In: City

City Surf

It was the coldest day of the year in San Francisco. A low pressure system off the coast sent frigid winds…

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Reduce, Reuse, Restyle

Hair stylist Lexi Hernandez prepares model Kelsey Hernandez’s hair before the San Francisco Sustainable Fashion Week Green Glam Fashion Show in…

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Soda Tax Goes Flat in SF

This midterm election asked voters to further define where the nanny state ends and the freedom to be reckless begins. What…

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Homeless Migration

The number of people living on the streets of San Francisco has changed recently. Here is a look, Life in San…

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A new oasis for SF drag

Trannyshack has spent the past twenty years performing in various venues and touring around the world, but this New Year’s Eve,…

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Cheapskate’s Guide to Drinking in San Francisco

Living in a city that is home to over six hundred bars and restaurants as well as a ton of eccentric…

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Chicago Review: All that jazz

A line of sultry female dancers in thin black tights and skimpy costumes sing and dance in wooden chairs for the “Cell…

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Kosher, that’s how they roll

The air is somewhat cold and there is an intoxicating scent of fish and salt water. Inside the South San Francisco…

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Half of Dolores Park to close for renovations

A place where drugs and alcohol are as commonly seen as puppies and babies. Where hippies, drug dealers, musicians, and families…

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Faded Finds: a mobile fashion boutique

San Francisco residents invade Dolores Park every weekend to soak up the sun (when it is around) and visit with friends….

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Two Sisters Bar and Books – a place for couples and not books

Soft jazz, low lighting, yellow wallpaper with Japanese families dressed in kimonos, and the amount of couples are the first things…

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SF voters asked whether to raise minimum wage to $15

An initiative to raise the San Francisco minimum wage to fifteen dollars per hour by 2018 and eventually make it dependent…

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