When getting around is more about being trendy than saving money

You can learn a lot about the current state of transportation in the ad hoc cabstand outside Public Works at…

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City employee lawsuit costs soar to $90.7 million

Since January 2007 San Franciscans have paid $90.7 million in costs for lawsuits filed by city employees. Back on April…

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SF settles with cyclist struck by police car in SoMa bike lane

San Francisco has settled a lawsuit with a man who was struck by a police car while riding a bicycle…

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Housing production slows sharply despite growing backlog of approved projects

Housing production in San Francisco slowed across the board in 2018, with production levels dropping by nearly 41 percent from…

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SF considers ‘sweeping smart city’ installation of devices with cameras, microphones

San Francisco may install thousands of devices with the capacity to record video and audio and provide wireless service on…

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Peele expertly follows ‘Get Out’ with wildly entertaining ‘Us’

Jordan Peele’s “Us” attempts the impossible job of following the sensation that was “Get Out.” “Get Out” simply might have…

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March 21-23: California Historical Society railroad exhibitions, Little Boy book release, Lamplighters Music Theatre, In The Belly of the Eagle, Watsky, Deathtrap, Isaac Mizrahi, Mark Foehringer’s Dance Theatre, Urban Retreat, Craig Jessup, William T. Wiley

THURSDAY, MARCH 21 California Historical Society railroad exhibitions: Marking the 150th anniversary of the first transcontinental railroad are photographer Mark…

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‘Transit’ compellingly looks at refugees in peril

German filmmaker Christian Petzold pointedly transports the Holocaust to current times and fascinatingly blends past and present as he looks…

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