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Driving down Interstate 5 last Thursday night, Lightning in a Bottle attendees got to witness something you don't often see in Central California any time... [Read More]
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MOST OUTSTANDING QUEER BAR Jolene's 2700 16th St., jolenessf.com "You are safe here," the pink triangle neon sign says, but it would be more accurate... [Read More]
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BEST NEW MUSIC VENUE August Hall 420 Mason St., augusthallsf.com Opening a new music venue in San Francisco is quite the perilous task. In addition... [Read More]
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BEST REASON NOT TO MOVE IN THE FENCES AT ORACLE PARK Taunting Relief Pitchers When outfielder Mac Williamson was assigned to rejoin the San Francisco... [Read More]
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MOST DECADENT BITE PRAIRIE's guanciale-wrapped mochi 3431 19th St., prairiesf.com Longtime Delfina veteran Anthony Strong ran Locanda for awhile only to depart for this free-spirited... [Read More]
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NOBLEST CITY HALL MOMENT Mayor London Breed Standing up for the Homeless Quick history lesson: The Flushing Remonstrance is a little-remembered 1657 rebuke by a... [Read More]
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BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE Good Vibrations 1620 Polk St., goodvibes.com It's possible that no retail experience carries more implicit discomfort and unease than shopping for a... [Read More]
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On-again, off-again public servant Dan White walked into San Francisco's City Hall on Nov. 27, 1978 and unloaded his gun into Mayor George Moscone. The... [Read More]
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San Francisco supervisors took the first step in shutting down the city's Juvenile Hall Thursday, voting 3-0 in support during the Government Audit and Oversight... [Read More]
The two Indie bands Now,Now and Foxing co-headlined a tour with Daddy Issues last night on Wednesday, May 15th in San Francisco. The two bands... [Read More]
It's a bit drizzly out there today, so the original launch date has been pushed back a week, but Presidio Twilight will return for the... [Read More]
State Sen. Scott Wiener's controversial housing bill that would have upzoned most of San Francisco has been postponed until 2020, California lawmakers decided on Thursday.... [Read More]
If you want to move like Jagger, you have to maintain your health — even if you are Jagger. The Rolling Stones were initially supposed... [Read More]
San Francisco is a great town for bakers, bakeries, and lovers of both. Over the past 10 years, the Bay Area has become an essential... [Read More]
Like rap albums from the '90s that warned buyers of "explicit content" or X-rated Hollywood films from the late '60s that announced "Persons under 16... [Read More]
While evaluating the Old World dirtiness of the Italian wines on Fiorella Polk's list, my dinner companion engaged with the sommelier at more than just... [Read More]
Shirley Jackson's most famous works ­­­— "The Lottery," The Haunting of Hill House — have been so profoundly influential on the last half-century of horror... [Read More]
Rising almost three stories over Downtown Oakland, Jet Martinez's calla lilies may be the art world's biggest. They're certainly bigger than Diego Rivera's famous depictions... [Read More]
The threats that survivors of domestic violence face last long after that first 911 call. In efforts to escape dangerous relationships, they may be uprooted... [Read More]
"My grandma and grandpa are old tradition. They're rooted," Jocelyn Mati says. "When they saw me with handcuffs on they started crying. I felt ashamed.... [Read More]
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