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Samuel Youmtoub, the "well-dressed" man who was arrested after a viral video made the rounds showed him brutally kicking a homeless man on May 24, is... [Read More]
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A late-night fire at a large apartment complex on the corner of Hayes and Baker streets has displaced 18 people and several pets.  The San... [Read More]
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After taking months to come up with public bank models criticized for not living up to the full potential, the Treasurer's Office has a new... [Read More]
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In an attempt to curb retail deserts across the city, San Francisco leaders introduced two complementary proposals to crack down on vacant storefronts and speed... [Read More]
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Hunters Point spa and bathhouse Archimedes Banya offers massage and spa services, mineral baths, and rooftop yoga sessions, all featuring gorgeous India Basin views like... [Read More]
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is famous for its perennial snubs. Yes, almost all the indisputably great figures from the true rock canon... [Read More]
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  Wavves, a L.A. surf-punk band, played the first of their two shows at the Fillmore last night with Spiritual Cramp and Beach Fossils. Following... [Read More]
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Find yourself a dark corner of the Bay Area and look south tonight, for the Geminids are upon us. Well, not literally upon us (phew). But... [Read More]
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Every year on Dec. 31, Americans bundle up and brave the crowds — or put on pajamas and hunker down in front of the TV... [Read More]
In the coming years, the majestic sandstone building that sits on Fifth and Mission streets may offer far more uses than a New Year's Eve... [Read More]
In Illness as Metaphor, Susan Sontag's monograph that appeared a mere three years before the existence of HIV came to light, she inveighs against victim-blaming... [Read More]
As a symbol of power, the White House has been a site of protest from almost the time it was rebuilt in the early 19th... [Read More]
It's safe to say that ramen-mania has long since peaked, although it hasn't yet entered its drag-racing-in-Miami or hotboxing-its-private-jet phases. The days of people deliriously... [Read More]
The relationship between making great music and working in a way that feels optimal may not be one-to-one. For Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion of... [Read More]
The live performances of Preoccupations, the four-piece post-punk band from Calgary, are captivating for several reasons. There is the brooding presence of bassist and lead... [Read More]
A years-in-the-making revamp of Market Street received a boost with a $15 million grant from the federal government on Tuesday.   Funds from the U.S. Department... [Read More]
"I remember being terrified," Jake Godby recalls of the first day of Humphry Slocombe, the ice-cream shop he and cofounder Sean Vahey opened on Harrison... [Read More]
If there is one thing San Francisco loves, it's lines. There's nothing like a long line of curious pedestrians to vault your business into the... [Read More]
P-Funk George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic 7:30 p.m., Sunday and Monday, Dec. 16-17, at The Independent. $60; theindependentsf.com Either as a solo artist or through the... [Read More]
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is human garbage. His reign of terror has lasted decades, but someday his tenure will blessedly end. When it... [Read More]
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