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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»

9/30/2015

  To a design purist, San Francisco’s flag is all kinds of wrong. Dating from 1900 and featuring a phoenix rising from a crown of flames... More»

9/25/2015

  At Autodesk’s Pier 9 workshop, “artist-in-residence” is an exceptionally broad term. The makers engaged at the waterside... More»

9/25/2015

  The Valley Fire, which has been raging for nearly two weeks and has killed four people, has so far burned... More»

9/23/2015

  In the old days of big-building construction in downtown San Francisco, developers simply plopped their giant edifices down, blocking off... More»

9/11/2015

  Though the festival's long gone, the lovelorn of Black Rock City needn't leave their longings for desert romance in the dust... More»

9/9/2015

  Shared workspaces have become so ubiquitous that we were actually surprised to learn that there isn’t one for pot—yet. On... More»

9/4/2015

  It’s painful to think of this as a farewell letter, although that’s probably what it is. With your hip surgery complete, your... More»