7 hrs ago
Curbing Wage Theft in the City, You're Welcome
And today San Francisco officials heard a rundown about how well the city handles employers who steal your pay.
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11 hrs ago
New building for S.F. city offices in works
Under the plan Related would construct a 1-million square-foot complex on the 2.5-acre site with an office building that would wrap around the residential towers on the eastern portion of the site along 11th Street.
15 hrs ago
Pizza party packs them in at The Mill
A pizza with basil leaves, cherry tomatoes and mozzarella is removed from the oven at The Mill cafe and bakery on Divisadero.
17 hrs ago
San Francisco Chronicle
S.F.'s curmudgeons yell 'cut!' to filmmakers
Cities across the country are falling all over themselves to woo movie and television productions.
22 hrs ago
Lost Weekend Video and Hard Transitions
It's become a common San Francisco cry: If you want your beloved business to stay in the city, you need to support it.
S.F. bicyclists benefit from safety project on San Jose Avenue
San Francisco's southern neighborhoods are the beneficiary of a number of new livable street projects.
Phono Del Sol to Rock You this Weekend
Phono del Sol, the unassuming music festival that's been rocking Potrero Del Sol Park since 2011, returns this weekend with some big names and great local talent.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Nasa TV Coverage Set for Saturday Orbital-2 Mission to Space Station
NASA Television will provide live coverage of the upcoming Orbital Sciences' mission to resupply the International Space Station.
Silicon Alley Insider
Protesters Swarmed A San Francisco Business That's Trying To Evict A 98-Year-Old Woman
When a real estate speculator tries to evict is a 98-year-old woman dependent on a caregiver, there's bound to be some blowback.
Reason to Party's Penthouse Extravaganza for Dance
San Franciscans are famous for finding any excuse to party, from the opening of a new burrito joint to it simply being Wednesday.
Top reader photos: Fiery sky, shooting star and more
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SFBG Politics Blog
Motorists fight back in 'transit-first' San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most traffic-congested US cities, but a new coalition says we need more parking and fewer bike lanes Believing that they're somehow discriminated against on the streets of San Francisco, a new political coalition of motorists, conservatives, and neighborhood NIMBYs yesterday [Mon/7] turned in nearly twice the signatures ... (more)
Tue Jul 08, 2014
NBC Bay Area
Car Crashes Into Bank of America in San Francisco
A driver is in the hospital after her car slams into a Bank of America branch in San Francisco.
National Review Online
Let's Show Some Compassion at the Border... for American Citizens, Too
President Obama is holding off for now on seeking new legal authority to send unaccompanied migrant kids back home faster from the Southern border, following criticism that the administration's planned changes were too harsh.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
San Francisco planners to review 16th and South Van Ness housing project
A proposed 72-unit housing project at 16th Street and South Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco will go before the city's planning commission on Thursday.
Jeff Desira to release solo record and play album release show at Amnesia.
Jeff Desira, the veteran San Francisco Bay Area singer-songwriter and musical collaborator has completed his debut solo album "Weathervane".
From Austin With Love; Alamo Owner Meets Neighbors
A thick knot of people clustered around one particularly genial man at Mission Bar late Thursday, but not just because he was buying the drinks.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Homicide rate dives in San Francisco, Bay Area's big cities
Alexis runs an obstacle course at Garfield Park in San Francisco. City youth programs may be helping to reduce violence.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
The Irish Mission: A Family History
The story of the Creelys involves persecution and the Gold Rush, horse-shoeing and veterinarians, love, loss, and some Irish nationalism.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
San Francisco Chronicle
Wonders of world, 1 death part of 1894 exposition
Bears were part of the show in Golden Gate Park during the California Midwinter International Exposition in 1894, a showcase for San Francisco.