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Posted No Castro Halloween Again This Year to News
In an attempt to create a calmer Halloween environment than years past, public officials are once again urging that revelers stay "Home for Halloween", as...
Posted Will Fast Pass Preloaded Cards Help Ease Clipper Transition? to News
With October being the last month that riders can use the paper "A" (that is, usable on BART and Muni) Fast Pass, Muni appears to...
Posted Zombies Slated To Take Over Embarcadero Street Car Tuesday Morning to Culture/Entertainment
Attention, morning commuters and small children: we've been warned that one of our historic street cars will fall victim to a group of zombies on...
Posted Film Commission Trying To Line Up More SF TV, Movie Productions to Culture/Entertainment
Visually speaking, San Francisco has endless scenery to be captured on camera -- our famous skylines, sprawling parks and nature reserves, the hustle and bustle...
Posted Legislation To Fine Slacker Landlords Moves Forward to News
Back in August, we talked about proposed legislation introduced by Supervisor John Avalos, which would enforce fees on landlords who neglect to take action on...
Posted It Just Got A Little Easier To Get Home From The Giants Game: New Cabstand Approved For AT&T Park to News
With recent increases in panda headed crowds, running-on-adrenaline at AT&T Park, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency has decided to move forward with creating another temporary...
Posted SF Commuters Less Likely To Use Muni, Bay Bridge to News
Bay Area commuters are mixing it up, with some travelers moving away from public transit even as others move towards it. The reasons -- increases...
Posted Police Raid Tenderloin Hotel Occupied By Activists, Clearing "obstacles and blockades" to News
12:50 PM (Bay City News): Police have entered a vacant residential hotel in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood and are working to remove a group of...
Posted Dying Restaurants Could Mean Shorter Lines at SFO to News
San Francisco International Airport continuously stands out on its own. It remains to be the only airport known to have a curtained veil of silver...
Posted New Muni Driver Sick Day Policy Seems To Be Working to News
Looks like middle-schoolers wanting to skip gym class might not be the only ones needing a doctor's note these days. In part due to unfulfilled...
Posted Local Non-Profit Would Prefer Moral High Ground To $100K From Craigslist to News
The Center for Young Women's Development, is an organization that serves at-risk women and like many SF non-profits, could definitely use a charitable donation check...
Posted Despite Cable Car Fatalities, Community Members Say SF Refuses To Make Intersection Safer to News
View Larger Map Broadway and Mason streets, the site of a September 2008 cable car collision that left an 80-year-old woman dead, continues to be...
Posted Crime Blotter Monday, September 20: Muni Phone Theft, Club Brawls, Crime Outside Homes, Armed Muggings to News
View Friday, 9/17/10 12:18 PM: A man and woman were asleep in separate rooms at the 200 block of Howth, when three male suspects allegedly...
Posted The Department of Elections is Hiring Responsible, Early Bird, Poll Workers! to News
Have you ever gone to bed dreaming about working the polls for an important election? Assisting clueless voters in the voting process, counting slips of...
Commented on Crime Blotter Monday, September 13: Muni Stop Mayhem, Female vs. Female Crime, Look Out Pedestrians!
Burgos - Yes, the suspects went skateboarding down the street on a granola bar...makes for better aerodynamic movement than Skittles or a Power Bar, as a granola bar is more resilient to weather changes....
Posted Mission Mess: 31 Residents Without Trash Service In 20 Block Span to News
Since overall maintenance and cleanliness of our neighborhoods is not always a priority for SF residents ("As long we can't smell rotten eggs, we're fine!),...
Posted Crime Blotter Monday, September 13: Muni Stop Mayhem, Female vs. Female Crime, Look Out Pedestrians! to News
View SF Appeal Crime Blotter: Monday, September 13, 2010 in a larger map Friday, 9/10/10 7:05 AM: According to SFPD, Two manhole covers at Montgomery...
Posted Jellyfish: SF's Next Domesticated Pets? to Culture/Entertainment
Former biotech industry employee and San Franciscan Alex Andon runs a website which showcases a companion you're highly unlikely to find at your local pet...
Posted City Wants You To Watch For, Report Dangerous Tree Fungus to News
SF residents should have more on their mind than wondering how long this year's Indian Summer will last (although I'll admit Labor Day barbecues just...
Posted SF Continues Summer Of Tourist Terror With Double Decker Bus Crash to News
A collision involving a double-decker tour bus this past Sunday in North Beach has left passengers shaken up and one in the hospital for minor...
Posted Crime Blotter Monday, August 16: Jumped At Pier 39, T-Shirt Muggers, Robbed Taking Out The Trash to News
Friday, 8/13/10 3:01 PM:Two male suspects approached a man walking down Clara and 5th, pulled him into their vehicle, and robbed him of his money...
Posted Kids In SF 80% More Likely To End Up In Foster Care Than In Rest Of CA to News
Although some recent statistics indicate overall progress in San Francisco's foster care system, much work remains to be done, and statistics remain daunting. According to...
Posted Legislation Could Give SF Tenants New Way To Go After Negligent Landlords to News
The taco shop around the corner with the heartburn-inducing combination of carne asada and chili cheese fries, along with their generous "B grade" hanging proudly...
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Posted Hang With The SFPD At Tonight's "National Night Out" Events to News
In the face of tense relations between the Bay Area community and law enforcement, resulting from things like the Mehserle verdict and the general battle...