A woman who didn’t wear a mask in a Starbucks claims that a photo of her posted online without her permission violated her privacy. <ins>(Shutterstock)</ins>

Can you post pictures of someone on social media without their consent?

Right to privacy comes up against First Amendment concerns in Starbucks case


Ribbon cutting at Dunkin' Donuts grand opening in American Canyon. (Photo courtesy Dunkin' Donuts)

Dunkin’ Donuts opening South San Francisco location Feb. 1

Soon your trips to and from SFO may contain a new ritual:…


Dunkin' Donuts has announced plans to open 17 new restaurants in San Francisco and Fresno. Courtesy photo

Dunkin’ Donuts to open SF locations

Nine Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants are coming to San Francisco and the Bay…


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A&E: SF around the Internet

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food.…

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Vitamin B important for brain defense

Q: Can you tell me which B vitamins will protect me from…

Coffee spill forces emergency landing of plane; airline not forthcoming

Who: United Airlines What: A flight from Chicago to Germany carrying 241…

Starbucks unveils new coffee machines

The coffee retailer announced that java aficionados in San Francisco will be…