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That squeezed out feeling San Francisco residents have been complaining about isn't just psychosomatic. A new study shows that evictionsespecially ones where units are taken off the rental markethave "skyrocketed," reports the San Francisco Chronicle
When I knew I was coming here to cover the America's Cup, it was one of the first things I wrote down on the "to do" list. Cioppino originated in San Francisco, part of the Italian-American heritage of this place, particularly around the suburb of
The Top of Broadway Community Benefit District won approval from the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Government Audit and Oversight Committee at its most recent meeting. Formed by North Beach commercial property owners and residents, the CBD will
It's been over a year since North Beach's Piazza Market closed its doors but nothing has come along to take its place. The property, boasting 12,000 square feet at $4 per square foot, has attracted plenty of interest yet still remains empty. "There's
Patrick LeBold , better known to most in North Beach as Captain Cool, is the man your mother warned you about. Or at least that's what the people in Aberdeen, S.D., thought when they saw the young "longhair" maturing into adulthood in the 1960s.
I sported no requisite pointy Van Dyke beard; no facial hair at all, in fact. I was bereft of a beret, left my cool shades in the car's glove compartment and wore running shoes instead of authentic huarache sandals...But that did not disqualify me
In March, President Xi Jinping went to South Africa on his first official overseas tour. Durban, South Africa's third largest city and its busiest port...But unlike that other famous South African city, Cape Town, it's not renowned as an
If you live on Belle Isle, in Sunset Harbour or the West Avenue corridor, no one has to tell you about sea rise and flooding youve experienced it first-hand on dry days during high tide. Miami Beach Miami Beach may finally give Real Housewives
A 12-inch water main that broke in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood early Wednesday morning will take several more hours to repair, according to the city's Public Utilities Commission. Filbert Street near Mason Street at about 3 a.m. and
Examiner Tunnel-boring machines for Muni's Central Subway project will be brought up at the abandoned Pagoda Palace theater. A plan to bring up Muni's Central Subway machinery at an abandoned theater in North Beach was approved Tuesday by the agency'