In: City

SF to NYC Comparison

By Ashley Goldsmith In 2012 Businessweek.com named San Francisco as America’s best city.  The vast employment opportunities, many ways in which…

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Building Upward

By Colin Blake San Francisco is getting taller. In fact, if the city’s 15-tallest buildings were laid end-to-end, they would be…

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Merging of Two Departments Limits Choreographers in New Moves Showcase

David Spain, left, and Dominique Turner, right, performs during the showcase competition in the McKenna Theater. Photography by Imani Miller   By…

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Art of the Dead

An altar by Mary Ann Statler, 65, of San Louis Obispo at the Dia de los Muertos Festival of Altars in…

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Video: Piñata Politics

San Francisco based artist Romeo Gilberto Osorio has been making piñatas for 20 years. Requests from his customers range from…

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Video: The Pinball Wizards at Free Gold Watch

Competitive Pinball League meets weekly at Free Gold Watch, a print shop/arcade in the Haight.  Competitor and pinball mechanic Sally Sparks…

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For Heritage: A Cultural Struggle in Chinatown

Mrs. Yu (left) and Mr. Yu (right), who both refused to provide first names because of privacy concerns, sit on a…

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Straight Outta’ Kuwait

Haidar Abu al Hasan (left) and Ahmad al Sumait (right) co-founders of Above All Elements studios pose for a portrait outside…

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Goodbye Guns: San Francisco’s Last Gun Store Rides Off into the Sunset

Steve Alcairo, general manager at High Bridge Arms checks the sights of his personal rifle during downtime. Photo by Ryan McNulty…

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The city’s flooding hotspots prepare for El Niño

Stable Cafe’s cafe manager, Francisco Garcia, shows how high the water level was during last year’s Pineapple Express Storm. Photo by Katie…

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Proposition D

By Jordan Lalata Sponsored and funded by the San Francisco Giants, a yes vote on this measure will convert Lot A,…

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Proposition G

By Naomi Outlaw Also known as the “San Francisco Renewable Energy Truth In Advertising Act”, Proposition G will require the City…

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