These lovely sidewalk benches are now being declared "unpermitted encroachments" on Mirabel Avenue in Bernal Heights, with the Public Works department now demanding $1,400 permits for benches that have been there as long as 20 years.
China-based developer behind scandal-linked SF project is causing housing development headaches at three sites in San Jose
A real estate firm based in China is causing some major frustrations in San Jose because of a lack of action on a few major development projects. The drama comes after a top executive for Z&L Properties was arrested in London over a bribery and corruption case in San Francisco.
An immersive, virtual-reality exhibit in Richmond lets visitors experience a voyage to space – virtually, that is – and explore a replica of the International Space Station. The exhibit will be in the Richmond waterfront's historic Craneway Pavilion through March.
As the San Francisco SPCA gears up for its 155th anniversary, we took a tour of their adoption facility, because for the next few days, the “fourth-oldest rescue society in the U.S.” will be furr-nishing the pet adoptions for free.
Community group holds Castro Theatre town hall ahead of Historic Preservation Commission meeting [Updated]
Last Thursday, a coalition of community groups held a Castro Theatre town hall ahead of two consequential public meetings about the theatre's landmark status and preservation of its seats.
Thanks to muralist Natalie Gabriel, Carol Doda, the iconic stripper who shimmied her way to international fame as a topless dancer in the 60s and 70s has returned to North Beach in a new mural at wine bar Bodega.