Civic leaders, protesters converge on SF for Global Climate Summit

Political leaders, representatives from businesses, nonprofits, and — of course — protesters from all over the world are set to…

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SF must walk (and bike and bus) its talk on climate

Paris, Mexico City, Cape Town, Auckland, London, Los Angeles: just six of the 15 world cities that have signed a…

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Liability in Lombard Muni crash

This week’s question comes from Phyllis, who asks: Q: “Yesterday, a Muni bus went out of control and crashed into…

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Send in the clowns, and 4 a.m. bar closings

When I lived in Brooklyn I saw a lot of sunrises. The bars would let out at 4 am and…

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A city can thrive and be sustainable, Breed tells global leaders

As powerful Hurricane Florence headed toward the east coast of the United States Wednesday, Mayor London Breed kicked off the…

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Losing my edge

Not working for ten days really threw me off my taxi game. Once I’m finally behind the wheel of Veterans…

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Subversive fourth ‘Predator’ movie is fast, funny

Shane Black’s “The Predator” probably isn’t what anyone expected from a new Predator movie. It’s very fast, very funny, and,…

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Sept. 13-15: Yuja Wang, CounterPulse Residency, Ottmar Liebert, Robert Ruark, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Fury, Bay Area Rainbow Symphony, Dancing Poetry Festival, Project Nunway, Train Days

THURSDAY, SEPT. 13 Yuja Wang: The pianist plays Ravel’s Concerto for Left Hand, joining Michael Tilson Thomas and the San…

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