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

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A colorful portrait of art legend Yayoi Kusama

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Re-vote allows SF to remove racist statue, overturning prior decision

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Oakland Athletics continue winning streak thanks to 10-run inning

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SFPD Chief Scott pledges to ‘restore order’ at U.N. Plaza, clear drug users

Police Chief Bill Scott pledged to crack down on drug dealing and the quality of life issues that come with…

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Self-driving shuttle could come to Treasure Island by late next year

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SF Preps: Galileo faces Rio Vista in a rematch of last year’s Northern California 6-A Championship

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CA Supreme Court: SF can seek discipline against cops in racist text scandal

San Francisco can officially begin disciplinary proceedings against officers caught sending racist and homophobic text messages after a California Supreme…

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