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University Of The Pacific Opens State-Of-The-Art School Of Dentistry In SF SoMa
For dentistry student Stephanie Kroll, University of the Pacific's new $151 million Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco is where she plans cap off her school career.
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Sat Jul 12, 2014
San Francisco Chronicle
911 system in state of emergency: understaffed, ill-equipped
JR Celestino repairs the brakes of an ambulance at Central Shops of San Francisco, the fleet maintenance center.
Locals Rate the New Mission Skate Park
The new park underneath the Central Freeway , between Valencia and Otis streets near Zeitgeist bar, has been teeming with skaters since opening July 1. "It's hella packed," as a young Mission skater, and therefore expert skate critic, told us yesterday afternoon.
Dating site reveals where San Francisco's philanderers live - SFGate.com
So says data from AshleyMadison.com , the controversial dating site for married and otherwise attached people looking to find partners on the side.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Your Guide to San Francisco's Finest Breweries
A wise philosopher once said, "Here's to alcohol: the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems."
How Tartine changed San Francisco pizza
Certain flour-dusted circles have been known* to build altars to Tartine Bakery's Chad Robertson.
SF Usual Suspects
Illegal Housing Goes Buh-Bye?
What to do next when your not-really-zoned-definitely-not-legal-housing goes up in flames? Not too much apparently.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
They might be kindergarten teachers
Local blogger anadromy experienced some deep thoughts while observing a pair of twentysomething dudes on the 47 the other day: Both of them had their noses buried in their phones.
Renters Trading Size for Frills Fuel U.S. Apartment Boom
The new ParkCentral tower in Nashville has a gym, rooftop deck with heated pool, and bars and restaurants in the neighborhood below.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Value of S.F. property soars $10 billion to $180 billion
Sightseers stroll across the Golden Gate Bridge before the transit district board of directors vote unanimously in favor of erecting a suicide barrier on the iconic bridge in San Francisco, Calif.
Coco500 says goodbye
Coco500 's finale is today, marking the end of a 23-year run for Loretta Keller on the corner of Brannan and Fourth.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Cooking with SOMA Chef Dave Shiplett | Chef comes full circle
When I was signing the lease with my landlord, Thomas Howze, at the new SOMA Creek Side this past year, I mentioned to him that directly across the street from my new restaurant was the preschool I attended.
Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Nice quote on the messiness of public participation
There is a nice piece in the current issue of the New Yorker about the discontent in San Francisco over the impact of the tech industry influx into the city--both workers as residents commuting to the Silicon Valley, and tech businesses moving away from suburban campuses to inner city locations*--and how this has shaped accelerating price ... (more)
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Oakland man arrested in San Francisco shooting
Police have arrested a 29-year-old Oakland man on suspicion of attempted murder and other charges in connection with a shooting at a San Francisco department store last month.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
SOMA the site of new 9-story mixed-use project
The current Ed's Autohaus building at 768 Harrison Street in SOMA is slated to be replaced by a nine-story mixed-use building, Curbed SF reports .
Pawnshop photos turn out to be by artist Leopoldo M ndez
Tyler Paxton, Carl Hall, Kathleen Anderson of Pacific Media Workers Guild look over framed prints by Leopoldo Mendez.
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
Future uncertain for 2 recycling centers in S.F.
Jimmy Green has used the recycling center at the Market Street Safeway for 25 years.
A snapshot of S.F. neighborhood currency at Old Mint
If you're downtown on a Sunday afternoon - say, ferrying visitors around town - you're in luck.
3 suspects held in shooting after Pride
Performers like the drag queen extravaganza Cockatelia played to an enthusiastic crowd after the parade.