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Meals on Wheels: Scenes From Opening Night at Off the Grid: Fort Mason

Meals on Wheels: Scenes From Opening Night at Off the Grid: Fort Mason

Friday marked the season opener for Off the Grid's Fort Mason event, and the food truck fest has stepped its game up this year, with 14 new vendors, more booze and a carnival theme that brings classic games like [Read entire story]

Two Stabbed In Melee Outside San Francisco Tenderloin Pizza Parlor

Two people were hospitalized, one with serious injuries, after a stabbing in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood early Monday morning, a police spokesman said. [Read entire story]

Two Stabbed In Melee Outside San Francisco Tenderloin Pizza Parlor

Two people were hospitalized, one with serious injuries, after a stabbing in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood early Monday morning, a police spokesman said. [Read entire story]

South San Francisco police: Arson suspect set fire to parked cars

Fire crews responded at 2:38 a.m. to the intersection of Eucalyptus and Grand Avenues where two parked cars had been deliberately set on fire, police said. [Read entire story]

South San Francisco police: Arson suspect set fire to parked cars

Fire crews responded at 2:38 a.m. to the intersection of Eucalyptus and Grand Avenues where two parked cars had been deliberately set on fire, police said. [Read entire story]

Getting over the soiled napery of San Francisco

The book's in the public domain now, and an online reading revealed that it still has some useful tips: On Saturday and Sunday evening, the mass of San Francisco's great cosmopolitan population holds holiday, and the [Read entire story]

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wins National Book Critics award

Other winners at Thursday's ceremony in Manhattan included Frank Bidart's "Metaphysical Dog" for poetry and Franco Moretti's "Distant Reading" for criticism, with books by Jonathan Franzen and Janet Malcolm among the [Read entire story]

Arrival of Marsalis’ band highlights lack of women in jazz

The 15-piece all-male band opens a sold-out four-night run Thursday at the SFJazz Center, and on Saturday night they'll be greeted by protesters calling for the orchestra to institute "blind auditions" like those that [Read entire story]

Christopher Maltman review: Vibrant recital of soldier songs

The long and deadly reach of World War I extended into the imaginations - and sometimes the very lives - of the poets, composers and artists affected by it, and the centennial of the war's beginning has already brought a [Read entire story]

New on DVD and Blu-ray, March 18

Feature: Ambush at Dark Canyon (2012), American Hustle (2013), Battle of the Undead (2013), Contracted (2013), Forgetting the Girl (2012), Here Comes the Devil (2012), Horror at 37,000 Feet (1973), Insane (2010), Inside [Read entire story]

‘Wrestling Jerusalem’ review: Solo show goes to the mat

Deep sadness and wistful hope emanate from his portraits of Israelis and Palestinians in "Wrestling Jerusalem," which opened Saturday at Intersection for the Arts. Drawn from his interactions with a broad array of [Read entire story]

‘Doll & Em’ review: Typecast show can’t stretch its wings

Why? Because if all else fails, it can always write about itself, as it has for more than a century now. The number of films and TV shows about Hollywood speaks to the insulated, self-referential nature of this [Read entire story]

UC San Francisco picks Alan Ashworth to head cancer center

The University of California, San Francisco hired Alan Ashworth, CEO of London's Institute of Cancer Research, to lead its cancer center, starting in January 2015. Ashworth, a cancer researcher, succeeds Frank [Read entire story]

UberX, Lyft prompt state insurance regulator hearing

UberX, Lyft prompt state insurance regulator hearing

The California State Department of Insurance is planning a hearing to gather information on insurance issues relating to “transportation network companies,” the newly regulated smartphone services that get people [Read entire story]

Five Prime deals again: Bristol-Myers Squibb research pact nets cash, equity

Five Prime deals again: Bristol-Myers Squibb research pact nets cash, equity

Five Prime Therapeutics’ latest deal — a potential $350 million-plus collaboration with drug powerhouse Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. focused on booming research that uses the immune system to fight cancer — sent shares [Read entire story]

Ruling leaves Pandora songwriter royalty unchanged

Ruling leaves Pandora songwriter royalty unchanged

A federal judge on Friday ruled that the royalty rate Pandora Media Inc. pays songwriters will remain unchanged over the next two years. The New York Times reports the federal District Court judge in Manhattan ruled [Read entire story]

Google Drive prices slashed in online storage competition

Google Drive prices slashed in online storage competition

Google Inc. has reduced the price of its Google Drive online storage, undercutting most competitors and pushing its other online services. Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) dropped the price of Google Drive storage to $9.99 per [Read entire story]

Ohlone College nears deal on apartments, retail

Ohlone College is working on a deal to lease part of its Fremont campus for a mixed-use development that would include apartments and retail. The Argus reports the Mission Boulevard Mixed-Use Project would be made up of [Read entire story]

Game Developers Conference to aim at 3-D, social issues

Game Developers Conference to aim at 3-D, social issues

This year's Game Developers Conference opens at Moscone Center in San Francisco Monday, with participants ready to show off prototype video games, virtual-reality goggles and other products. On the GDC agenda are [Read entire story]

Asian-themed retail projects pull in $400 million in investment

Four Asian-focused retail projects being planned in the East Bay and the South Bay have attracted more than $400 million in investment, as the number of Asian residents in the area grows. The Oakland Tribune reports the [Read entire story]