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Splashed on the front page this morning was the report about Tosca Cafe's sentimental weekend - that aforementioned "four-day party" - as the North Beach icon passes from longtime owner Jeannette Etheredge to the New York duo of Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield of the Spotted Pig, Breslin et al. Comment?
Participants in the Ride of Silence pause at the intersection of Oak and Franklin streets, where a cyclist was killed. Comment?
The Canadian government has launched an aggressive campaign to lure Silicon Valley tech workers frustrated by U.S. visa policies northward, just as Congress wrestles with a long-sought overhaul of America's immigration system. Comment?
The story of New England Lobster Co. began in South San Francisco several years ago, when the fish wholesaler first started importing its signature crustaceans. Comment?
Supervisor David Campos certainly stirred a debate when he proposed adding slain gay-rights pioneer Harvey Milk's name to San Francisco International Airport. Comment?
You may or may not have seen the news that according to Movoto, the top 10 most exciting cities include SF and Oakland, but it's Oakland that takes grand prize. Comment?
The ferry service from Oakland to South San Francisco carried an average of just 131 riders a day in a recent week. 3 comments
Jamey Garza's spin on the Acapulco chair features saddle-grade leather and a powder-coated base. Comment?
A $1.7 billion deal between Lennar Corp. and a pair of Chinese government entities to construct 12,500 homes on the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco and a string of high-rises on Treasure Island has collapsed. Comment?
Mission Local sat down recently with District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener to talk about issues affecting San Franciscans and Mission residents. Comment?
Back in January, my brother and I sat down to a family dinner with our folks. Alex regaled us with an adventure he and some co-workers went on in Japantown. Comment?
San Francisco's seemingly intractable homeless problem occasionally contains glimmers of hope. Comment?
For about 14 years, a building at the northwest corner of 22nd Street and South Van Ness has been vacant, but that could change as soon as next year. Comment?
Mayor Ed Lee campaigned on a promise to create more jobs for San Franciscans. He launched a new program, TechSF, in October specifically designed to help train residents to get jobs in the tech sector. Comment?
Tender Greens opened its first Northern California location in 2011 when it arrived in Walnut Creek. Comment?
San Francisco took a symbolic step Tuesday toward ridding its retirement holdings of investments in the biggest fossil fuel companies, even if it may be years before divestment is realized. Comment?
A South San Francisco man has pleaded no contest to charges that he kidnapped his two young children from their home and took them on a three-day jaunt aboard a stolen yacht, authorities said Monday. Comment?
A South San Francisco man is facing up to four years and four months in jail after pleading no contest to charges that he kidnapped his two children and took them away on a stolen yacht. Comment?
Legislation by Supervisors Mark Farrell and Scott Wiener that would allow Tenancy-in-Common owners to bypass the city's condo conversion lottery had been stalled at committee by concerns that it would reduce the number of rental properties in the city. Comment?
Since 1899, Freed, Teller & Freed has been providing coffee and tea to San Francisco, but sadly, it will say goodbye for good in the second half of May. Comment?