I like to ask people how they discovered Pete Buttigieg.
When you live with a rambunctious two-year old in a cramped one-bedroom apartment, ignoring background noise is the only way to not go insane.
Does the death penalty prevent homicides and cruel acts of violence?
It’s no secret that the business of media is broken.
Cigarettes are out. Cannabis is in.
The relentless rain soaking the state is great news for salmon.
Google buys Burning Man? Benioff to donate fortune to end homelessness? — an SF April Fools jokes round-up
Alright folks, announcement time: I’m dying my hair blue. OK OK, lame…
“I want my students to stand up for people who can’t stand up for themselves,” said Gail Meadows, principal of the Meadows Livingstone School.
Wealthy residents are gearing up to fight a proposed Navigation Center on Port property
It’s “arrivederci!” for Joe Alioto Veronese’s run for district attorney. And he…
Regulars come and regulars go.
Earlier this month, general contractor Webcor Builders was brought before the San Francisco Board of Appeals for illegally removing two sidewalk Sycamore trees.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris may have developed her career in the…
In 2005, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to ban smoking in city parks and other public spaces.
I want to invent something that administers a small to medium sized electric shock every time someone comments on an article without reading it.
When my twins were in their sophomore year of high school, I recall attending a presentation for parents of high school children by a group of college counselors.
You can learn a lot about the current state of transportation in the ad hoc cabstand outside Public Works at 3 a.m.
Last Friday, about 2,000 San Francisco Bay Area students left school and marched down Market Street.
“I love listening to the kids on Muni after school and hearing Spanglish being spoken,” said poet Josiah Luis Alderete.
Warriors Arena smoke detectors to be installed by 130-year-old company that maintains SF’s historic fire alarms
Structures in San Francisco circa 1889 bear similarities to today, but with…