2013's getting ready to be history, but not before you and yours have one more Auld Lang Syne sing-a-long and raise a glass of cheer.
Sad news comes via SFist about the LA resident and Brazilian native, Paulo Netto, who we alerted readers was missing under suspicious circumstances last month as his remains were identified by relat
On Monday December 23rd the Castro branch of Sterling Bank & Trust (2120 Market Street) was held up and robbed.
Hope your day is filled with the intent and spirit of the season --good friends, good times, abundant joy and love.
On Thursday, December 19th, Bandidos the new Mexican concept restaurant being proposed by Jesse Woodward and Dana Gleim (the creative business team behind the well-regarded LGBT sports bar Hi Tops),
'Looking', the HBO series filmed in the Castro and throughout the City that we've been following since inception, has released a second longer trailer touting its comedic Queer boy wares.
As 2013 draws to a close Paragon Real Estate has put out their annual analysis of City homes sales categorized by neighborhood.
It's Christmas time for many in the Castro.
See's Candies is coming to the Castro.
The City has rolled out the long-anticipated free Wi-Fi service we posted about back in June starting at Castro Street and spanning Market Street all the way to downtown.
Europe's latest architectural design trend, an ecologically sound 'Passive House', based on today's highest level of cutting edge energy conservation has arrived in the Castro.
The holidays equal fun.
As we initially posted in December of 2012 Greystar Developers --based out of Charleston, SC-- obtained the lease for the land at 2198 Market Street in the Castro, former site of the Delancey Street
Correction: Poesia is open for business today not closed for long renovations as earlier posted.
It was announced this week that the Castro's historic and beloved live music sister venues, Cafe Du Nord and the Swedish American Hall (2170 Market Street), have been sold.
One of the last of the old school neighborhood gay bars, The Pilsner Inn (225 Church St.
The developers of the new build at 2175 Market and 15th Street are proposing a 'Market Square' retail space setting on the first floor of the Castro's latest luxury, mixed use retail/condo structure
David Weissman's latest film, We Were Here, the monumental documentary homage about San Francisco's early response to the AIDS pandemic, returns to the Castro Theater on World AIDS Day this Sunday D
Since the Biscuits inception we've posted about different works of street art that have popped up in the neighborhood as we've come across them.
Don't let the big smile and gentle manner fool you -- Cleve Jones is a political scrapper and he knows how to fight the good fight.
Accolades: Word comes via Inside Scoop that the prestigious San Francisco Architectural Heritage organization has inducted three Castro merchants into their hallowed Legacy Bar and Restaurant initiati
Sunday, November 17th, San Francisco's nudity ban was challenged, yet again, at Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro when activists disrobed in an act of civil disobedience and were detained and cited by
A new group calling itself San Francisco Group for Accountable Government (SFGAG) has started an online petition and campaign to block District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener from attending or speaking at
Fall has finally arrived.
On Wednesday morning, a little after 10AM, a MUNI light rail vehicle filled with passengers that was stopped at the Castro Station took off driverless after its operator exited the train attempting