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Contra Costa Times
Q&A: Stitch Fix founder Katrina Lake, on melding fashion and technology
You're a busy woman who doesn't have time to shop for clothes. But what if a stylist mailed you five pieces of clothing, specifically chosen for you, and you bought what you liked and mailed the rest back in a prepaid envelope? That's the business model behind Stitch Fix, a San Francisco-based startup that is equal parts technology and retail and ... (more)
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Fun with Urban Planning: Growing Push for T-Line Extension to Fisherman's Wharf
MUNI's Central Subway tunnel boring machines have already made it past Union Square and are inching their way towards Chinatown.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Join librarians at the South San Francisco Public Library for a week of eBook workshops from March 24-30.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Mistrial declared in attempted motel rape case
Newly uncovered surveillance video prompted a mistrial Thursday in the second trial of a South San Francisco motel clerk whose first conviction for allegedly groping and attempting to rape a maid was overturned because a judge found that race had been improperly inserted into the case.
Man looks to move forward after Peninsula boat crash
A former college dean, who moved to the Bay Area, is trying to figure out how to move forward, after he lost everything he owned.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
South S.F. gang member pleads guilty in triple slaying
A 21-year-old gang member pleaded guilty Thursday to possession and use of a gun during a 2010 triple killing in South San Francisco.
Inside Bay Area
Bay Area police agencies, IRS warning about pervasive tax season phone scam
Police departments throughout the Bay Area are warning residents about a prolific scam in which suspects pose as Internal Revenue Service agents and ask victims to pay outstanding taxes using a reloadable card.
It's Official! San Francisco Bans Bottled Water on City Property
In a permanent extension of a 2007 law, San Francisco has made it illegal for the City to buy or distribute plastic water bottles.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
After Mission Bay fire, blog tackles common questions
Firefighters battle the five-alarm fire that destroyed an apartment building under construction in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco.
High Winds Rip Sailboats From Moorings In South San Francisco
A sailboat is stranded on the rocks near Oyster Point Marina in South San Francisco, March 12, 2014.
Contra Costa Times
Pacheco man pleads not guilty in South San Francisco police chase, attempted freeway carjacking
A Pacheco man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to leading South San Francisco police on a chase through city streets then trying to carjack motorists waiting on the offramp.
SFBG Politics Blog
The miraculous and mysterious, disappearing, reappearing Clean Power SF data
Now you see it, now you don't. Data on CleanPower SF scrubbed from a city report on renewable energy.
Golden Gate Xpress
Textile artist creates artwork from garbage
Hands are a textile crafter's most important tool. With each grab, flick and pull, even the slightest flaw could put his work in the trash.
Journalist's guide to writing the trend piece on San Francisco
San Francisco Chronicle writers Joe Garofoli and Peter Hartlaub have finally had it with all the out of town reporters parachuting in to do stories on the tensions between the tech millionaires and real San Franciscans.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
IRS Phone Scam Hits Victims On The Peninsula
The Internal Revenue Service is warning the public of a widespread phone scam in which phony IRS agents get victims to pay money based on false tax bills.
FBI looking into pasts of 1976 Gypsy Hill murder victims
A special joint task force of FBI agents and several San Mateo County law enforcement agencies met Tuesday to sift through leads in the hopes of solving a string of murders that occurred 38 years ago.
"Love and Demons": Giving Voice to Temptation
Love and Demons We live in a beautiful city, and it provides an appropriately lovely backdrop for J.P. Allen's bracingly dark comedy Love and Demons , a film whose ideas and performances overcome its extremely limited budget.
San Francisco Magazine
Voters on Housing Crisis: Do Everything
San Francisco is a great place to live. Just don't ask about how much it costs to live here or how hard it is to find housing.
Inside the Tasteless Private Clubhouse San Franciscans Love to Hate
There was a valet stationed outside The Battery on Sunday night. Even for private clubhouse with a $2,400 annual fee, this seemed superfluous.