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The chorus Gaude performs Sunday at Old First Church in San Francisco

"We are all in the gutter," wrote Oscar Wilde, "but some of us are looking at the stars." Those "some" include a range of composers over many centuries, whose handiwork goes to make up the program offered this weekend by [Read entire story]

3 men charged in heist at jewelry store in SF’s Pacific Heights

Marshall Harris , Michael Alexis and Ray Hall were arrested in connection with an Aug. 8 jewelry store robbery in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Marshall Harris , Michael Alexis and Ray Hall were [Read entire story]

3 men charged in heist at jewelry store in SF

Marshall Harris , Michael Alexis and Ray Hall were arrested in connection with an Aug. 8 jewelry store robbery in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Marshall Harris , Michael Alexis and Ray Hall were [Read entire story]

Earthquake: Magnitude 3.0 quake strikes offshore near San Francisco

A shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported off the Northern California coast Tuesday morning about seven miles west of San Francisco, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 6:36 a.m. [Read entire story]

Did You Feel It? Earthquake Strikes Near San Francisco Zoo

Did You Feel It? Earthquake Strikes Near San Francisco Zoo

If you felt a little rattled as you got ready for work this morning, you weren't alone: According to the US Geological Survey, that shaking you felt was an earthquake just off the San Francisco Coast. According to [Read entire story]

San Francisco’s Souvla to Pop Up in the East Bay, Sort of

Every single day, Souvla employees field requests from East Bay residents on the phone, by email, or on social media: "Please, open a Souvla in Oakland!" "Bring Souvla to Berkeley!" That's according to Charles [Read entire story]

Magnitude 3.2 earthquake strikes off the San Francisco coast

A magnitude 3.2 quake struck off the San Francisco at 5:36 AM on August 22, 2017. The quake was centered 5 miles southwest of Muir Beach and 6.8 miles northwest from the San Francisco zoo. [Read entire story]

Self-Driving Cars. Rogue Nuke Launches. Evil AI. What Tech Threats…

Technology is transforming our lives so profoundly, so quickly, that it can be scary. We asked experts to weigh in on how much we should be stressed about self-driving cars, rogue nuke launches, evil AI, and more. [Read entire story]

No Hatred In San Francisco

Unless otherwise stated by the author, all content is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast, on the net and elsewhere. Opinions are those of the contributors and are not necessarily endorsed by the SF [Read entire story]

San Francisco: When is the next total solar eclipse?

Fun yet fleeting was the solar eclipse that passed through the United States today. Crowds gathered on rooftops . [Read entire story]

Hitler in the Green Room Comes to San Francisco Fringe Next Month

Predating Steve Bannon and Kellyanne and long before Charlottesville, Bay Area composer and satirist K. S. Haddock was writing the musical Hitler in the Green Room. In the vein of Mel Brooks's Springtime for Hitler [Read entire story]

San Francisco targets speeders as school starts

Around 65,000 students and teachers head back to school Monday in San Francisco, and city officials are reminding drivers to slow down. To ensure the safety of students on the street during the first week of school, the [Read entire story]

Police: Male suspect threatened women at BART station

Click through to see violent crimes reported by Bay Area cities in 2015, starting with the cities that reported the highest incidents of violent crime. Statistics from the FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2015. [Read entire story]

Tiburon environmentalists plan exhibits for bayside trail

The scenic Old Rail Trail that stretches along the Tiburon waterfront will soon feature new interpretive signs telling the history of the Richardson Bay and how it became a sanctuary for wintering birds. The project [Read entire story]

Demonstrators in San Francisco Denounce White Supremacy

Demonstrators gathered in San Francisco on Saturday to rebuke white supremacy and request a name change at Justin Herman Plaza. Christie Smith reports. [Read entire story]

Berkeley modifies laws to empower officials during protests

Police officers stand by as protesters face off April 15 in Berkeley. Officials changed the municipal code Friday to give the city manager the ability to issue rules at unauthorized events. [Read entire story]

Pigeons won’t stop pooping all over the Powell BART station,

The opinions of commuters who frequently use the Powell Street BART station vary about the large pigeon population that live in and around the station. They waddle on the yellow line next to the BART tracks. [Read entire story]

Trump is half-right on trade and immigration

President Donald Trump's policy agenda may seem somewhat incoherent, but his underlying approach - developed, in large part, by now-departed chief strategist Steve Bannon - can be best summarized in one word: [Read entire story]

ILWU Local 10 Moves to Stop the Fascists in San Francisco Saturday August 26

On August 17, International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 10 voted an urgent motion for labor mobilization to "Stop the Fascists in San Francisco." The dock workers, who have a long history of port shutdowns [Read entire story]

Sixty-five years later, 1952 earthquake memories still vivid

Railroad tunnels and tracks were heavily damaged by the 1952 earthquake. The tracks were heaved out of line in some areas and buried in other areas. [Read entire story]