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Pandora's Gift Revived

I was lucky enough to see Mark Winges's wonderful Pandora's Gift when Volti and company performed it in May at Z Space in San Francisco. It is a gorgeous piece, very dramatic and beautiful, and wonderfully staged by Erika Chong-Shuch. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Giants lineups

The Nationals go for a sweep of the defending World Series champions when they face the Giants on Sunday Night Baseball. Jordan Zimmermann, coming off back-to-back scoreless starts, pitches for Washington. He faces San Francisco right-hander Ryan Vogelsong, who is 6-6 with a 4.19 ERA. Show More Summary

To the Rescue: 1925

San Francisco circa 1925. "Emergency Road Service motorcycle -- California State Automobile Association." Perhaps an adjunct to the Broken Glass Department. 8x10 acetate negative from the Wyland Stanley collection. View full size.

The Palace Hotel in San Francisco Embarks on a Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

5 hours agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Built in 1875, the Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is distinguished as San Francisco’s very first luxury hotel. Although there are now a plethora of upscale accommodations in the city from which to choose, this landmark remains one of the finest, thanks to its chic design and impeccable amenities. Show More Summary

Tech bigshots are upset about an alleged 'conspiracy' to reject a George Lucas museum in San Francisco

A group of tech bigshots led by investor Ron Conway have exposed what Conway says is a "conspiracy" to scuttle an art museum funded by George Lucas in San Francisco. Lucas offered to fund and build the museum, which was going to include his collection of comic and digital art, in 2012. Show More Summary

United States of Inc.: Corporations As Nation-States in Silicon Valley’s Latest Utopian Management Scheme

In Holacracy's vision, workers are citizens of the companies that will one day rule the world. During my desultory post-graduation years in San Francisco, I lived in a big duplex with three roommates. We had bands, fledging writing gigs and other financially unpromising passions, until one of us threw over la vie bohème to work at a consulting firm. Show More Summary

American Express Centurion Club Miami MIA review & access for Delta flyers (how to get to the club)

Review Dallas DFW Centurion Club Review Miami MIA DFW Centurion Club Review San Francisco SFO Centurion Club Review Las Vegas LAS Centurion Club Review LaGuardia LGA Centurion Club If you have never visited a Centurion Club by American Express you are really missing out. Show More Summary

Fatal shooting in San Francisco ignites immigration policy debate

San Francisco and its liberal policy toward people in the U.S. illegally were thrust into the national political debate this weekend after the fatal shooting of a woman at a popular tourist destination, allegedly by a man with a criminal record who had been deported to Mexico several times.

San Francisco Pier 14: Kathryn Steinle Shot To Death In Broad Daylight

Kathryn Steinle, 32, was shot and killed on a San Francisco pier in broad daylight. Police arrested Francisco Sanchez, 45, on Wednesday after the tragic shooting. Kathryn was walking with her father, Jim Steinle, and a friend when she was randomly shot in the back. Show More Summary

San Francisco victim's parents want herdeath out of politics

20 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The parents of a woman shot and killed at a popular tourist spot in San Francisco don’t want her death politicized.

Suspect In San Francisco Shooting Had Been Deported 5 Times

The suspect accused of a random shooting that killed a woman strolling a popular San Francisco pier had previously been deported five times. Francisco Sanchez, 45, was arrested soon after allegedly firing a single shot that killed Katheryn Steinle, 32, as she and her father walked on Pier 14 Thursday evening, San Francisco police have said. Show More Summary

Suspect in SF Woman's Murder Deported 5 Times

The man accused of murdering a woman in San Francisco this week is an undocumented immigrant who's been deported five times—and nearly got kicked out again earlier this year, CNN reports. Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, 45, is in jail and faces a murder charge for the shooting death of 31-year-old...

Nationals win, but without Strasburg

For an hour Saturday at Nationals Park, things felt perfect for the Washington Nationals. They pounced on sleepy San Francisco Giants starter Madison Bumgarner, one of the most fearsome starters in baseball. Five pitches into the game, both Michael A. Show More Summary

Strasburg Injured in Nats' 9-3 Win Over SF

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Bryce Harper homered, Tyler Moore drove in four runs and the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants 9-3 on Saturday despite Stephen Strasburg exiting in the fourth inning with an apparent injury.

Trump exploits tragic shooting to reinforce his racism

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump didn’t hesitate to use a random act of violence in San Francisco to double down on his racism and demonize all Mexican immigrants. Instead of being able to make a nuanced point about anything, he demonstrated that his walnut-sized brain is incapable of...

Giants Attempt Bryce Harper Pickoff Using The Center Fielder

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

San Francisco attempted some clever trickery today when Bryce Harper had to rush back to second on a pickoff play that required Giants center fielder Gregor Blanco to rush in and cover second. Read more...

San Francisco “Sanctuary City” Policy Leads to Young Woman’s Murder

The murder of 31-year-old Kate Steinle at Pier 14 in San Francisco could have been prevented. Before the murder, authorities had the confessed killer in custody, and knew he was an illegal alien. ICE had told them. But, thanks to San Francisco’s “sanctuary city” policy, police knowingly let him go. Above: Kate Steinle, whose murder […]

Nationals Pitcher Strasburg Exits Early With Injury

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Washington Nationals' RHP Stephen Strasburg left Saturday's game against the San Francisco Giants in the fourth inning because of an injury.

California Senate officially dedicating San Francisco tunnel to Robin Williams

The San Francisco Bay Area will honor Robin Williams with a tunnel to be named after him later this year. The idea was first floated by Belvedere resident Julie Wainwright by way of a […]

Stephen Strasburg Injury: Updates on Nationals P's Status and Return

Stephen Strasburg's difficult year for the Washington Nationals got a little more harsh, as the right-hander left Saturday's game against the San Francisco Giants with an injury. Continue for updates. Strasburg Leaves in Fourth Inning Saturday,...Show More Summary

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