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Expect crowded public transportation, street closures and Muni reroutes.
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The transit center is back after a 9-month closure for structural safety issues — but buses are still to come.
A new cocktail bar and New American spot has made its debut in the neighborhood. Read on for more details.
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Most of Washington Square Park will be off-limits this summer to allow for renovations aimed at reducing the site’s water usage.
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Shop owner Colleen Schmidt is moving to Bali to open a yoga retreat and wellness center.
San Francisco won't be seeing a return to the scorching temperatures of earlier this month anytime soon.
A new artist has taken up residency in North Beach, bringing with him a collection of colorful artwork.
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Summer is officially here — and so are the outdoor events.
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The leather goods shop, based in Venice, CA, has closed its San Francisco location.
The latest SF companies to secure funding include Collective Health, Swiftly and Aquabyte.
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If the ideal start to your summer involves famous comedians, pygmy goats, and free ice cream, you're in for a great weekend.
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As debate continues to swirl over the proposed removal of street trees in Hayes Valley, one has already been felled.
Headliners include members of Big Brother & the Holding Company, Sly & the Family Stone, Santana, Jefferson Starship and more.
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"Concerned neighbors on Ivy Street" have posted signs in the area, requesting that "Hayes Valley Heart Lovers" keep the crosswalk free of graffiti.
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