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Unease in the air as Trans March kicks off weekend of Pride in SF

Midway through the San Francisco Trans March, a full brass, gay band blared out a stirring rendition of David Bowie and Queen’s “Under Pressure,” an anthem that seemed to match the mood of the moment of the thousands of trans peopleShow More Summary

Golden Gate Bridge to close northbound lanes for SF Marathon

The Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District board voted unanimously Friday to close all northbound lanes of the span to traffic for the San Francisco Marathon, an unprecedented decision arising from concerns over safety...Show More Summary

Former SF gym teacher arrested in sex assault of minor

A former gym teacher for the San Francisco public school system was arrested on suspicion of a sexual battery of a minor under 14 years old, and police suspect there may be more victims, officials said. Donovan Harper, 36, of Novato,...Show More Summary

Teenage girl dies after cliff fall by Lands End in SF

A teenage girl died Thursday night after falling from the cliffs that line the area around Lands End in San Francisco, an official said. A rising tide and treacherous conditions made it difficult for rescue swimmers to reach the girl in the hazardous area, he said. Michael Bodley is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Protesters project giant anti-Trump message onto Oakland Uber building

Message coming through loud and clear Earlier this week, San Francisco officials used the Golden Gate Park Conservatory of Flowers’ sterling white exterior as a canvas for a psychedelic light show. Meanwhile, in Oakland, local blogger...Show More Summary

UPS shooter targeted employees and used stolen assault pistol to kill 3 coworkers, police says

A United Parcel Service driver who killed three coworkers before taking his own life at their San Francisco package facility last week, used a stolen assault-style pistol in the attack and targeted specific employees, police said Friday. Investigators still don’t know what drove gunman Jimmy Lam...

St. Ignatius High School Student Killed In Fall From San Francisco Cliff

"They were probably walking along a path or something, and we're not sure if she slipped," a fire department spokesperson said. [ more › ]

GamesBeat 2017 reveals five new speakers for The Time Machine theme

GamesBeat 2017 will take place at San Francisco’s beautiful Fort Mason on October 5 and October 6. And we’re delighted to announce our next five speakers. They include Paul Bettner, CEO of Playful; Herman Narula, CEO of Improbable; Bill Roper, chief creative officer of Improbable; Tim Chang, managing director at Mayfield Fund; and Ramez Naam, […]

Eisenstadt and Geddes on Uber and the Workplace

Congrats to Friends-of-blog Leora Eisenstadt and Deanna Geddes (Temple) who have a fascinating op-ed in The San Francisco Chronicle on the troubles at Uber and the law's contribution to the creation of angry workers and unhealthy workplaces. The piece is...

HAH! Leftie Anti-Trumpers Block Traffic at Intersection – Get Nasty Surprise From Impatient Biker (Video)

Far left protesters blocked traffic at a San Francisco intersection on Wednesday. The protesters were protesting in favor of the... The post HAH! Leftie Anti-Trumpers Block Traffic at Intersection – Get Nasty Surprise From Impatient Biker (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Historic Lower Haight Victorian asks $1.77 million

They don’t make ‘em like this 1886 gem anymore Dating San Francisco homes before 1906 can be a bit tricky (the earthquake and fire consumed almost all relevant city records—isn’t that always the way?), but the new listing for 313 Scott pegs it at 1886. That’s certainly not the oldest Victorian in the city. Show More Summary

27 things to do in San Francisco with kids

Where to take the wee ones Known around the world as a first-rate destination, San Francisco has carved out an enviable reputation for its steep rolling hills, pastel-painted Victorians, cable cars, and iconic Golden Gate Bridge. But...Show More Summary

What $3,950 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Excelsior to South Beach 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 another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Show More Summary

Why I Wanted To Build A Real Estate Empire

In 2002, I was one year into my new job in San Francisco when I decided I needed to build a real estate empire. The dotcom collapse was traumatizing and I wanted to own real assets with more stable cash flow. After a couple years, my desire for real estate narrowed so I could retire Read More...

This Surf Company Wants to Make Skin Protection Sexy

Two San Francisco surfers are upgrading swimwear by eschewing the bikini for UV-deflecting, skin-protecting leggings

VentureBeat is looking for ace tech reporters in SF and NYC

VentureBeat has immediate openings for experienced reporters with a track record of getting scoops and providing smart analysis. We’re looking for two people, one in San Francisco and one in New York, who love covering the business of technology but are not infatuated with it. Reporters with a critical eye, an ability to develop sources, […]

The Matter of Message: Republicans Win On Bias and Fear While Democrats Eat Their Own

I cannot believe that Democrats are claiming that the sole cause of their electoral problems is Nancy Pelosi and her San Francisco residency. ~ Joy Reid Nor can I. But that’s how this goes. The caterwauling has begun. Or, rather, continues. Another...Show More Summary

Junkyard Gem: 1962 Plymouth Valiant Sedan

One of the earliest of Chrysler's soon-to-be-legendary A-body cars, spotted in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard. Continue reading Junkyard Gem: 1962 Plymouth Valiant Sedan Junkyard Gem: 1962 Plymouth Valiant Sedan originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 23 Jun 2017 13:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus’ laptop stolen before Sonoma race

By AMANDA VINCENT The laptop of Chad Knaus, crew chief of Jimmie Johnson on the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, was stolen from a rental car in San Francisco while Knaus and his wife ate dinner at Fisherman’s Warf after arriving to the area on Wednesday in [...]

Jeremy Kerley isn’t fond of former Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jeremy Kerley isn’t going to mince words when it comes to his opinion on Chan Gailey. Kerley played under Gailey with the New York Jets in 2015. It was his worst season as a pro as Kerley caught just 16 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns with the Jets.…

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