City Hall Headlines For May 31, 2013: SF's Budget, Mexican Museum Mess

“Still, the budget for fiscal 2013-14 is $300 million more than Lee originally planned for last year when he unveiled the city’s first two-year budget….

Cops, Courts, And Crime Headlines For May 31, 2013: Dog Scam, Suhr Ducks Tenderloin Protest

“The First District Court of Appeal in San Francisco said state officials had failed to explain their insistence on using three drugs – an anesthetic…

SF Business Headlines For May 31, 2013: Randy Rooster's Troubles, Madame Tussauds Moves In

“Randy Rooster, billed as ‘San Francisco’s first gay burlesque style establishment,’ hasn’t gone down too well with some residents of the Castro district, where the…

SF Real Estate Headlines May 31, 2013: Tenderloin Tours, SOMA Grand Lawsuit

,/center> Apple should think outside the box [Chron] [ABC7] “AB 1273, which San Francisco Assemblyman Phil Ting introduced at the request of Mayor Ed Lee…

Traffic, Transit, And Getting Around Headlines For May 31, 2013: Leap Shuttle Excoriated, Solar Bikeshare

“How does blocking a Muni stop make the city more efficient? You’re trying to make money, and you’re creating a two-tiered transportation system in San…

Less Easily Categorized Headlines For May 31, 2013: Pride Forum, Old People At The Movies

Concerns In SF Chinatown Over Immigration Reform [KCBS] “The baby giraffe, not yet named, spent her first morning in the public eye doing mostly what…

Less Easily Categorized Headlines For May 30, 2013: Minor Bankruptcy, Rock Medicine

“The organization was founded in spring 1973 when the late rock promoter Bill Graham asked the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics to run a medical tent…

Traffic, Transit, And Getting Around Headlines For May 30, 2013: Private Bus Line, Garbage Truck Rules

Loose railing issue fixed on new Bay Bridge bike path [ABC7] “Anyone with $6 and the Leap iPhone app can order a ride, get picked…

SF Schools And Kids Headlines For May 30, 2013: Lowell Kids Lose $120,000

SF high school students lose $120,000 in trip money [ABC7]

SF Real Estate Headlines May 30, 2013: Star Treking SF, Remembering SF's Railroad

Lofts At 7 to soon open in Tenderloin [ABC7] “Based on the forest of skyscrapers in the “Star Trek” and “Star Trek: Into Darkness” skyline,…

SF Business Headlines For May 30, 2013: Twitter Confusion, Squat And Gobble Returns

“Costolo said that he urges his team to take risks and figure out ways to bridge the gap between the insiders who are versed in…

Cops, Courts, And Crime Headlines For May 30, 2013: Liberating A Stolen Bike, Shooting Suspect's Questionable Past

Liberating a stolen bike with a pedal-powered angle grinder [MM] “Since Tenderloin Captain Joe Garrity’s departure in early May, his trail of broken commitments has…

City Hall Headlines For May 30, 2013: Mayor Flips On Apple Store, Tracking Tax Money

“Lee now says that he plans to visit the existing triangular plaza, where red bricks spill around the fountain designed especially for the space.” S.F….

Less Easily Categorized Headlines For May 29, 2013: Missing Man, Moderating Manning Forum

“Contrary to the false suggestion by the SF Pride Board in its initial statement that Manning’s actions put American troops in harm’s way, in reality,…

Traffic, Transit, And Getting Around Headlines For May 29, 2013: Bay Bridge's Welding Bork, Transforming Second Street

“Crews that built the railing committed what experts called a basic mistake – they welded the bolts in place firmly in their slots rather than…

SF Schools And Kids Headlines For May 29, 2013: Lunch Director Retires

“When San Francisco Unified School District’s Student Nutrition Services director Ed Wilkins retires next month after 16 years, SF’s students will lose a champion for…

SF Real Estate Headlines May 29, 2013: Whither Topshop, Noe Valley Power Outages

“Beyond the historical value of the land, it also will bridge one of the last remaining gaps for the city’s proposed Blue Greenway, an ambitious…

SF Business Headlines For May 29, 2013: Twitter Wins Spam Suit, Under One Roof Returns

“The tools function by providing downloadable software (usually for a fee) that lets users easily tweet posts and direct messages automatically.” Twitter triumphs in spam…

Cops, Courts, And Crime Headlines For May 28, 2013: Disabled Sailors Robbed, SFPD's $40 Million In Raises

Thieves steal from disabled sailors in San Francisco [ABC7] “The big-box retailer pleaded guilty at the U.S. District Court in San Francisco to six misdemeanor…

City Hall Headlines For May 29, 2013: SF's Super Bowl Village, A Tang Challenger Rises

“While tax revenue has been increasing along with the improving economy, Lee still had a roughly $100 million deficit to fill citywide, according to the…

Less Easily Categorized Headlines For May 28, 2013: Star Wars At The Coronet, Remembering Shorty

“Gene Burns, a veteran KGO talk show host whose generosity and wit evoked comparisons to Santa Claus, died Saturday at California Pacific Medical Center in…

Traffic, Transit, And Getting Around Headlines For May 28, 2013: No Trust In Bay Bridge, Pedicabbing Explored

“Ladies and gentleman, I present you with the FY 2011-2012 San Francisco parking and traffic statistics. “ Parking and Traffic Number Crunching [7x7] “Operating under…

SF Real Estate Headlines May 28, 2013: Impending Target, New Apple Store's Design Drubbed

Raw Sewage Leak Plagues SF Noe Valley Residents [CBS5] “Anyone know of a marker or plaque in the City commemorating a out bisexual? Lemme know…

SF Business Headlines For May 28, 2013: Kale Chips, Stacks Tables

“Stacks was informed roughly six weeks ago that a loophole in their outdoor seating permit, which originally included just one table on Octavia Street, had…

Cops, Courts, And Crime Headlines For May 28, 2013: Ammo Shortage, Bystanders Film Dying Man

“Carriers are supposed to be able to put the disabling feature into use. But those who have bricking capability haven’t made it clear to customers,…