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Employment Costs Post Smallest Gain on Record in 2Q

J. Scott Applewhite/APA worker rolls out dough as she constructs pastries in the bay window at Ted's Bulletin, a Capitol Hill restaurant in Washington, D.C. By Lucia Mutikani U.S. labor costs in the second quarter recorded their smallest...Show More Summary

The Love that Dares Not Speak Its name

A couple of nights ago my book group met at the home of one of our members, abutting a huge nature reserve in the East Bay. The sun bathed the hills behind us as we discussed Peter De Vries' 1961 novel, The Blood of the Lamb. DeVries dramatizes a real life event, the death of his young daughter from leukemia. Show More Summary

Ready to Rumble with the Tea Party

Rodney Ferguson I am opinionated. But in most gatherings I keep my radical (even for the Bay Area) thoughts to myself. At least I thought I did. On most Saturdays, when I play basketball with a bunch of mostly over the hill ballers (including...Show More Summary

House Calls: Nob Hill Condo with Crucifixes, Nunnery Desk Has the Most Spirited Decor

Welcome to House Calls, a recurring feature in which Curbed tours lovely, offbeat, or otherwise awesome homes in the Bay Area. Think your space should be featured next? Here's how to submit.Photos via Patricia Chang When you're the owner of...

Caballo Hills rocks and views

The Caballo Hills is the neigborhood flanking Merritt College on the Bay side; it consists of Campus Drive and the Ridgemont development. It’s geologically monotonous, underlain entirely by Leona “rhyolite.” And while all the roads have sidewalks, it’s a steep and exposed hike. Nevertheless the area is highly scenic, and I walked it in the […]

Rad Restorations: Magnificent $10M Restoration of Teddy Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill Home Exemplifies Peak Taxidermy

The library at Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt's Oyster Bay, New York residence that just underwent a $10 million restoration and reopened this past weekend. All photos courtesy the National Park Service unless otherwise noted. One of the final things...

Day Around The Bay: Supervisors Don't Want You To Drink At Taco Bell, Starbucks

Russian Hill car burglaries have doubled, a survey of local displaced artists, and more. [ more › ]

Pacific Heights condo development sells 107 units in 60 days

We’ve seen a lot of new, luxury high-rise condo developments come to market in San Francisco in the past few years, but typically these buildings are in less-established, southern neighborhoods like Rincon Hill or Mission Bay. So there was much excitement and a flurry of activity when Rockwell, the largest condo project to hit Pacific

Luxury Mission Bay Rental

This pass week, my family and I rented a house near Mission Bay in San Diego, CA. The house was perfect for the 14 of us vacationing there for a week. The home sits on Milton Street, on a hill with amazing views of the bay. It is a three story abode with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, huge living room, kitchen, and dining room with a balcony. Show More Summary

A well-traveled team has gone miles to build up the Travelers Championship

It's hard for a PGA Tour event to distinguish itself. There are the majors. There's Major Lite: The Players. There are four World Golf Championships. There's Memorial and Bay Hill. Then there are the four FedEx Cup playoff events. All offer big purses and prestige. Show More Summary

Day collapses coming down hill

Jason Day collapses with vertigo while walking down a steep hill during round two of the US Open at Chambers Bay.

Former Buccaneer Jeff Gooch Arrested For DUI

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Jeff Gooch, was arrested for suspicion of DUI, the Tampa Tribune reports. Early Sunday morning at 2:33 a.m., Gooch, a resident of Spring Hill, was pulled over by the Florida Highway Patrol troopers on the Veterans Expressway in Hillsborough County. Show More Summary

Color Photograph: Sunset or Moonrise? Telegraph Hill, Sailboat, Norovirus Cruise Ship, Alcatraz, and Angel Island

TweetThe answer will amaze you, or not: This is the sun, as seen from a span of our troubled San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. It looked like the moon though. Believe that’s the troubled Star Princess, which should be norovirus-free these days. Let’s hope so.

Armed woman on Woodland Hills porch fires at SWAT robot, keeps deputies at bay

An elderly woman in Woodland Hills kept sheriff’s deputies at bay for the better part of Thursday morning as she sat on a chair on her mobile home porch with a gun.

?EMT pops the question to woman he helped save

3 months agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Three years after paramedic Cameron Hill saved the life of Melissa Dohme, who'd been stabbed 32 times, he proposes at home plate before Tampa Bay Rays game

Original Gentleman: Hip Hop Dancing

“Over the hill… and picking up speed.” That’s how 60-year-old UK expat and Bay Area resident Peter Barnes describes himself. Here he reinforces that statement, proving that age has nothing to do with a youthful spirit. More here.

USGA: 9,860 Will Attempt to Qualify for U.S. Open

3 months agoSports / Golf : Armchair Golf

Following are major portions of yesterday's USGA announcement. By USGA FAR HILLS, N.J. – The United States Golf Association (USGA) has accepted a total of 9,882 entries for the 2015 U.S. Open Championship at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. Show More Summary

Photos: Explore The 100-Year-Old Gowanus Flushing Tunnel

     The Gowanus Canal Flushing Tunnel, originally built in 1911, is a 12-foot wide structure that runs beneath Degraw Street through Boerum and Cobble Hill, between the Gowanus Canal and the New York Bay. Following activist Chris Swain's...Show More Summary

Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: PintxoPote, Red Hill Station and Osmanthus

Check, Please! Bay Area explores Basque cooking in Los Gatos, fresh seafood in SF's Bernal Heights and modern-classic Asian cuisine in Oakland.

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