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12/19/2013

Well, this probably won't go over too well with those Oakland City Council protestors. According to a story published in the ... More»

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12/18/2013

It’s a typical 6 p.m. scene on Market Street: Buses lumber to the next stop, taxis and cars alternately slam accelerators and brakes... More»

12/17/2013

There are so many uncertainties in this world. The content of Aristotle's lost book on comedy. The existence of a tribe in the Amazon with no concept of... More»

12/16/2013

Chatter about creepy members-only associations in town focuses either on The Battery, home of tech's most primped elite, or the Bohemian Grove, where Dick... More»

12/9/2013

"I'm not surprised," said Supervisor David Campos, whose district includes the corner of 24th and Mission where a combustible... More»

12/9/2013

A group of protestors, angered by rising rents and neighborhood gentrification,... More»

12/5/2013

"I think procurement is hugely sexy,” says Jennifer Pahlka, sitting in the South of Market headquarters of... More»

12/5/2013

City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed suit yesterday against former Supervisor Michael Yaki, alleging that he violated the city's lobbyist ordinance. Yaki had... More»

11/27/2013

With an unprecedented building boom in our midst, the city’s seven-person Planning Commission wields more control than ever, from rejecting plans for... More»

InstaGIS
11/25/2013

Last week, the Rules Committee of the Board of Supervisors unanimously recommended approval of Supervisor Mark Farrell’s open data ordinance. The... More»

11/22/2013

There's a reason that the upcoming HBO show Looking (or as we like to call it, Girls for Gays) is set in San Francisco. Though... More»