The popular al fresco piano concert series returns as a shorter five-day affair, but still with many key figures from the local jazz, classical, and pop music scenes.
San Francisco artist Optimist Williams says he grew up decorating his Trapper Keepers with paper Muni transfers, and using the now defunct tickets to record little memories, like scraps in a diary.
The Panoramic SoMa is the latest of the four buildings proposed for homeless housing that’s getting a rocky reception from neighborhood residents.
Juri Commons, a tiny park connecting Guerrero Street and San Jose Avenue, reopened in a Monday ribbon-cutting with new plants, play spaces, and exercise gear.
Last week, the San Francisco Public Works Department replanted nearly half a dozen palm trees along the 400 and 500 blocks of Castro Street.
The aftermath of a 700,000-gallon water spill at the Stern Grove outdoor concert facility didn’t just cancel one show, it may cancel the entire Stern Grove 2022 concert season.
A famous Bay Area festival that brings thousands of visitors to Half Moon Bay every fall has been canceled for a second straight year due to coronavirus.
In this edition: a Castro nightclub appears closer to reopening, a new hair removal salon has been proposed, an unnamed coffee shop fills a long-vacant space, and another coffee shop opens while one remains temporarily closed.
The Union Furniture Company went out of business in the 1970s and its vintage sign has become an eyesore, but an incoming cannabis dispensary won approval to restore it.
One of only two hotels in Japantown, the Kimpton Buchanan Hotel, has been identified as one of four properties around SF that the city hopes to purchase by the end of the year to turn into permanent homeless housing, but neighbors are pushing back.
The San Francisco Lowrider Council celebrates its 40th anniversary with a three-week art show at the Mission Cultural Center, and a Mission Street lowrider rally scheduled for Saturday, September 18.
Can an affordable housing nonprofit sell off land bought with taxpayer dollars if they’re not using the land? That dispute is playing out in Diamond Heights.
The eight-story, 21-unit residential building being planned on the site of the historic Grubstake Diner (1525 Pine Street) has hit another hurdle this week, as we learn that an appeal has been filed opposing the project.
After a 19-month hiatus, the non-profit venture UNDSCVRD SF will host its first in-person event on October 16, which will feature a culture crawl through the SoMa Pilipinas Culture District.
Well-loved, 11-year-old Dogpatch ice cream shop Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous (699 22nd St.) is remaining open as an ice cream shop, however its co-founder and owner, Annabelle Topacio, has sold it to a new owner, and its name will be changing to Sunday Social come October.
An employee is taking over the Castro’s Dog Eared Books location on September 15, and the bookshop will take on the new name Fabulosa Books.
The Sunset Mercantile and its community partners will host the first in a new series of monthly live music events on Saturday, August 28, outdoors at 37th Avenue and Pacheco Street.
Upscale Neopolitan-style pizza place Fiorella will open its third San Francisco location Monday, their first to have a hard liquor license and a rooftop deck.
Hoodline's Bay Area Day Trips series is exploring a lesser-known corner of the region: Solano County.
The future of car-free Saturdays and Sundays along a two-block section of Castro's 18th Street is uncertain and on indefinite pause after the Castro Merchants cut ties with its event producer.
A new study indicates that exposure to smoke can make COVID-19 worse. As the smoke season arrives and local kids head back to school en masse, what does this mean for the Bay Area?
Both the Cliff House and Louis’ Restaurant locations will be getting new restaurant tenants, but we won’t know who they are until all sorts of National Park Service red tape and bureaucratic hurdles get worked out.
Cozy Castro bar Last Call (3988 18th St. at Sanchez St.) is set to reopen next week under new ownership after a 17-month hiatus caused by the shelter-in-place restrictions.
The St. Anthony’s Foundation is leading the effort to create the Golden Gate Greenway, a block-long full closure of the avenue between Leavenworth and Jones streets, to provide new community space in the Tenderloin.
Groups like Walk SF and the SF Bicycle Coalition are rallying to keep the Great Highway car-free, and have an unexpected ally in state senator Scott Wiener.