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Stories of survivors live beyond their life spans
Esther Scheele , 97, called last week, to talk about her dad, Arthur Gradwohl . Born in 1890, Gradwohl was a teenager when the earthquake of 1906 struck.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Inside Bay Area
"Defenestration -- The Old Hugo Hotel Memorialized in Art" is the name given to the installation at ArtHaus which commemorates the Hugo Hotel in San Francisco.
1906 S.F. earthquake anniversary ceremonies planned
The 108th anniversary of the catastrophic 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire will be noted Friday with a series of downtown events planned to begin before dawn.
The Jewish News Weekly
10 new projects receive federation micro-grants
The S.F.-based Jewish Community Federation has announced 10 new micro-grants for innovative Jewish projects in the Bay Area through the #MakeItHappen Micro-Grants Initiative, a project of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network.
KB Home Plans for 81 Condo Units at Bush and Divisadero
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Live high on the hog again with Bacon Bacon reopening
The little cafe , tucked away on an unassuming block on the border of Haight-Ashbury and Cole Valley, made national headlines last year when it was shut down after neighbors complained about bacon fumes drifting into their homes.
Woodbury opens in SoMa
Woodbury opened yesterday to a packed house of ballpark-goers and drinking people alike.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
alui0000 Great article, Rick. There's a lot of energy in the IoT...
Great article, Rick. There's a lot of energy in the IoT community in San Francisco right now.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Review, Prubechu: Flavors of Guam with a loving touch
Sous vide egg with asparagus, avocado and bacon is one of the distinctive items on Prubechu's menu.
Supervisors act to ease housing crisis
The debate over housing in San Francisco spilled into the Board of Supervisors chambers as lawmakers considered several pieces of legislation affecting landlords and tenants.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Easter 2014: Will Costco be open or closed on Easter Sunday?
While some celebrate Easter as a holy day, others think of it as another day to catch up on errands, including shopping.
Photographer Janet Delaney documented changing face of SoMa
Flag makers, Natoma and Third streets, from the book ""South of Market, 1978-1986" by Janet Delaney.
Mouse Infestation Shuts Down SF Chinatown Bakery and Walgreens
An infestation of mice forced a bakery and a Walgreens store in Chinatown to temporarily shut down on Friday, said San Francisco health officials.
The Bold Italic
A Colorful Map of San Francisco's Coffee Shops
If you've ever asked, "Where can I get a cup of coffee around here?" the You Are Here project out of MIT has created a rainbow colored answer.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
New Police Headquarters
The San Francisco Police Department will be changing the boundaries of at least two police districts.
In Celebration of Earth Day, Recology Exhibits at Hyatt Regency San Francisco
In celebration of Earth Day , Hyatt Regency San Francisco is teaming up with Recology to showcase the organization's Artist in Residence program, with a selection of ten sculptures, which will be on display in the hotel's Guinness Book of World Records' "Largest Atrium" through May 5, 2014, 24-hours a day/seven days a week.
The Landmarks: The Jackson Brewing Company Loomed Above Western SoMa
Welcome to The Landmarks , where Curbed takes a look at one of the many San Francisco landmarks, listed either locally or on the National Register of Historic Places.
San Francisco Magazine
Tough Mudder Is Back, and With It the Question: WTF?
Electrocution. Open flames. Sub-zero temperatures. 15-foot drops. Why would ordinary San Franciscans spend a perfectly good weekend subjecting themselves to all this? Saturday is the fourth NorCal Tough Mudder, a 12-mile obstacle course and endurance challenge that's part sporting event and part apocalypse training.
The San Francisco Foghorn
Third Wave Coffee Puts Beans Over Buzz
For many years coffee has been considered more like cheap beer than fine wine, something you drink for its effects rather than how it actually tastes.
Palm House Caribbean bar and grill to open on Union Street
The second-oldest palm tree in the Bay Area is the namesake for Palm House. Photo: Mark Costantini, The Chronicle Fun fact of the day: The lone palm tree towering outside 2032 Union St. in Cow Hollow dates back to the Barbary Coast days.