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Bridge officials expected construction of the the steel net would cost roughly half what the actual bids came in at. [ more › ]
Called "the perfect place to die," the Aokigahara forest in Japan has the unfortunate distinction of the world's second most popular place to take one's life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Since the 1950s, Japanese businessmen...Show More Summary
Are you playing? From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Giants Dugout souvenir store, folks playing Pokémon Go, the new augmented reality game that’s taken over many a water cooler conversation, are posting their finds from all over the city. If you’ve got a good shot, feel free to send it our way. Show More Summary
With a modern fireplace and views of the Palace of Fine Arts, the Golden Gate Bridge and other San Francisco landmarks, the 360-degree roof deck at 3307 Broderick St. in the Marina is definitely a standout—and there’s potential to make it even better. The deck has been plumbed for an outdoor kitchen and engineered for spa
The fare increase will also impact the the Larkspur and Sausalito Ferries. [ more › ]
You never know what you'll see when you're driving around San Francisco. And during a drive over the Golden Gate bridge on Saturday, we spied this curious looking vehicle. The high-tech set up on the roof makes it obvious that this van has a special mission. Show More Summary
Political news source PJ Media reports that a terrifying video released yesterday by ISIS specifically calls out San Francisco as the location of an upcoming attack. The video shows San Francisco’s golden gate bridge, focusing on the supports of the suspension bridge before panning to the cars driving past. Show More Summary
Disaster movies are one and the same—we’re all just watching them to see the world come under attack and famous landmarks get destroyed. “Oh my god, did they just do that to the Golden Gate Bridge?” “Not the Sydney Opera House!” But there’s one disaster movie that’s better than them all: Independence Day. Read more...
This is a 53,000 megapixel photo of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It’s also a promotional photo for the Bentley Mulsanne. Read more...
It’s also a car advertisement, should you care Car ads don’t normally interest us, but we’re making an exception for the Bentley ad above. You probably didn’t realize that there was a car in that Golden Gate Bridge photo at all, since from this perspective it looks more like a potato chip crumb on your screen. Show More Summary
The Soarin’ flight simulator rides at Disney California Adventure and Epcot have traded the California-centric scenes of the Golden Gate Bridge, Yosemite and Malibu for an international itinerary that spans six continents. I recently rode the updated Soarin’ Around the World three times and found...
You are looking at a picture of a car, a Bentley Mulsanne to be specific. The gold and black sedan was photographed cruising along the iconic Golden Gate Bridge in California. SEE ALSO: Google's new gigapixel camera captures every paint stroke in famous artwork It's there, honestly. Show More Summary
(Photo: OpenSFHistory/wnp14.2949.jpg) The man in the goggles above is named Angelo Rossi, and before he was mayor of San Francisco and cut through a silver chain with a torch on the Golden Gate Bridge, he lived in the gold-rush townShow More Summary
The gadget would display information on a see-through screen, so you could point the screen at the Golden Gate Bridge, say, and check out the bridge and info about it at the same time.
Bad news for all you reverse commuters out there. [ more › ]
We hatched a plan. We'd meet in Sausalito, cruise over the Golden Gate Bridge and spend the day together. Awesome, a dad/daughter day with my middle one. She is a senior in college, and San Francisco is the halfway point between home and school. Show More Summary
Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge began with the digging of a pit for the Marin County anchorage on January 5, 1933. Construction of the bridge continued through the Great Depression. The Golden Gate Bridge was dedicated on May 27, 1937. Show More Summary
Stunning scenery for Sanders rally Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses supporters. Photo by AP Photo/Noah Berger On the eve of the California Primary Election, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders came to San Francisco. Show More Summary