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George Lucas Museum May Find a Home in SF

George Lucas Museum May Find a Home in SF

George Lucas is once again considering San Francisco as a possible home for a museum featuring his collection of illustrative art and movie memorabilia, according to a report from SFGate. [Read entire story]

SF’s Annual Bay to Breakers Run Draws Thousands

SF's Annual Bay to Breakers Run Draws Thousands

Superheroes flew down the street, an early version of the Trump wall made an appearance and there were multiple Elvis sightings. It was merely par for the course at this annual mid-May event in San Francisco.Photo [Read entire story]

Driver Rescued After Car Plummets Over Embankment

Driver Rescued After Car Plummets Over Embankment

Rescue crews pulled a man to safety Sunday morning after his car plummeted 150 feet down an embankment off Highway 9 in Saratoga, according to the California Highway Patrol.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Bay Area Drops to No. 2 in Innovation: Report

The Bay Area is no longer the most innovative region in the U.S., according to a new report.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Former SF Gun Shop to Become Pot Dispensary

Former SF Gun Shop to Become Pot Dispensary

San Francisco's last gun shop standing closed its doors last fall. Now it is reopening - as a pot shop.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

SF Venus Statue Gets a Lift

SF Venus Statue Gets a Lift

Construction crews using an enormous crane on Tuesday hoisted a key section of a 92-foot Venus statue at the Trinity Place Apartments in San Francisco.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

SF Venus Statue Gets a Lift

Construction crews using an enormous crane on Tuesday hoisted a key section of a 92-foot Venus statue at the Trinity Place Apartments in San Francisco.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Reddit to Move Into SF’s Tenderloin District

Tech company Reddit is moving to the more affordable Tenderloin district of San Francisco, near Union Square and down the road from Twitter and Uber, according to a report from the San Francisco Business Times.The social [Read entire story]