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As Mayor Breed continues to defy hotel room legislation, many city supervisors are hunting for vacant properties to use as tent camps.
SF's famed bakery is renowned for its $17 sandwiches and $75 cakes — but the workers who make them say they can't make ends meet.
The gala will include a silent auction, cabaret performance and champagne toast all to benefit the historic pipe organ.
Captain Pagano will inherit a police station with relatively little violent crime, but a host of longstanding tensions.
"It's with heavy hearts that we bid farewell to someone as loving, funny, and talented as Kelsey O'Leary," the bar posted on Facebook.
This is your friendly, neighbor-oriented primer on what to expect and how to get by.
A stubborn horse tied up Market St., teachers and grocery clerks went on strike, and a late local celebrity was remembered.
Larger blue bins (and smaller black ones) boost recycling and divert waste from landfills.
The Asian-American family received threatening messages over the 'Black Lives Matter' sign in their window.
"No one created any ruckus, but we were stuck and trapped for a long time," said a passenger.
Which neighborhood would you choose—Sunset or Richmond?
From filmmakers and musicians to community activists and store owners, these 12 remarkable SF women are worth celebrating.
Fed up with Trump's travel ban, one Mexican-born Inner Sunsetter "had to do something."