A seasonal Filipino-themed market will launch its third season this weekend in a new location on Stevenson Street.
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A popular bakery expands to the Inner Sunset, a beer-focused pop-pup closes on Polk making way for a new BBQ spot and a café opens at the iconic Coit Tower.
Construction on the development, which preserves the existing building and includes 5 affordable units, will take about 18 months
Jim Siegel, perhaps the longest-running Upper Haight business owner, on his new "legacy" status and 43 years on Haight.
The enduring influence of one of the civil rights movements founder’s is being recognized this month through an exhibit hosted by the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA
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New Rockridge popup serves Mexican fast food staples for breakfast and lunch
Artist the Apexer (Ricardo Richey) brightens up the basketball courts at the Hayes Valley Playground.
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Grab some French food this Bastille Day at one of these San Francisco restaurants. Bon Appetit!
Gloomy July weather forecast to continue into next week. Read on for more details.
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Sample restaurants in Jack London Square, try out some French cuisine, soak up the sounds of Shawn Mendes and more this weekend in Oakland.
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Whether you're in the mood for music, shopping or strolling, this summer weekend has plenty of indoor and outdoor activities to offer.
Median rents in the Inner Sunset hover around $2,695 for a one-bedroom, compared to $3,390 for SF as a whole.
The next time you're craving a quick dose of vitamin C, these three new spots will provide you with a fix.
A home-invasion suspect rearranged items in a home before watering the flowers and preparing to walk the owner's pet.
Plus, a new Thai eatery near Union Square.
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Whether you're craving lamb vindaloo or heirloom tomato salad with burrata, this Indian-meets-American eatery has something for you.
Some bus lines are returning to the Transit Center this weekend, nine months after it was shut down for a safety issue.
A man was sent to the hospital in life-threatening condition after a car break-in escalated to a hit-and-run in the Legion of Honor parking lot.
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Business owners say Public Works promised not to disrupt summer tourist foot traffic with construction, then suddenly reversed its plan.
SF's northside has three new businesses — including the sequel to a popular Castro dessert spot.
Plus, a meal-in-a-bowl eatery arrives downtown later this week.
The Lower Polk CBD is aiming to activate the freshly renovated alley with events, starting with an "outdoor cinema" showcase.
Just weeks after enduring controversy for its rainbow-painted Zen garden rock, the restaurant has closed its doors.
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Police are still searching for an unidentified male suspect.
"Their work has influenced dance theater, nationally and internationally," Mayor London Breed said.
A new breakfast and burger joint opens in the Tenderloin, a country-themed bar opens in the Marina, and a Korean-inspired drinking den to soon go Italian-style.
"It's very hard to find child-friendly things in this city," says owner Ngan Pham of her motivations for opening the studio.
Here's this week's weather forecast.
The Japanese retailer is aiming to open its first Northern California storefront on Haight Street.
Crimes as a whole are down since last month, though a few specific crimes, like assault, are on the rise.
It's easy to spot lines out the door, but some underlying trends are harder to see.
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