Miles Scott

“Batkid Begins” tells the story of how 5-year-old Miles Scott charmed San Francisco – and the world – one day in November 2013. (Courtesy Paul Sakuma/Make-A-Wish Foundation)

Holy humanity! ‘Batkid Begins’ a feel-good experience

Whether you were there on Nov. 15, 2013, or simply heard about…

 

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerJulia  Roberts is turning Miles Scott's story into a feature film.

Filmmakers raising money for Batkid documentary

Thought you'd heard the last of Batkid, the charming leukemia survivor whose…

 

Brendan P. Bartholomew/Special to the S.f. ExaminerNico Castro aka Batman

Batkid, Spider-Man mystery solved

The mystery of Andrew Garfield’s absence at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony –…

 

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Philanthropists pay bills for SF 'Batkid' fantasy

The city of San Francisco is being rescued from paying the cost…

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Behind the scenes of making SF into Gotham for Batkid

Batkid stole the hearts of San Franciscans, and now the nonprofit behind…

Brendan P. Bartholomew/Special to the S.f. ExaminerNico Castro aka Batman

Giants pitcher Matt Cain matches $50,000 raised by Make-A-Wish

The executive director of the Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation, the organization behind…

Brendan P. Bartholomew/Special to the S.f. ExaminerNico Castro aka Batman
Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesPresident Barack Obama speaks in Chinatown on Monday during a short visit to The City. Obama’s speech called on GOP leaders in Congress to stop blocking an immigration bill.

President touches on SF culture in immigration speech during city visit

President Barack Obama invoked San Francisco history and culture to make points…

Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesPresident Barack Obama speaks in Chinatown on Monday during a short visit to The City. Obama’s speech called on GOP leaders in Congress to stop blocking an immigration bill.
Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerJulia  Roberts is turning Miles Scott's story into a feature film.

Batkid in San Francisco draws large crowds, wins over city

Exhausted from a full day of crime-fighting, a modest, gum-chewing Miles Scott…

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerJulia  Roberts is turning Miles Scott's story into a feature film.