San Francisco Chronicle
People enjoy the sun around lunchtime in the public plaza at the corner of California and Davis streets in the Financial District despite being surrounded by tall buildings and concrete, a bit like New York City.
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Marin Independent Journal
S.F. tenants' rights activists demonstrate outside the Marin home of alleged 'serial evictor'
The San Francisco housing crisis spilled over into Marin County Saturday with a demonstration outside the Strawberry Point home of a landlord protesters accused of being "a serial evictor."
Union Square Gallery Owner Will Open in the Mission
If everything goes according to plan, the owner of the well-known Weinstein Gallery, famous for its 20th Century offerings of Picasso's, Chagall's and Calder's, will soon also be doing business back in the Mission District.
California's Problems Are Deeper Than Earthquakes
California clichs get on my nerves - cutting edge; dream factory; innovative business culture - so when the time came to visit family and friends in Los Angeles and San Francisco last month I was prepared to be annoyed.
Roots of S.F. palm trees
Benjy Young looks through one of the lenses of "Candle Search" at the Project Artaud studio.
Car hits SF bus stop, seriously injuring woman
Friday night a car slammed into a bus stop and a 42-year-old woman ended up with life threatening injuries.
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.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Pelosi Washes Immigrants' Feet for Easter Ceremony
On Thursday, April 17, known as Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday on the 2014 Christian calendar, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Pope Francis both participated in a foot-washing ritual, but apparently with very different goals.
San Francisco Magazine
Meet Your Friendly Neighborhood Smut Peddlers
"We want to come off as friendly, approachable, and not sleazy," says David Beaulieu, the editor-in-chief of Belle SF .
Pelosi helps in Holy Week foot-washing ritual
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi prepares to pour water on the feet of Yamile Cruz, 10, with the help of Bishop Marc Andrus during a Holy Week foot-washing ceremony at Saint John the Evangelist Episcopal Church in San Francisco.
2014 Institute For Technology In Health Care HIV Practice Award Winners Announced
Washington, DC: The American Academy of HIV Medicine is pleased to announce the winners of the third annual AAHIVM/Institute for Technology in Health Care HIV Practice Award.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
DJ Purple celebrates *7 years in the Mission* this Thursday
IT'S HERE! 7 YEARS! Let's celebrate the history of Dance Karaoke, born in the Mission, raised by Jack's Club and YOU! And now going strong at Slate Bar! Read our in-depth interview from back in 2011 for more on the history of DJ Purple's revolutionary Dance Karaoke party .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Just the Crust: Laying the Foundation for New S.F. Pizza Shops
There are two kinds of people when it comes to pizza: those who place an inordinate amount of importance on the crust, and everyone else.
Alamar bringing upscale Asian-Cajun to Oakland's Grand Ave.
Cajun seafood boil restaurants have become something of a thing in the Bay Area in recent years, with new spots popping up everywhere from San Francisco to San Jose to Oakland.
San Fran Unemployment Rate Continues Drop
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Bold Italic
Second Google Glass Wearer Assaulted
Over the weekend, the news made the rounds that a second San Franciscan has been attacked for wearing Google Glass.
Artisans flourish in San Francisco’s Mission Creek
Lexi Barry arranges chocolate truffles on a plate at Charles Chocolates factory and cafe in the Mission Creek neighborhood of San Francisco.
Viracocha's Transtition or Finale
They have been upholstered, rebuilt and deemed a rare antique object worth no less than $10,000 each, according to Jonathan Siegel who acquired them from a friend who owned a furniture store on Valencia and 20th.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
National Public Radio
The Cross-Cultural Travels Of A Singing Doctor
Rupa and the April Fishes' latest release, Live at the Independent , was recorded in concert at a San Francisco Walk Against Rape fundraiser.
Mission Residents Celebrate the Life of Cesar Chavez
On Saturday morning at the corner of 19th and Linda Streets, two Mission worlds went about their mornings and for a brief moment collided - happily.