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Foreign Cinema's Fruit "Pop Tarts" Makes 4 tarts Gayle Pire and John Clark's ode to the classic kids' breakfast treat is one of their Mission... [Read More]
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"She cooked for dead-broke uncles, hungover brothers, shade-tree mechanics, faith healers, dice shooters, hairdressers, pipefitters, crop dusters, high-steel walkers, and well diggers," Rick Bragg writes... [Read More]
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There's turmoil surrounding the East Bay growth of one of Berkeley's most popular independent supermarkets. According to a lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court... [Read More]
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Award-winning chef Michael Mina's acclaimed restaurant group, which last year launched Ayesha Curry's International Smoke restaurant chain, is being sued by current and former employees... [Read More]
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At the 9-month-old Foxsister on 24th Street in the Mission District, our round of soju slushies is followed by chips and dip: puffy, oversize pork... [Read More]
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An elevated railroad track in the middle of Manhattan doesn't sound like a good prospect for a beautiful and innovative urban park, but the High... [Read More]
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David Alhadeff had a literary reference in mind when he expanded his The Future Perfect design boutique in San Francisco. "I thought, maybe this can... [Read More]
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Philz Coffee 5 Embarcadero Center. 415-321-1499. www.philzcoffee.com Vibe: Quick & caffeinated Don't miss: Any of the customizable pour-overs. Blue Bottle Coffee 66 Mint Plaza. Also... [Read More]
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To improve the quality of our water and the health of our rivers and the San Francisco Bay-Delta, the State Water Resources Control Board is... [Read More]
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Ambition isn't something that's in short supply these days at 165 O'Farrell St. in Union Square. The six-story brick building is in the throes of... [Read More]
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This week, design and architecture disciples have shuttled to dozens of workshops and talks about visual culture. Organized around San Francisco Design Week, many events... [Read More]
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Board of Supervisors President London Breed made San Francisco history Wednesday as she was assured of becoming the first African American woman to be elected... [Read More]
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The Mountain View-Los Altos High School District has paid a settlement to the family of a former student who said the school district failed to... [Read More]
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As part of a nationwide effort to stop the exploitation of children on the internet, Contra Costa County investigators arrested two men in sting operations,... [Read More]
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A 20-year-old woman who eluded authorities for nearly three months was arrested Monday in Virginia after taking part in two home invasions in Sonoma County... [Read More]
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For a week, San Francisco political insiders huddled every afternoon in the bland basement of City Hall to get the latest vote counts in the... [Read More]
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On the ninth day of counting, the San Francisco mayor's race finally was settled. Supervisor London Breed narrowly edged former state Sen. Mark Leno under... [Read More]
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Sue Beatty stood underneath the towering giant sequoias of the Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park this week, but instead of looking up, she focused... [Read More]
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An Oakland man who became known as "Jogger Joe" when he paused during a run to throw away a homeless man's makeshift camp beside Lake... [Read More]
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The latest attempt to split California into smaller states elicited little more than eye-rolling and smirks Wednesday at state Democratic Party headquarters, where the majority... [Read More]
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