Community & Society in ...
As the city responds to the Tenderloin lawsuit by clearing camps there, homeless people are flooding into Hayes Valley, neighbors say.
Fun & Entertainment in ...
The Bay Area recently lost two veteran sex clubs to COVID-19. But others say they're confident they can survive it — and that a new law may grow their ranks.
Politics & Govt in ...
The U.S. Post Office at Fox Plaza in Civic Center is not closing — despite a confusing letter recently sent to customers with P.O. boxes at that location.
After years of issues with insufficient cans and trash-pickers, the Tenderloin is hoping for a permanent solution to its street trash issue.
On May 6, the city released an eight-point plan to turn around the Tenderloin. We investigated its progress — and found almost none.
Crime & Emergencies in ...
Robbery suspects attacked victims with hammers, power tools, and in one case, a padlock.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed on Monday fear the city's COVID-19 response plan will only exacerbate the neighborhood's ongoing, pre-existing problems.
Tenderloin station police have been busy in the weeks since our last roundup, including several robberies at gunpoint, a 15-hour standoff, and a machete attack.
Arts & Culture in ...
Created by artists quarantined at home, the ad-hoc show may ultimately be "a time capsule of this moment in history," says the museum's director.
A knife-wielding suspect barricaded himself inside a Tenderloin building early this morning, leading to an hours-long standoff with police.
In one incident, a 50-year-old man was attacked with a wheelchair by a main in his twenties.
The SFPD has opened a "foot beat" office in Mid-Market that will combine officers from the four surrounding police stations.
In one incident, a suspect followed a man into a bathroom and then robbed him at gunpoint.