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When prayer doesn't do a bit of good
Two days before Thanksgiving, the San Francisco Interfaith Council held its 16th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Breakfast, themed Honoring Veterans and the Faith Communities That Serve Them.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
S.F.'s Hayes Valley: From seedy to snooty?
Directions from Sacramento: Take Interstate 80 west over the Bay Bridge. Veer right on Highway 101 toward Van Ness.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Lights out at Moishe's Pippic after 26 years in deli business
After 26 years of grinding chopped liver by hand six days a week, Joe Sattler has closed Moishe's Pippic, the Jewish delicatessen he opened in 1987 in San Francisco's Hayes Valley.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Judy Rodgers and Zuni: A match for the ages
This week, San Francisco dining discussion has revolved around one person: Zuni Cafe chef and co-owner Judy Rodgers , who died of cancer Monday.
Inside Bay Area
Happy Wanderer: San Francisco aglow with all manner of lights for holidays
As we get ready to deck the halls, we look to an old friend who keeps her Christmas lights up all year round.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Don't call them 'techies'
A shuttle bus for tech workers living in San Francisco and commuting to Silicon Valley.
Travel industry hopes light installations make San Francisco shine
The annual holiday tree lighting ceremony in San Francisco's financial district headlined by 49ers players and singer Carly Rae Jepsen this evening will not be the only light installation brightening up the city.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
NBC Bay Area
Moishe's Pippic, Jewish Deli, Closes in San Francisco
A Chicago style Jewish-run deli in San Francisco with the memorable name - Moishe's Pippic - closed for good on Monday after 26 years in business and on the fifth day of Hanukkah.
Hotel News Resource
Richard Ehmer/The Ehmer Group Closes Transactions in San Francisco and Oakland a '
The Ehmer Group, a San Francisco-based member of Hotel Brokers International, announces the successful marketing and sale of the Casa Loma Hotel located in San Francisco as well as the sale of a Hotel Development Site in Oakland, California.
Man killed in San Francisco over PlayStation 4 game console
A young man hoping to make a few bucks by selling his PlayStation 4 game console after placing an online ad was shot and killed by an unknown gunman on Sunday afternoon while trying to make the sale.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Obama Protest SF
President Obama was in San Francisco for another major fundraiser at the SF Jazz Center in Hayes Valley on Monday, November 25th around noon.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
We Wanna Be Friends With: SF's Fabulous 'Golden Girls'
Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.
Right Wing News
Astroturfed Marxists Call for an Obama Dictatorship
Of dreams and nightmares, a dictator arises - enter Obama. As Obama arrived in San Francisco Monday, no one literally cared.
French inches its way back into the San Francisco dining scene
There's a danger in being such a ubiquitous presence that it's difficult to remain distinctive - look at how the once trade-marked aspirin became a generic term and how Jell-O employs a whole team of lawyers to keep its name from going the same route.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Obama In SF: Calls For Immigration Reform, Drubs "certain Republicans" For Opposition
Protesters who oppose the proposed Keystone XL pipeline gathered near the SFJazz Center, where President Barack Obama made a fundraising appearance Monday afternoon.
35th Harvey Milk & George Moscone Vigil & Night of Remembrance at City Hall
On November 27, the "35th Harvey Milk & George Moscone Vigil & Night of Remembrance" will be held at San Francisco City Hall.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Mission District Braces for Another Wave of Evictions and Development
Since Cinco de Mayo, when local anarchists and housing advocates organized a block party in the Mission to call attention to the ongoing onslaught of Ellis Act evictions, a new ground swell of support has risen for direct action against displacement and gentrification in San Francisco.
Upper Market renaissance draws renters with Venn opening
The U-Hauls will be pulling up in front of Venn this weekend - the second in a string of upscale housing projects that are changing the face of Upper Market.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
NBC Bay Area
Bike Lockers Replace Parking Spots?
San Francisco could become the first major American city to replace parking spaces for automobiles with lockers for bicycles, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Ticket prices drop for Obama fundraiser in SF
Ticket sales for President Barack Obama's fundraiser in San Francisco next week are so slow there's a price cut.