Concerns about San Francisco’s decaying light poles were ignited Monday night after one corroded by urine toppled onto a car, narrowly missing the driver.
The 48-year-old San Francisco Bay Guardian has printed its last issue. According to the SF Weekly, it was founded by a husband-and-wife team looking to "print the news and raise hell." I never had the chance to read it (I like reading alt-weeklies from around the country whenever I find one) but judging from the…
...during evening rush hour today. If the video embed works.
SAN FRANCISCO – Despite its roaring opening weekend success at the box office, earning $93.2 million and quickly securing its place as one of the most popular movies of 2014, the King of Monsters has failed to win the hearts of at least one city: San Francisco, the main setting of the film.
I love how Sea Cliff is simply labeled "Nope" and the Sunset is full of shut-ins. I live in the neighborhood marked "SF Natives" but I snuck in from NY.
Oh, San Francisco, you were cool before being cool was cool. But look at what you've become.
Five-year-old Miles is currently battling leukemia and so the Make-a-Wish Foundation is giving him a much more entertaining battle to fight. On November 15th, San Francisco will become Miles' very own Gotham City, which he will patrol as Batkid.
San Francisco magazine has published a weird — I don't even know what to call it: apology? Explanation? Self-abuse in print? — thing about how an article they published in their print magazine, about six major tech bloggers, contained no women among the six (though, for the record, Sam Biddle was included. Nitasha…