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In late 2011, Drake dropped "The Motto," a hip hop anthem that reminded all of us that, indeed, we only live once.
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"These lanes represent a low-cost, but high-impact measure to decrease travel time by preventing cars from using transit only lanes."
Love it or hate it, San Francisco architecture has always been all over the place in terms of design.
San Francisco's appetite for underground dinners seems to be insatiable. Five-year-old Lazy Bear has become one of Yelp's highest-rated restaurants and is preparing to open a permanent restaurant in the Mission .
The Friends of the Urban Forest, a non-profit dedicated to helping San Franciscans care for sidewalk vegetation, is planting trees in the Mission to give residents a chance for subsidized foliage outside their building: species that are most suitable for the conditions at each planting site, and the property owner makes the final selection.
San Francisco lawmakers narrowly agreed Tuesday to place a 2-cent-per-ounce tax on sugary drinks on the November ballot, a move that promises to turn the election into an expensive fight between the beverage industry and public health advocates.
Travelers who want to move more quickly through airport security can now enroll in TSA Precheck at a new enrollment center at San Francisco International Airport, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Matt Smith, co-founder of Icix, a software platform that gives retailers and manufacturers visibility into potential supply chain problems.
If you talk to many San Franciscans, they know that places such as Buena Vista, Tadich and Sam's are classic eateries, but few will have heard of the Gold Mirror.
The supervisors also voted 6-4 to place a ballot measure before the electorate that would tie transportation funding to the city's population growth.
"Why not simply get rid of the toll plaza? We really don't need it. The toll collection equipment could then be on a simple metal bar across the southbound lanes.
As if more proof is needed that San Franciscans have conflicted - and conflicting - views of our city's architecture, a survey released today reveals that a disproportionate segment of the population wants new buildings to be smaller - and a disproportionate number wants them to be bigger, instead.
By Bay City News Service: South San Francisco police issued 141 citations Friday and Saturday during a crackdown on speeding.
As the San Francisco Board of Supervisors prepares to place a 2-cents-per-ounce soda tax on the November ballot at its Tuesday meeting, the city's economist has released a report predicting the tax would lead San Franciscans to reduce their soda consumption by 31 percent.
NBC Bay Area reported on how two major parking apps - ParkModo and Sweetch - have adapted to the city's rules and regulations.
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