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Sen. Wiener calls race-based campaign against transit-housing bill ‘despicable’

Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation compared SB 50 to racist "urban renewal" of the 20th century.

What to do for Earth Day 2019 in San Francisco

From heron season in Golden Gate Park to a party in the Mission.

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How to get around SF if you don’t own a car

It’s easier—and more practical—than you think.

101 ways to fight climate change

Curbed searched communities, consulted experts, and pulled from our voluminous coverage on sustainable cities to create a go-to guide for climate action.

Minimalist unit inside SoMa Saitowitz-designed building asks $1.04M

Austere abode inside one of one of the city’s chicest buildings.

What $3,300 rents in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Noe Valley to Visitacion Valley

Remembering earthquake shacks, San Francisco's original tiny homes

The 1906 magnitude-7.8 quake resulted in an immediate need for housing.

Navy declares ‘no radiological health risk’ at Treasure Island

"Work performed for radiological monitoring and compliance support has been determined to be consistent and accurate."

Salesforce Tower declared ‘best tall building worldwide’

"A highly successful exercise in human-centric and resilient design for tall buildings."

45 true things about Beach Blanket Babylon before it closes after 45 years

After 45 years, Snow White’s camp journey will melt away.

Condo inside Oakland’s Cathedral Building asks $1.6M

The "Wedding Cake" has a rare opening.

BART trains suspended in Contra Costa County next weekend

The first of four planned rail maintenance weekends on Antioch line.

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A photo tour of the great SF earthquake of 1906

A look at what happened on that fateful day—and at how resilient our forebears were in the face of devastation.

Defective Muni doors trapping, injuring riders, says report

Please keep clear of the doors.

Here’s what you’ll need for an earthquake preparedness kit

Experts recommend people be self-sufficient for at least three days following a major quake.

Marin school district changes ‘Dixie’ name tied to Confederacy

New name for 155-year old school yet to be decided.

Uber bikes once recalled for brake problems similar to Lyft bikes

Company says it fixed faulty brake issues in 2018, but never told anyone about it

SF may double the number of e-scooters on city streets

But only if scooter companies can prove that they’re serving more low-income communities, as pilot program rolls on

This haunting virtual trip down Market Street questions our relationship with tech

Stephanie Syjuco’s Spectral City "is meant to cast a critical lens on our own lenses."

Cow Palace bans gun shows

Lawmakers say they intend to wrest venue from state body.

New ferry service coming to Mission Bay

Interim service operational only during Warriors games and special events at Chase Center.

State bill would allow tolls on crooked Lombard Street

Assemblymember Phil Ting frames crooked street as safety concern.

What $5,100 rents in San Francisco right now 

Five new rentals, from Bayview to the Richmond—which pricey pad would you choose?

San Francisco promises to stop reversing T Third Street trains

Loathed "switchbacks" will cease, says Muni agency.

Breed pledges more cops, temporary lease for homeless center near Bay Bridge

Mayor hopes concessions will ease neighborhood volatility.

Earthquake map reveals liquefaction risks in Bay Area neighborhoods

Portions of the Mission, the Castro, and the Haight among areas of high risk during major shaker.

Pagoda-style house in Belvedere asks $1.69M

Built in 1896, the home features an interior that blends contemporary and midcentury styles.

Lyft pulls electric bikes from major cities over bad brakes

"Out of an abundance of caution, we are proactively removing the pedal-assist bikes."

Business groups try to roust SF’s homeless-relief tax

"Prop. C is an illegal tax that violates taxpayer rights in California" claim anti-tax groups.

‘Flintstone House’ owner countersues Hillsborough, alleges racism

"We’re in the Untited States, they can’t tell you to get rid of a dinosaur."

Amazon to accept cash at cashless stores in SF

"A law I wish we didn’t have to have on the books," says city supervisor.

Everything you need to know about the L Taraval for its 100th birthday

Other than when the next one is coming.

Big Sur home located on a former gold mine asks $2.25M

Comes with a cliffside hot tub and views of the Pacific Ocean.

11 Bay Area hikes with spectacular endings

From lighthouses to incredible vistas.

More than 60 percent of Californians back transit-housing bill, according to poll

But only 22 percent say that they "strongly back" State Sen. Scott Wiener’s SB 50 plan.

Mondrian-inspired home sells over asking price

Features facade that looks like Dutch painter’s most famous work.

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The Bay Area's best campsites accessible by bus or bike

Car-free and carefree.

Housing shortages and NIMBYism driving homeless crisis, says new report

"While voters are frustrated by the lack of places for the homeless to go, many vocally oppose locating homeless shelters in their own neighborhoods."

San Jose to surround airport Chick-fil-A with rainbow pride flags

"It’s a shame we’re caught in this place today."