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3/20/2013

Partly by design, San Francisco's public art courts controversy. In 1981, Robert Arneson's sculpture of slain Mayor George Moscone was rejected by the city'... More»

3/15/2013

The final four teams in the World Baseball Classic will be coming to San... More»

3/14/2013

Jeremy Lin's rise to NBA stardom has been well documented. But not every rags-to-Rockets story deserves its own documentary, and certainly not a Sundance-... More»

3/8/2013

A group of bicyclists riding in united protest against the government is not an unusual sight in this town. But doing it in the buff, rain or shine, just... More»

3/6/2013

The Warriors recently debuted a new basketball jersey that ditches the usual tank top and replaces it with a sleeved shirt that, to our eyes, makes the... More»

3/4/2013

A useful way to think about light artist Leo Villareal is as a DJ. His installations manipulate light into richly textured patterns and... More»

3/1/2013

Dearest Alex, We can’t believe it’s come to this. After everything we’ve been through together, to see you shipped off to the... More»

2/28/2013

Tomorrow night, Uptown Oakland can expect the typical blowout as thousands of Bay Area culture vultures, DIY hipsters, food truck aficionados and good ol... More»

2/13/2013

Both the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants come into 2013 ready to hang their banners—the A's earned an AL West title, the Giants were World... More»

2/13/2013

With Spring Training firing up this week, some of the Super Bowl sting is beginning to fade in San Francisco. It's time to look forward to the Giants... More»