Explore a San Francisco artist's unique children's hat collection, get prepared to vote, or join a discussion with an acclaimed novelist.
The program, administered by the SF District Attorney's office, will reimburse merchants up to $1,000 for replacing broken windows.
Officials were only able to identify the victim after putting out a public call to determine his identity.
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One driver flipped their car, while the other driver collided with a light pole in front of the Oak Gourmet corner store.
Learn about nature photography, experience one artist's interpretation of the pandemic in a studio tour, or listen in on an author talk.
Stand-up paddle boarder Adam Zolot hopes to introduce neighbors to a "great social distancing activity" at the Dogpatch's new park.
Learn how to write a good resume, join a belly dance class or tune in to an open mic night.
Join a calming meditation, tune in to listen to a drag performance or get a backstage pass to explore how operas come alive.
"We held on as long as we could," said owner Rusty Olson.
Investigators are still seeking the source of the fuel leak in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, which is home to sea lions and other marine life.
Three blocks of the Tenderloin will be closed to cars for outdoor dining and shopping.
Admission to both museums will be free for their first two weeks of resumed operation.
Join a vinyasa class, experience the Autumn Moon Festival or listen in on a session with a legendary jazz musician.
A celebration of local filmmakers and artists, Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema has shifted to a drive-in format for its 17th season.
Popular nightclub The Uptown is also set to close.
This week's business brief is full of causes for celebration, including some reopenings, added service and an expansion.
More business closures are taking place downtown.
Learn about the relationship between humans and nature, tune in to a session about a historic student strike in 1968, or hear from community members about the Valencia Street closure.
With improvements and plantings complete, Rec & Park reopened the Stanyan entrance to Golden Gate Park to the public this month.
Restaurants say they've lost business from the closure, which was intended to promote safety for Muni's now-pulled train service.
The 34-year-old print shop, owned by an immigrant family from Hong Kong, was destroyed in last week's fire.
Celebrate Emperor Norton, learn about a San Francisco disco legend, or get an update on COVID-19 on the six-month anniversary of San Francisco’s shelter-in-place order.
With September's planned event a no-go, organizers are shifting to a digital offering that promotes musicians, vendors and SoMa nightlife.
Three of the city's most prominent museums are readying to reopen, with one returning next week.
Join a ballet class, learn about classical rabbinic texts or discover the plants and animals of Cape Town.
In a first-of-its-kind program, the city plans to open the field to kids three days a week, while keeping its playgrounds closed.
A new survey from the site's development team seeks input on potential uses for its ground floor space.
San Franciscans are being asked to weigh in on the three proposed designs for new city trash cans.
Tune in to a seated meditation, learn about the history of the Fillmore district or have some fun during a comedy night.
Learn about Diego Rivera's San Francisco murals, attend a city-hopping drag show or hear about transcendent art.
The signs protecting the city's new network of car-free streets have been repeatedly vandalized, graffitied and hit by cars.
No one was injured, but it's unclear how extensive the damage to the two businesses will be.
Plus, Adams Point has a new zero-waste cafe offering coffee, ice cream and bubble tea.
The city also provided updates on when places of worship and in-person schooling are likely to return.
Join a ballet class, tune in to a jazz session or be part of trivia night.
No arrest was made in the collision.
The ongoing fire is burning in the light well of the building, which contains seven apartments on three floors.
Hear a talk from the former U.S. Surgeon General, get the scoop on coastal biodiversity or learn how voting can go mathematically wrong.
The neighborhood has now lost 20 businesses since the start of shelter-in-place.
Eerie scenes of daily life are unfolding today under vivid red and orange skies.