The very contentious mural featuring a slain Native American will be uncovered and again on full display as a Superior Court judge rules the school board did not follow the appropriate process in covering it.
After digging into a curiously unreported $180,000 loan to a building inspector, the SF City Attorney has won a $1.2 million settlement from a developer who may have benefited from DBI looking the other way.
A couple more additions to the late summer Muni service reinstatements, and the M-Ocean View gets its trains back, and the 31-Balboa returns on a limited route.
Club Fugazi’s upcoming show ‘Dear San Francisco: A High-Flying Love Story’ has big shoes (and hats) to fill, but this highly anticipated “acrobatic love letter” to the city now has tickets on sale and an opening date.
A new "Welcome Center and Counterculture Museum Shop for the Haight” brings a breath of fresh air, and bouquets of fresh flowers, as boutique shop Haight & Ashbury celebrates the neighborhood's rich history.