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2/14/2012

The largest San Francisco showing of the AIDS Memorial Quilt in 13 years takes place this week in the Castro district in order to coincide with Valentine's... More»

2/13/2012

While prepping for his first shot on the 15th hole of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro Am this past Saturday, 49ers coach Jim Haurbaugh takes a moment... More»

2/13/2012

The number of times we’ve all wailed “I’ve got nothing to wear” in front of a full closet is more than a little embarrassing. And... More»

2/9/2012

The streets of Oakland’s Rockridge and Montclair districts are lined with nice homes that tempt burglars. “We are a target-rich environment,... More»

2/9/2012

In case you missed out, here's a round-up of our top online stories, plus a few others we think you'll find interesting. ... More»

2/9/2012

Wondering how San Francisco celebrates Valentine's Day? Here's a roundup of a few San Francisco-centric events of the day:  Women 2.0 is... More»

2/8/2012

The closer we get to 2013, the more tacky souvenirs and meaningless PR stunts to get the world riled up about the America’s Cup we’re likely to... More»

2/8/2012

Where do you stand on the issue of who pays? For the first couple of dates, I think the guy should offer to pay. That said, women... More»

2/7/2012

As San Francisco celebrates today's 9th Circuit decision declaring Prop. 8 unconstitutional, much of the credit should go to City Attorney Dennis Herrera... More»

2/6/2012

 Strange but true: At the same time that many smaller, cash-strapped museums have been forced to close, major arts institutions seem to be in the... More»

2/6/2012

For a region that stretches just 25 miles and is barely a mile wide in most places, Burgundy (at least its main strip, the Côte d’Or) casts... More»

2/6/2012

Of course, he wants to celebrate with family and friends, but perhaps he’s also trying to get some hometown luck on his side—in more ... More»