What the tech.
What the tech.
Jail deputies allegedly forced inmates to fight one another, an investigation found. Those who refused were threatened with beatings, or transfer to more dangerous sections of the jails.
They’ll be showing up at Sacramento and Bay Area adoption centers in the next few days.
“Two car N, N in 386 minutes.”
“I almost took a laptop to the head!”
So many emotions. Well, five, to be exact.
“This makes me feel like a Power Ranger.”
Over a decade after Damian, the actor is playing another full-figured, unapologetic gay character — and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
TURN AROUND, YOUTHS.
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is known for its croissant-muffin hybrid, the cruffin. The shop estimates between 200 and 300 recipes were stolen.
Drip or drilled?
Because actually working is overrated.
10 brave burritos entered the ring. One champion emerged.
Feathers everywhere. Literally everywhere.
“If this is a serious problem in San Francisco, it has got to be even more true in other parts of the United States.”
Eaze, which delivers medical marijuana, is offering a free eighth ounce of weed to new customers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
BART is the fifth-busiest rail system in the United States. But despite its popularity, we riders tend to know very little about these trains moving us around the Bay.
The blaze in the city’s Mission District killed one man, and six others were treated for smoke inhalation. Firefighters rescued a dozen people from the flames.
Omar Shahwan was identified by authorities Wednesday as the man whose body parts were found in a suitcase on the street. Mark Andrus, a person of interest who was arrested in connection to the case but later released, died Saturday.
City by the what?
Marvel’s first Muslim superhero puts out a call for “all bigotry busters.”
Bohemia and the bay.
In a city like this, your burrito options can be overwhelming. We can help!
It’s the city by the bay, baby!
I live in the land of the tech bro, so I wanted to see if I could get any ideas for disrupting using something they love: a hookup app.
Look up from your cell phone in San Francisco and this is what you’ll see.
Kai took us on a tour of his neighborhood to show us just how much it has changed in the few years since his family was evicted.
Two companies in Asia backed by Softbank Capital and one in the U.S. have discussed cross-booking and integrated apps.
After a slow-burn first season, the San Francisco-set HBO comedy-drama has become an even richer look at gay life. BuzzFeed News talked to the show’s actors and executive producer about the diversity issue, unlikable characters, and what to expect this year. Minor spoilers ahead.