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The San Francisco Police Department has released the name of its main suspect in the death of Anthony Torres, aka Bubbles. On Sept. 9, 2017, Bubbles was... [Read More]
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If you want proof that Washington, D.C. is hardwired for Republicanism, ask yourself this: What would be the response if a Democratic president talked about... [Read More]
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Angela Alioto, a candidate for mayor and former supervisor, sent out a press release through her law firm Friday afternoon announcing that she "commits to... [Read More]
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  Treasure Island is going through a transitional phase so massive that its eponymous music festival had to take a hiatus. (It will emerge at... [Read More]
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If you haven't caught the flu yet count your blessings, because it seriously sucks this year. It hit early, and the Department of Public Health... [Read More]
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"Sorry I'm late, a month late," exclaimed John Mayer as he took the stage last night at The Masonic for Radio Alice 97.3 annual Alice... [Read More]
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San Francisco's first homicide victim of the year was a 59-year-old man, according to information sent out by SFPD this morning. The incident took place... [Read More]
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A marijuana boutique wants to smoke out the pay-to-play system at City Hall, and they just filed a lawsuit charging that cronyism and gobs of... [Read More]
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An airplane nearly landed on the wrong runway at San Francisco International Airport on Tuesday, the third incident since July. When Aeromexico Flight 668 was... [Read More]
The actor Danny Scheie led the audience around the auditorium like a drill sergeant in Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's A House Tour (2016). He was directed... [Read More]
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For the third time in a month, a sea lion bit a swimmer in Aquatic Park, fire officials say Thursday. The swimmer, described as an... [Read More]
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When you go through life with a raging waterfall of a libido and an addiction to love — like me — there are bound to... [Read More]
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Given our involvement in two disastrous wars, the cabal of neoconservative troglodytes who ran the country, and the racial inequities of the destruction Hurricane Katrina... [Read More]
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On Sunday, fetish-themed SoMa cafe Wicked Grounds announced that it had closed for regular business the evening before. Expecting a few calls and emails from... [Read More]
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January 2013 was a notable month. Lance Armstrong admitted to doping. Pres. Obama was sworn in for a second term. Ryan Coogler's Fruitvale Station won... [Read More]
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Fear of a new global war — a war with nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons — has almost never been higher. The bellicosity and threats... [Read More]
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There's more to this year's blockbuster June 5 election than just choosing a new mayor: District 8 will vote in a new supervisor, tenants facing... [Read More]
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The Mission District is a constantly changing beast. Step away from the neighborhood for a couple weeks, and chances are by the time you return... [Read More]
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The scores of pedestrians and drivers who pass by Colette Crutcher's mural every day can sense that the central figure is a woman of great... [Read More]
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Rather than plummet down the rabbit hole of fast casual's virtues and vices once again, let's just acknowledge a sub-trend. Michelin-starred chefs who open smaller,... [Read More]
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