The sign for Kingdom of Dumplings is easily missed. Beneath the large Chinese characters — “Nation of Dumplings,” it proclaims — the English is thin and anemic, like a subtitle. “Kingdom of Dumplings,” it whispers.
Kingdom or nation? No matter. Seekers of soup dumplings, keep your eyes peeled. Read More
It’s unclear exactly what Mayor Ed Lee had in mind when he first suggested some form of “stop and frisk” policy to combat The City’s recent surge in gun violence, but on Tuesday he pledged that his solution won’t violate residents’ civil rights. Read More
San Francisco police are searching for a “frail” old creep who has on two separate occasions grabbed a West Portal merchant’s breast, giggling as he leaves the shop.The woman told cops she was selling newspapers Friday morning in the unit block of West Portal Avenue when the suspect, described as a 75-year-old Asian man, walked into her shop and asked something in Chinese, police said. Read More
Police activity created a stir at a gas station on San Francisco's 19th Avenue today before officers determined the call they were responding to had no merit.
A resident near 19th Avenue and Santiago Street called police shortly before 1 p.m. to report three people on a fire escape, two armed with guns, police Sgt. Michael Andraychak said. Read More