Seriously, though, look.
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.
HBO’s drama about the “real lives” of 20 and 30-something gay men in San Francisco stars Jonathan Groff and premieres January 19th.
Documents reveal more details behind the tech company’s secret boats.
A hospital gown has never looked so good.
These are the prices of a four-bedroom, two-bath house. All data from the annual Coldwell Banker real estate home listing report.
Here’s what the iconic SF landscape looked like in the 1930s. Also, heights: scary.
Thousands of volunteers have signed up to give a Batman fan the city he deserves.
Plus the man who turns NFL action into thousands of GIFs, the 5 best whiskeys for non-whiskey drinkers, and underwear that hide the smell of your farts.
San Francisco asked tech companies to help local community groups in exchange for tax breaks. 21Tech’s charities, however, look an awful lot like startups.
(Better known as “The City”)
Yes On D will air an ad Tuesday and formally launch its campaign Thursday.
Here is the thing: If these gorgeous old-school advertising posters from the golden age of travel won’t make you want to drop everything and get on the plain to sunny California, I don’t know what will!
The Morgan Fire broke out in Mount Diablo State Park Sunday. It has burned at least 3,700 acres, and forced the evacuations of about 100 homes.
Desert-bound techies are paying TaskRabbits to pack, shop, and build DIY art projects. And pretty much rejecting everything the “Playa” stands for.
Startups, pizza, ego, beer, filth. The collapse of a hacker house and the battle for Silicon Valley’s soul.
Ah, Muni: San Francisco’s public transit system and favorite four-letter word. We can’t live with it, can’t live without it, and definitely can’t help but meet a couple strange cats during our daily commutes.
A history of the city’s anti-tech backlash, as told through protest flyers.
Silicon Valley start-up founder Peter Shih riles San Francisco community with classist, sexist “satire.”
“These are issues that don’t just touch our part of the industry but really touch the whole country and touch what is right for us to do as a people.”
Surely the best thing about traveling the world is finding all the best record shops, right?
In 1967, there was no cooler place to be than Haight-Ashbury.
There’s the obvious: the beach. What else in this big, beautiful state is worth going to while the weather’s still great(er than usual)?
Get ready to be transported.
By the time you’re done reading this, your bags will be packed.
Remembering the two teenage girls killed when Asiana Flight 214 crashed in San Francisco on Saturday. “Whenever anyone forgot to bring an umbrella, Wang would take you in under hers.”
These fireworks are tryna front, but we all know who comes out on top.
Plus the year in hot dog innovation, 13 pop stars who sang for dictators, and Frasier… with lasers.