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Extended reality moves beyond test-and-learn phase, report concludes

At the Accenture Technology Vision event this week in San Francisco, an annual report on the current state of technology was the topic of conversation. One of the key trends examined in the report was extended reality, which is seeing increased adoption from enterprises with more pilot programs and major deployments rolling out. Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Russian Hill rushes a win, while NoPa says yes to a deal A lot can happen in a week on San Francisco’s molten-hot housing market. To keep caught up, every Friday Curbed SF examines the High & the Low, a look at the single most and least expensive publicly listed homes sold in San Francisco over the last seven days. Show More Summary

Woman dies in BART escalator fall in San Francisco

A woman died Thursday after falling down an escalator at the Montgomery BART station in San Francisco, officials said. The woman, identified by the city medical examiner as Oakland resident Yanira Funes, fell shortly after 10 p.m., according to a BART police log. Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Presidio Heights get a Cherry on top while South Beach thinks ahead A lot can happen in a week on San Francisco’s molten-hot housing market. To keep caught up, every Friday Curbed SF examines the High & the Low, a look at the single most and least expensive publicly listed homes sold in San Francisco over the last seven days. Show More Summary

SF Examiner to cut back to 3 papers a week

The San Francisco Examiner will reduce its print edition to three times a week beginning Jan. 15, the paper announced in a Wednesday editorial. The Examiner, which is free in print and does not employ a paywall online, currently runs six print editions per week, on every day except Saturday. Show More Summary

A guide to San Francisco’s Westwood Park from resident historian Kathleen Beitiks

Little-known neighborhood just celebrated its 100th anniversary The People's Guide is a series examining the Bay Area's many neighborhoods, led by our most loyal readers, favorite writers, and other notables of our choosing. Have something...Show More Summary

Medical examiner confirms heart attack killed Mayor Ed Lee

The San Francisco medical examiner confirmed that a heart attack killed San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee last week. The results of the examination were released on Monday. Lee died about 1 a.m. Dec. 12 after collapsing in a Safeway store on Monterey Boulevard near his home about three hours earlier. Show More Summary

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dead at 65

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee died just after 1 a.m. local time at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, the San Francisco Examiner reports. “It is with profound sadness and terrible grief that we confirm that Mayor Edwin M. Lee passed away on Tuesday, December 12 at 1:11 a.m. Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Sea Cliff and Forest Knolls take top honors A lot can happen in a week on San Francisco’s molten-hot housing market. To keep caught up, every Friday Curbed SF examines the High & the Low, a look at the single most and least expensive publicly listed homes sold in San Francisco over the last seven days. Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Russian Hill’s tries for a more perfect Union, while the fix is in for Crocker Amazon A lot can happen in a week on San Francisco’s molten-hot housing market. To keep caught up, every Friday Curbed SF examines the High & the Low, a look at the single most and least expensive publicly listed homes sold in San Francisco over the last seven days. Show More Summary

This Flat Yield Curve Is No Greenspan Conundrum (Low Inflation Prevails)

Fed Study Says San Francisco Fed research blames low inflation, neutral rate The post This Flat Yield Curve Is No Greenspan Conundrum (Low Inflation Prevails) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Presidio Heights goes from dog to dollars, while Diamond Heights prefers to keep in the rough A lot can happen in a week on San Francisco’s molten-hot housing market. To keep caught up, every Friday Curbed SF examines the High & theShow More Summary

SF medical examiner’s staff exits squalid Hall of Justice for new facility

San Francisco city officials on Thursday commemorated the completion of the new Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The 46,000-square-foot facility, located at 1 Newhall Street in the Bayview, is expected to provide a vastly improved work environment for the medical examiner’s 35-person staff. Show More Summary

Woman killed in fall from cliff at SF’s Fort Funston identified

A woman who fell to her death from a cliff at San Francisco’s Fort Funston on Thursday evening was identified as a 36-year-old Tracy resident, authorities said Friday. The San Francisco medical examiner identified her as Arezoo Yusufi. Show More Summary

SF examines impacts of its many budget set-asides

San Francisco lawmakers are beginning to take a hard look at the long-term consequences of the city’s abundant use of budget set-asides — voter-approved ballot measures that mandate how the government spends money on specific projects. Since...Show More Summary

San Francisco rent: $1,500 nets you 316 square feet

Of 30 cities surveyed, SF comes in 27th place for renter value Curbed Comparisons examines what’s available to renters for a set price in our ever more expensive city, but it turns out that formula can scale up to a worldwide context. Last...Show More Summary

GOP Rep Says Charlottesville Protest Was a ‘Setup’ By Left-Wing Agitators

On Thursday, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) told the San Francisco Chronicle that he believes the Charlottesville protests were a ‘setup’ by left-wing activists. Washington Examiner reports: Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., said leftists...Show More Summary

Beloved Activist, Performer and DJ Anthony Torres (aka ‘Bubbles’) Gunned Down in San Francisco

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Anthony Torres, a beloved activist, performer, and DJ known in San Francisco as “Bubbles”, was brutally gunned down early Saturday morning outside of a nightclub in the city’s Tenderloin district.   The SF Examiner reports: “Th… Read The post Beloved Activist, Performer and DJ Anthony Torres (aka ‘Bubbles’) Gunned Down in San Francisco appeared first on Towleroad.

3 deaths in SF likely caused by weekend heat wave

Three people appear to have died from the record heat wave in San Francisco this weekend, the San Francisco medical examiner said Wednesday. All three were elderly — they were born in the 1920s or 1930s — lived alone, and died at home, according to the medical examiner. Show More Summary

WOW $269rt SFO to London or Paris, $386 with seat and carryon bag

Closer examination of WOW Airlines sale fares shows San Francisco to London or Paris is $269 round trip on some dates Sep-Oct 2017. Amsterdam is as low as $300 round trip. WOW Airlines San Francisco SFO – Paris CDG $268.99 round trip...Show More Summary

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