We found out how much new neighbors paid and asked about potential ground-floor tenants.
"We had a good run," said manager Ken Valencia.
Radner devoted himself to saving a neighborhood swim club from being razed to build luxury condos.
A fixture in local bars and cafés, the local author had celebrated his birthday the day before, surrounded by family and friends.
A 44-year-old woman randomly stabbed two strangers near a playground in broad daylight.
A mural intended to beautify the neighborhood quickly turned into an eyesore.
A retail strategy report outlines a vision for drawing more residents to the city's top tourist destination.
The Public Administrator's office will step in if you die without a will, but it's best to prepare for the inevitable.
A floating community of 20 houseboats on Mission Creek is a bucolic oasis with birds, sea life and serene water views right outside the door.
The forum's new home brings cutting-edge technology and architecture to an historic site.
The agency seeks feedback on a slate of recommendations for updating the city's Waterfront Plan.
The tourist mecca seeks $13 million in funding to complete street improvements to the busy district.
Ernest Beyl is releasing a new book in time for his 90th birthday.
The owners are aiming to offer something "hip and trendy" to the Chinatown community.
We have some disappointing news for lovers of hearty Italian sandwiches.
The exchange's all-female staff was required to memorize every customer's phone number and address—more than 3,000 of them.
Events highlight everything from the 100th anniversary of the Preparedness Day Parade bombing to the plight of modern-day rideshare workers.
Check the schedules on the Fisherman's Wharf Community Benefit District website and Pier 39 site for details on the 9:30pm fireworks show, live bands, viewing cruises, where to watch and more.
The company's second SF location has a larger selection of ice cream and cookie flavors than its trailer at Fisherman's Wharf.
The committee voted 3–0 to recommend that the full board vote on a term sheet for the circus dinner theater's anticipated return to the Embarcadero.
After some delays, Dabba is on track to serve up Indian-inspired bowls, burritos and tacos at its first brick-and-mortar location in early July.
Ian Hespelt, 39, was arrested last September after a widely circulated video showed him smashing a Zipcar repeatedly with a U-lock. Last week, he pleaded guilty to felony assault and vandalism.
Rec & Park says the kiosk will provide a better visitor experience, but opponents say the intent is to bring in more money.
Plainclothes officers took down three suspects who laid in wait for, and then robbed, three tourists from Argentina.
Burglars ransacked Grace Jewelry, netting possibly $2–$4 million in less than 12 minutes; the owner is offering a $25,000 reward for information on the suspects.