The Mayor’s Office turned in paperwork to the Department of Elections for a major teacher housing ballot initiative.
It’s not often that I wake up with nothing on my agenda.
The Central Freeway is like a noose.
Last week’s hearing at the San Francisco Board of Appeals was reminiscent of the mythical battle between David and Goliath.
One of the foundations of our government is the idea that the public gets to weigh in on policy matters.
Sometimes two political candidates are so similar, it’s a toss-up. Why even…
I’ve never been much of an airport player. I prefer to work The City.
During summer holidays, my brother and I would come home from our respective Catholic boarding schools and spend lazy days reading and exploring.
As I write this I’m sitting in a hotel lobby in Downtown San Francisco simply because they have air conditioning.
Earlier this week, San Franciscans had the rare opportunity to leave their light sweaters at home and take their shorts out for a spin.
Selling his bundles of lilies, freesias and peonies on the corner of Noe and 15th Streets for 38 years, Guy Clark has seen San Francisco at its finest and not-so.
While waiting for the light to change at Fourth and Mission with a fare going to Davies Symphony Hall, a horde of Democrats crosses the street in front of my cab.
A couple weeks ago my girlfriend Kayla and I were lying in bed trying to figure out what to watch on Netflix.
Room 205b at Grattan Elementary School in Ashbury Heights looks like the classrooms I sat in as a kid.
For over 20 years, the San Francisco SPCA and the City’s municipal shelter, Animal Care and Control, pioneered groundbreaking programs to manage feral cats.
Venturing into Fisherman’s Wharf while the sun’s still out is a fool’s errand.
“My dad was a behind-the-scenes guy … when he decided to run, it was one of the greatest decisions he made.”