The "Living Innovation Zone," created in partnership with the Exploratorium, is intended to activate and improve safety at UN Plaza.
Gluten-free bakery Glütless has become a permanent fixture on the edge of Union Square.
After four years as Studio Botan, 8th Street's pole dancing studio has a new owner, name and focus.
Up On Top is one of the many programs that keeps the Tenderloin's children actively learning through the summer months.
The Calistoga-based vineyard's SoMa tasting room was designed to offer a wine-country experience to urban dwellers.
The family of four has been crammed into a Tenderloin studio, after losing their Mission two-bedroom in November's tire shop fire.
Six high school students, taught by a professional architect, have spent the past six months designing a new Living Innovation Zone on Fulton Street.
There'll be hearts and love, plus "some despair, weirdness and vice" at the Tenderloin art space tonight.
Since 2013, youth from the Tenderloin have been involved in a photojournalism project that's been turned into an exhibit and now, a book.
Rapid change spreading through SoMa doesn't threaten the current owners of Mars Bar one bit.
The Chou family has lived in a studio apartment for decades, but they're about to upgrade through the city's BMR ownership program.
There's no sign on this little cocktail and oyster bar, so you have to be in the know to find it—and that's just how the owners like it.
The new Living Innovation Zone, designed by high school students, is intended to bridge the Main Library and the Asian Art Museum.
Last year's $9.3 million renovation transformed the park with a new open layout, basketball court and clubhouse.
Construction on the sewer system below Bryant Street between Eight and Ninth won't let up until early next year.
The university will open the doors of its McAllister Tower Apartments for an afternoon of Halloween fun for neighborhood youth.
NEAT (New Experiments in Art and Technology) opens its doors to the public today at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
VYDC is opening up their space for "Friday Hangouts," in the hopes of encouraging youth to take advantage of mental-health counseling.
The art-heavy restaurant, whose lease is up next year, hopes to continue providing food and artistic energy to a changing Folsom corridor.
The leather and kink fest will return to SoMa this Sunday, September 27th.
Bill Weber's iconic jazz mural is undergoing a massive restoration, thanks to recent funding and community assistance.
The SoMa bar now features live music on Tuesdays, as well as a reconfigured interior and new fall cocktail menu.
The organization recruits members in their teens and early twenties with a history of homelessness.
The free program supports the educational aspirations of adults hoping to catch up after life's circumstances get in the way of schooling.
Two formerly homeless clients discuss the difference the organization has made in their lives.