25 min ago
Is a Day-Old Bagel Really the Best San Francisco Can Do?
You can take the New Yorker out of New York, but evidently, you can't take the kvetching out of a New Yorker.
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3 hrs ago
Talking Shop with Racked SF's Kristen Philipkoski
A shopping blogger who lives by the beach sounds like a character lifted from a Cecily von Ziegesar novel , but for Racked SF's Kristen Philipkoski, it's real life.
7 hrs ago
S.F. artist turns pornography into delicate art
Two works by Truong Tran: "Or I Meant to Say, Please Pass the Sugar," above, and "All My Marbles in One Confined Space."
Mon Mar 10, 2014
S.F. cop shot but police unsure if partner or suspect fired
Officers process evidence on Florida Street between 25th and 26th Streets on March 8, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif.
The 5 Most San Franciscan Ice Cream Flavors
As winter gives way to spring, and as SF-born ice creamery Humphry Slocombe celebrates the opening of their new Ferry Building shop , we bring you this list of the five essential, must-try, and most San Franciscan ice cream scoops you can find in town.
Potrero Emerges as Art Hub
Over the past year a community of art galleries has emerged on 16th Street, Utah Street, and Potrero Avenue, with roughly a half-dozen exhibit spaces now on offer.
The end of March will require making choices
The final weekend of March will be another one that will require serious listeners to make some hard choices as to how they will be spending their time.
SFPD officer may have been wounded by friendly fire
An officer who police initially said was shot in San Francisco's Mission District by a suspect who later led police on a high-speed chase may actually have been wounded by a fellow officer, a police spokesman said Monday.
Tamale Lady brick-and-mortar will open soon at 16th and Capp
Today SFist has learned that her lease is, indeed, signed for a space near 16th and Mission, construction has begun, and she'll be having a press conference in the coming weeks.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
One-third rule not always feasible in Bay Area rental market
Sarah Gilbert walks down the central spiral staircase of a Mission District apartment building with property management representative Rafael Davis.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Suspect sought in Mission District cop shooting
An officer looks into an open window on Florida Street between 25th and 26th Streets while other officers collect more information on March 8, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif.
S.F. library proposes new code of conduct with penalties
Summer and Molly, who are homeless, change their clothes in a restroom at the Main Library in San Francisco.
Los Angeles vs. San Francisco: Which City Rules The West Coast?
Ah, the classic city feud. You've heard this argument one hundred times before. Which is better: Los Angeles or San Francisco? Well, the time has come to settle the score.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Books by the Bay: "Water 4.0" brings readers up to date on life's most precious resource
There's a wealth of information in this month's nonfiction new releases by Bay Area authors, from David Sedlak's fascinating history of public water systems to a concise introduction to quantum mechanics co-authored by Leonard Susskind and Art Friedman.
Castro Theatre's Marc Huestis finds joy in neighborhood
Marc Huestis says he likes the flower boxes at Cafe Flore because he can feel the friends he lost to AIDS in the '80s.
Listen Local: Lauren Smiley on Mission St.
For decades, Mission Street has resisted gentrification. Even as parallel Valencia Street has become permanently yuppified and high-end shops have crept onto staunchly Latino 24th Street, Mission Street has remained the city's largest and densest proletarian boulevard, a multicultural equivalent of Chinatown's Stockton Street.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Task force hunts '76 killer of Peninsula women
On March 15, 1976, 26 year old Carol Lee Booth was seen walking from the bus stop on El Camino Real at Arroyo Street in South San Francisco towards her home.
Anti-gentrification group claims Mission vandalism
A group that says it's fighting gentrification in the Bay Area is claiming responsibility for vandalizing the offices of a high-end developer and housing manager in San Francisco's Mission District.