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Meet this week’s Chargers opponents: Kansas City

  If this is indeed Alex Smith’s final season in Kansas City, he’s certainly making it count. The veteran quarterback has looked like a different player in his 12th professional campaign, subverting his game-manager reputation with 9.8 yards per pass attempt. In wins against the Patriots and Eagles, he threw five touchdown passes — a […]

Biking in San Francisco: A beginner’s guide

What to know before putting foot to pedal Hey, look at you! You did it. You weighed the cons and pros, you made the tough calls, and you did yourself and your planet a solid. You, all by yourself, went and bought a bicycle. And now—no...Show More Summary

Mobile homeland

Whatever you call it—mobile home, trailer park, manufactured housing—the retro living module is undergoing a renaissance The country music I grew up with loves to wax poetic about family traditions. There’s Hank Williams Jr., whose warbling, smoke-tinged voice explains away his drinking and smoking as a simple hazard of the bloodline. Show More Summary

Montara villa overlooking the beach asks $6.5 million

Scenic wedding venue now looking for its own special someone For a relatively remote place, 8322 Cabrillo Highway in Montara (San Mateo County) gets an awful lot of attention. Up until it listed last week, the circa-1946 property, dubbed...Show More Summary

What $5,200 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Noe Valley to the Marina Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse? Today's...Show More Summary

Apple’s iPhone event marks debut of Steve Jobs Theater on new campus

It’s more than meets the eye When Apple puts on its big annual event today, it will not be at the massive donut-shaped mothership we’ve been eyeing for years, but at a smaller—yet just as flashy—circular venue nearby. Indeed, in addition...Show More Summary

Famed Glen Park Chenery House lands on market for $12.5 million

Campy abode built for the man who wrote the Rice-A-Roni jingle Right on the border between Noe Valley and Glen Park sits one of the city's most gaga properties: the Chenery House. Built in 1987 for Robert Pritikin, the former adman who...Show More Summary

Mexico’s earthquake early warning system gave some over a minute’s notice

The U.S. has been working on a similar alert tool for a decade—where is it? Mexico was rocked by an 8.1 earthquake last night, the country’s most powerful quake in 100 years. At least 32 people have been reported dead, a number that may rise in the coming days. Show More Summary

Los Angeles metro area is home to the most DACA beneficiaries

The LA metro area has strong ties to the program With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on the chopping block, the New York Times on Tuesday took a look at the profile of a typical Dreamer and found that the highestShow More Summary

Gary, Indiana: A Midwestern steel town making a slow comeback

Dismissed as de-industrialized and blighted, the “Magic CIty” digs in for redevelopment When the sun sets above City Methodist Church in downtown Gary, Indiana, and the warm hues of its stained glass flare up in the early evening light, the building’s true scale becomes apparent. Show More Summary

Video gives rare peek inside Old Mint

Neglected classic gets a little love from local videographer Local videographer Nick Testa uploaded a video shot inside the San Francisco Mint this week titled ”San Francisco’s Best Kept Secret Location.” In truth, the Mint, locatedShow More Summary

A.D. Stenger: Austin’s eccentric, self-made architect

A Hill County Eichler, Stenger pursued his own vision of midcentury cool Fitting in wasn’t a concern for Arthur Dallas Stenger. Known to his friends and family as A.D., the Austin-based architect built homes with his clients in mind—airy...Show More Summary

Here are some heartwarming stories about how people came together after Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has been tearing through Houston since it touched land last week. Many are stranded and have been displaced due to floods in the area. Despite the tragic developments in Texas, there are some instances that will make you cry a tear of happiness. And, if anything, will restore your hope in the human […]

California governor candidate Travis Allen had $42,000 in late income tax

Allen, a Republican Assemblyman from Orange County, failed to pay his full federal income tax for 2012 and 2013, public records show -- and didn’t pay up until the Internal Revenue Service filed a tax lien against him in 2017.  

It’s Out of the Question: Joey Chestnut vs. The Gyoza … who’s got the stomach for this?

The question we’ve always wanted to ask Joey Chestnut: Why have you never won a chestnut eating contest? “No one has had one yet, but I’m sure all it would take is a sponsor …it could be easy to do,” said the 10-time Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating champion as he started to entertain the idea. […]

Orange County church finds higher purpose for unused land: affordable housing and community services

The concept of using church land to host affordable housing is not new. Similar efforts have been undertaken by churches across the country in New York City, Portland, Ore., and Baltimore.

How an Orange County shelter is helping women in South Sudan

Deng Daniel Khot’s voice and image cut in and out on the computer screen as three staff members of Laura’s House, a nonprofit devoted to combating domestic violence, watch from their Orange County office. Khot persists, despite the sketchy Skype connection from 9,000 miles away in northeast Africa, where he lives in a village in […]

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