Someone has been car tipping.
Someone has been car tipping.
Photographer Meg Allen celebrates “those who choose to exist and identify outside the gender binary” through a series of stunning portraits.
More than half of Californians oppose an expensive rail project supported by Gov. Jerry Brown that would take riders between Los Angeles and San Francisco in less than three hours. That doesn’t seem to bother Brown — and it doesn’t seem to be hurting him either.
Life’s an adventure. Get out there.
Meanwhile In San Francisco is a personal journey through the city of San Francisco, illustrated with Wendy MacNaughton’s affectionate style.
San Francisco residents see the magic beyond the bridge and trolleys.
Angelinos are from Venus, San Franciscans are from Mars.
Charles River Ventures has quietly emerged as a venture capital force in Silicon Valley.
“I still have a waiter check with an outline for my novel on it that came to me while I waited for my section to be sat.”
The gold standard of football!
This is a real thing that happened.
“In the end it’s the queers that are going to look out for the queers. No one else is going to do that.”
Grab your keys and a friend.
Hollywood can’t seem to imagine anything outside New York and Los Angeles.
Unless you live in California, Seattle actually has more perfect days a year than your city does.
While HBO’s new San Francisco-set series Looking takes place in present day, its representation of the Bay Area bears more than a passing resemblance to the 1976 San Francisco of Tales of the City.
With The Days of Anna Madrigal, now in stores, Armistead Maupin concludes the nine-novel Tales of the City series he began in 1976. I spoke to Maupin about plotting a story over decades, the changing nature of gay identity, and saying good-bye to the characters he loves.
Responses to a quarterly survey show that Citi’s institutional investors are rooting for either Peyton Manning or Colin Kaepernick.
San Francisco’s tiny crime-fighting crusader gets his own “Batkid” movie and it is the most adorable thing you will see today.
It’s so much more than the “gay Girls.” In depicting the subtleties and reality of day-to-day life for three gay men in San Francisco, Looking is a major step forward for LGBT representation.
“There’s a body right there, right in front of you,” a firefighter says, directing a truck around a teenage girl lying on the tarmac before she was later run over and killed.
Do you know anyone looking for a roommate?
Whether you’re new to the city or have been around since 1849, these are the San Francisco books you can’t miss.
A heartwarming reunion, thanks to a local TV station.
Snow and ice have swept over the United States west and south, as thousands of people are without power or stranded in airports.
Seriously, though, look.
A rare heckle from the crowd behind the president at a carefully staged event in San Francisco. A speech turns into a conversation.
Five-year-old Miles spent the day keeping the streets of Gotham/San Francisco safe from ne’er-do-wells.
21Tech withdrew from city payroll tax exemption, saying the program is too burdensome. The decision coincided with reports that the company wasn’t fulfilling its obligations to the city.