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10/12/2015

  “On an individual level,” San Francisco officials say, they know how to end homelessness. In theory, it couldn... More»

10/8/2015

  From 1959 to 1993, Larsen Park, an otherwise nondescript scrap of greenery along 19th Avenue, was the resting place of not... More»

10/6/2015

  Jessica Hische draws letters for a living. But hers isn’t any old font shop: By her hand, script can be slinky and sexy; blocky and... More»

10/6/2015

  Being unable to afford rent in San Francisco is not exactly a badge of honor, but if you happen to wear a men’s size 9 (or women’... More»

10/6/2015

  A. Woody Allen’s newest untitled project B. The story behind the 2005 fire at Vallejo’s... More»

10/2/2015

  As the gatekeepers of every new building, large... More»

10/2/2015

  Progress, like public transit in San Francisco, moves slowly. And rarely in a straight line. And Jesus, does it break down a lot. But in the... More»

10/1/2015

  It’s 1854, and the beneficiaries of San Francisco’s first big boom, the gold rush, are looking for a place to... More»

9/30/2015

  Now that an entire city’s worth of leather gear has gone to the dry cleaners and everyone’s donned the ass-concealing chaps... More»