Friday May 17
The Top Five Things to Do in Houston This Weekend: Pam Ann:Cockpit,...
Thankfully ameliorating the perils of modern flight with her Mad Men -era attendant's cap and saber-sharp punch lines, that gorgeous standup stew from Australia jets back into Houston this Friday with the appropriately titled Pam Ann: Cockpit! The title is appropriate in that you'll see more gay men in her audience than on a junket to San Francisco ... (more)
Friday May 17
San Francisco Rated #2 Best City for Biking in the Country
Last month's international ranking of the best biking cities in the country didn't include a single United States city.
Tue May 14, 2013
We're No. 2 for biking - in the U.S.
Perhaps you recall last week's rankings from a cycling blog that found not a single U.S. city among the most bike-friendly cities in the world.
San Francisco's Real Start-up Secret Sauce
I didn't grow up in Silicon Valley. My parents weren't engineers. My dad was a Navy pilot; my mom was a mom.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Man beaten with rock in San Francisco on Sunday night
A 61-year-old man was beaten in the head with a rock in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood Sunday night, police said today.
Derrick May Proves Detroit Techno Is Still Alive at Public Works
The evening began at Terroir , a wine bar in SOMA, drinking expensive bottles of wine for a French friend's birthday .
Thu May 09, 2013
Two Sea-Loving a Brave Hearts a Put Themselves on Ice for Environment
Matthew McFadyen and Cameron Webb take their Norseboat 17.5 for a test ride from the Bay View Boat Club.
Bike to Work Day in San Francisco
Great idea and from what I had seen driving in to work this a.m. there were quite a few bikes on the streets here in the City.
What's New in San Francisco's BBQ Scene
San Francisco has never been known as a barbecue town, but that seems to be changing with pitmasters turning up the heat.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
Beware: Retailers Tracking Your Every Shopping Move
It may or may not surprise Nordstrom shoppers to learn that the upscale department store chain uses their smartphones to track them as they move through a store.
Golden Gate Xpress
Diatribe advances legacy of female artists
Establishing an artistic medium for creative output is of utmost importance to artists.
Mon May 06, 2013
2013 Aia Cote Top Ten Plus Winner: 355 11th Street
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Fri May 03, 2013
New office towers to crowd San Francisco skyline
Size: 400,000 square feet. Developer: Jay Paul Corp. Architect: HellerManus. Tenant: TBD.
Thu May 02, 2013
Hines hits Rincon Hill with housing proposal
Hines , which is building the 1.4 million-square-foot Transbay Tower with Boston Properties, has filed an application to build a 184-unit complex at 525 Harrison St., currently the Factory nightclub.
Wed May 01, 2013
Giving Back: The Stone Foxes Play The Fillmore
Back when local rockers the Stone Foxes were just beginning, their main goal was simply landing a gig at the humble Hotel Utah.
Bay Area competes for business
When it comes to attracting Chinese tech companies to the Bay Area, San Francisco is giving Silicon Valley a run for its money.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
How Weird Street Faire 2013: San Francisco Gathers For SF's Strangest Festival
Over the weekend, thousands of Bay Area residents pulled their neon pink furry boots of the closet and headed down to San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood for the 13th annual How Weird Street Faire.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Are The Big Plans For San Francisco's Central Corridor Big Enough?
With a pressing need to support the City's projected job growth and continued economic development, San Francisco's Planning Department has spent the past two years developing the growth plan and strategy for San Francisco's Central Corridor , "a high-demand area with excellent regional transit accessibility, adjacency to existing job centers, ... (more)
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Boom life: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore talks about 'The End of San Francisco'
A picture of Brian Giggin's iconic site-specific sculpture "Defenestration " is pictured on the cover of Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore's latest book, The End of San Francisco -- which I reviewed in this week's Guardian .
Drills arrive to bore new SF Central Subway tunnel
San Francisco's Central Subway project took a major step forward early Thursday with the arrival of the massive $12.5 million drills that will bore deep under the city's Chinatown District.