Making an obligatory stop for a photo op in the nexus of once-upon-a-time and still-sorta-kinda Hippieville, the Upper Haight, here is VW's concept car version of their upcoming minibus throwback, which also just made an appearance at the Concours d'Elegance in Pebble Beach over the weekend. [ more › ]
A ton of East Bay residents traveling on Highway 24 through Lafayette decided just to pull over and watch from the freeway, creating an awkward and dangerous backup. [ more › ]
How many men does it take to steal a cell phone at a busy San Francisco corner? Three, if a recent crime in the Financial District is any indication. [ more › ]
Rents never go down much, but they've dipped a little year over year. [ more › ]
This follows a January shooting, two days after which Keak Da Sneak took the stage assisted by a cane. [ more › ]
San Jose shrinks homeless housing, BART's 47-year staffer, SF State's anti-Semitism suit. [ more › ]
The 3.2 magnitude quake struck at 6:36 Tuesday morning off the San Francisco coast. [ more › ]
TweetSee? Fort Point, Baby: And best of all, free parking. That’s not too shabby. All the deets.
TweetWhat a nerd, Man. Old #8127 used to be a regular bus. But now, this is how it rolls, this is how Frisco rolls: All right, that’s a wrap:
TweetThis scene is notable since he apparently went to a store to set up an Instagram-worthy tableau for the benefit of his Twitter Followers, only to be mocked for it. The IRL isn’t as grand, oh well: Perhaps he’ll yammer against Costco and Google again, who knows…
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.2 struck off the coast of Marin County Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake hit at 6:36 a.m. about 7 miles south of Homestead Valley and at a depth of about 3 miles. Show More Summary
A pilot killed when his small plane crashed in an Oregon canyon ahead of Monday’s solar eclipse was identified as a 58-year-old Menlo Park man. Mark James Rich, 58, died Saturday after his home-built Wheel Marker Express went down aShow More Summary
TweetLess contentious compared with years past, you know, AFAIK. Sorry for this snoozer of a post, but there you go…
Along with the typical fur coats, playa bicycles and questionable RVs up for sale, there are a number of items that make for interesting eye candy and fun browsing.
While the Tenderloin neighborhood is up in arms over the Department of Homelessness’ (DHSH) plans for a 24-hour homeless drop-in center at 440 Turk, opening the program in the wrong place is just part of the problem. Equally troubling is Read More » The post SF Agency’s Plans for 440 Turk: Wrong Policy, Wrong Place, Wrong Price appeared first on Beyond Chron.
Back in the 1950s, George Lemont was a local celebrity, the writer and star of KRON’s long-running “Fireman Frank” children’s show. When the show ended in the 1960s, Lemont switched his focus to comic strip writing, creating “Rhode Island Red,” which eventually became known as “Feeny Farm.” Later on, he wrote the nationally syndicated “Doctor
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A cadre of San Francisco officials told a crowd of concerned residents Monday evening that the city was seeking collaborative, permanent solutions to address the public safety issues looming over Dolores Park and the neighborhood surrounding...Show More Summary
SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers will hold a series of hearings next month to assess the rise of white supremacy in the state and to determine if there are any laws needed to help control violent outbreaks at public rallies. SenateShow More Summary