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Texting isn’t the only illegal phone activity while driving

This week’s question comes from Sandra in the Upper Haight, who writes:…

Making sure students get a healthy breakfast

Students do better in school when they have access to healthy breakfasts,…

Remembering rockin’ Roy Loney: San Francisco born and bred

“I wanted to be Roy when I grew up,” said Jello Biafra…

Riptide: An everyman sort of bar in San Francisco’s Sunset District

‘What I enjoy about this bar is you can have an Irish construction worker sitting next to a drag queen, and everyone is happy and fine.’

Book offers some fun facts about tonic water

When you think of quinine water do you think of stout, pink-faced British sea captains being revived by gin and tonics?

Who pays when at fault drivers are minimally insured?

This week’s question comes from Lydia in South San Francisco who asks:…

Participating in the 2020 Census with SF public schools

2020 is the year of the Census, and San Francisco public schools…

Oceano Wines brings the taste of San Luis Obispo to the East Coast

Rachel Martin, who co-founded Oceano Wines in San Luis Obispo can truly be described as bicoastal.

Three perfect days in sensational Sydney

Clean, walkable city is both friendly and diverse

Winter hikes in Northern California’s snowy mountains

Here are some favorite day trips in our area, arranged from easiest to more challenging.

Kicking off the budgeting process with the School Planning Summit

Last week I shared some information about SFUSD’s budget. I mentioned how…

Last Call with Saul: Francis Ford Coppola’s Cafe Zoetrope fulfills a cosmopolitan fantasy

Out on the corner of Kearny Street and Columbus Avenue is Café Zoetrope, a brightly-colored restaurant and bar

SF Lives: A ‘poverty scholar’ gives visibility to homeless people

Houseless, landless and unhoused are the preferred terms of Gray-Garcia and the people she’s aligned with in the POOR Media Network.

Ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Time for drinking, dining, theater — or science

Budgeting to ensure students are prepared for college and careers

With tax time just around the corner, you might be thinking even…

Exploring the wines of Mexico

While Mexico is typically associated with tequila, mezcal, and beer, regions of the country are producing exceptional wines.

Fraud and misrepresentation in the workplace

By Christopher Dolan and Mari Bandoma Callado This week’s question comes from…

Celebrating Black History Month with SF public schools

2020 is a leap year, which means San Francisco public schools will…

Last Call with Saul: Not everyone wants their drinks to taste like booze

Like many people, my first time drinking alcohol didn’t go well.

Four days in magnificent Melbourne

City boasts great dining, diversity, natural wonders, and more