3 hrs ago
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.
4 hrs ago
SF Pedestrian Severely Injured In Mission District Hit-And-Run
A pedestrian remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a pre-dawn hit-and-run crash in the Mission District on Thursday, according to San Francisco police.
6 hrs ago
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.
11 hrs ago
Mikal Cronin and Shannon and the Clams headline the Bay Brewed this Saturday
Oh, plus, beer by a million local breweries! Once again, The Bay Bridged presents their expert fusing of local bands and local beers.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
On the Tab :: Dec. 5 - 12
"It's the holidays!" seems to be everyone's excuse to be overwhelmed, overbooked and over it all.
Credit woes nearly leave family out in the cold
Christopher Ramirez gives Emily, 3, a kiss in their room at a Tenderloin family shelter.
Tech Companies Consuming Office Space
Tech companies are taking over the city! Well kind of. They're definitely taking over a large percentage of office space.
Our digital city
The fine folks at BAYCAT , who spend their days teaching and empowering Bayview-Hunters Point youth, are in the midst of a 7-week fundraiser that involves Instagram and hashtags ! Each week, there's a theme .
Poster Exhibit Chronicles the Fight Against AIDS
Along the still desolate swath of Mission Street on the edge of SOMA and just beyond the Mission District, sits an oasis of information, free to the public, filled with materials that will expand your awareness, but may make you blush.
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.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Judy Rodgers: Zuni Cafe chef helped shape U.S. cuisine
Judy Rodgers was the chef at Zuni Cafe on Market Street for more than 25 years. Photo: Photo By Craig Lee, The Chronicle Brandon Jew , chef at Bar Agricole, said mentoring by Judy Rodgers of Zuni Cafe was a major factor in his success.
Don't call them 'techies'
A shuttle bus for tech workers living in San Francisco and commuting to Silicon Valley.
Nerd cool'MythBusters' brings nerd cool to live audiences
Mythbuster hosts Adam Savage, center, and Jamie Hyneman, right, along with 'Walking Dead' star Michael Rooker shoot a Mythbusters/Walking Dead episode featuring nearly one hundred zombies at Mare Island, California on February 9. If you were one of those inquisitive children who grew up salvaging magnets from broken electronics and emptying flash ... (more)
Pontifical Mass at the Mission Basilica San Diego
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, celebrated a beautifully sung Pontifical Mass in honor of the 25th anniversary of the FSSP, on November 15, 2013.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Free Farm faces challenges in staying in S.F.
"I know I sound like a hippie," he says. "My philosophy tends to sound naive or not realistic.
Edwin Deakin Mission Watercolors
Previously thought to be lost to the 1906 earthquake and fire in San Francisco, a generous gift keeps this priceless collection intact for future generations of Santa Barbarans.
Bomb Squad Pulls Suspicious Device From SF Mission Apartment Building
A bomb squad removed a suspicious device from a Mission District apartment in San Francisco Monday morning, a police spokesman said.
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.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
BC-CA--NorCal Daybook, CA
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