Parents push school board to preserve arts program funding

In the face of vocal opposition, the San Francisco School Board on Tuesday backed down from a proposal to shift…

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Fire Commission urges Breed to bolster cliffside safety

Almost two years ago San Francisco Fire Commissioner Joe Alioto-Veronese was eating dinner with former Mayor Willie Brown when he…

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Tenderloin food hall project advances; affordable housing to come later

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SF Preps Baseball: Washington mercy-rules Balboa in AAA opener

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March 14-16: Sean Dorsey Dance, Elements of Nature, Bob Quinn, Justin Timberlake, Wax Poet(s), Greyson Chance, Love & Pride, Nick Mason, Rebozos Mexicanos, John Cusack, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe

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Jia Zhangke touches on favorite themes in masterful ‘Ash Is Purest White’

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Kaki King takes guitar performance to infinite levels

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‘American Hero’ a tasty, if light, look at franchise workers

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