lots of road trips around Northern California or seeing shows," says Maerz of her long-gone free time in the City.
5 hrs ago | Food & Wine
San Francisco Opened by a trio of San Francisco cocktail veterans , this modern, industrial bar has a wellcurated cocktail list with drinks such as Lefty's Fizz , made with mezcal, grapefruit shrub, dry Curaao and lime. abvsf.com San Francisco At this waterside restaurant, barman Joe Cleveland specializes in making eye-catching, Spanish-style cocktails, including a variety of gin and tonics , sherry-based concoctions , and drinks for sharing, served in traditional Spanish porrns.
The most recent pop warner football photo of Rashawn Williams, a 14-year-old freshman at Sacred Heart Cathedral in San Francisco, who was fatally stabbed in the Mission District on Tuesday evening, in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, September 3, 2014. Rashawn Williams was stabbed and killed in front of Rubin's Market in the MIssion District on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
The most recent pop warner football photo of Rashawn Williams, a 14-year-old freshman at Sacred Heart Cathedral in San Francisco, who was fatally stabbed in the Mission District on Tuesday evening, in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, September 3, 2014.
Did you know that legendary artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera were stirring up the San Francisco art scene in the 1930s? You've heard of the movement-for-change that characterized Berkeley in the 1960s, but what about the now-famous art scene that was erupting at UC Davis? Weaving together art and ephemera from the collections of both the Oakland Museum of California and SFMOMA , Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California illuminates local histories and social forces that changed the face of art and society in the Golden State over the last century.
From considering a different neighborhood to alternative models of living, here are some tactics to deal with the city's housing shortage A 500-square-foot studio for three Erin Feher Montoya, her husband, Danny Montoya, and 1-year-old daughter, Orion, in the kitchen of their Tenderloin apartment. Click through for their space-saving ideas and three other case studies in San Francisco living.
Artist Jenni Sparks is from England, so maybe she just didn't know any better - or maybe she's a VISIONARY.
Attention, California fourth-graders. If you want to make a model of a handsome, historic California building that was built for a simple purpose and produced entirely positive results, consider a lighthouse.
For their next traveling exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art , makes its way to the Oakland Museum of California , where the two museums team up for the exhibition Fertile Ground: Art and Community in California . This is a feature of works that illuminates local histories and special forces, which has changed the face of art both in and beyond the state of California.
It's no secret that a huge part of the city's housing stock is rental properties - and many of those are under rent control. But there's got to be single-family homes for sale, so where are they? The San Francisco Chronicle looked into this very issue today.
Julieta Martinez, La Taqueria manger, takes orders on the phone while working at the cash register at La Taqueria on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo: Lea Suzuki, Staff / The Chronicle Popular eatery at 25th and Mission streets prevails in ESPN website's competition for nation's best burrito for its dorado-style delicacy.
What's better than an afternoon of enjoying guacamole? Nothing. There is none a better social option between the hours of 2pm and 5pm on this particular Saturday in September.
She was born in Akeley, Pa., on June 9, 1931, to Leonard A. Michelson and Marie Wetmore King.
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