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San Francisco Chronicle
Mission Bay fire brings long development fight to mind
Former Mayor Willie Brown poses for a portrait at his apartment in the St. Regis Hotel on Thursday July 31, 2008 in San Francisco, Calif.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
I-TEAM: Small park, big problems
The ABC 7 I-Team is investigating complaints from people living in one San Francisco neighborhood.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
The Jewish News Weekly
hardly strictly bagels | Opportunity to eat a New York bagel in S.F. gets strange
Last month, pop-up purveyors Wes Rowe and Sonya Haines of San Francisco decided to get some bagels flown in from New York and sell them at a one-day operation called East-side Bagels.
Mochica closes in SoMa, looks for new location
This is just an oddly entertaining photos of Mochica chef-owner Carlos Altamirano awkwardly holding a ceviche dish at the restaurant in 2006.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
On the Tab :: March 13 - 30
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy a few drinks this weekend, but whether you're a teetotaler or a total tramp, keep it down if someone's singing or speaking; not that some performers don't like a rowdy crowd, and plenty of wild times are available.
SF public housing residents take action to solve elevator problem
Residents at a San Francisco public housing building who tell KTVU they've been trapped in their own homes for hours or unable to get home even though they're just a few floors away because of elevator issues are taking legal action to solve their problem.
The Shutter: After a decade holding strong in...
After a decade holding strong in a low-traffic area of SOMA, Peruvian restaurant Mochica has decided to call it a day.
Hundreds more SF homeless
A man in a drug induced stupor sits next to a playground at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco in January.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
San Francisco: Massive fire causes catastrophic damage in Mission Bay
A huge, out-of-control fire caused catastrophic damage to a quarter-billion-dollar apartment complex under construction at Fourth Street near China Basin in San Francisco on Tuesday evening, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
The Snatch: Already Beta-Testing Google Nose
Last week, a popular pub in SOMA, The Willows, made it official: No Google Glass allowed.
Meanwhile, in Austin
As the South by Southwest Interactive conference comes to a close, thousands of San Franciscans will be making their way home after spending the weekend getting drunk and engaging with brands.
Volta Industries Launches New Office Location In San Francisco
Volta Industries LLC today announced it has opened its new office headquarters in San Francisco, as the company continues to expand operations through key North American markets.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Complex: Profile of an Alternative Recording Studio
Calling The Complex a new establishment would be a misnomer. In fact, the Rosenthal family would most likely cringe at the word "establishment" being used at all to describe the space.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Charles Phan's Coachman debuts
The "Honey Walls" at Coachman are made of panels that contain different varieties of honey.
The Coachman opens in SoMa
Right on schedule , Charles Phan opened his latest restaurant and bar, the Coachman , this week in the space formerly known as Heaven's Dog.
Website Tracks Growing Number Of Bay Area Bars Banning Google Glass
A number of San Francisco bars say they don't want to serve 'Glassholes,' the derogatory term for the folks who wear the exclusive new smart glasses from tech giant Google.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
San Francisco Chronicle
S.F. announces $17 million plan to make city safer to walk
Almost as if scripted, a delivery truck trying to beat a red light veered around the corner at Fifth and Howard streets at lunchtime Thursday, sweeping through two crosswalks just as Donte Greer stopped to talk about the dangers of being a pedestrian in San Francisco.
San Francisco Announces New Pedestrian Safety Program: WalkFirst
With its own "Vision Zero" goals in place to eliminate pedestrian fatalities within a decade, San Francisco has developed the WalkFirst plan to target the most dangerous intersections in the city for safety improvements.
Maps: Mapping the 10 Best Free WiFi Spots in SoMa and FiDi
San Francisco is on its way to being a truly connected city, with free WiFi slated for parks and rec centers all over town In the meantime, spring is approaching and you probably want to get out and enjoy the city while staying online.