With more to come.
The National Civic Art Society calls the Seventh Street behemoth an eyesore in tirade on modern architecture.
The gold statue is no stranger to our golden city.
400 homes are ready to start construction, but the developer wants to wait another two years.
San Francisco has only has three statues honoring nonfictional women.
Up to 102 units on city-owned property.
Behold the perks of living in one of the city’s newer residential towers.
Part of the SF Arts Commission’s plan to address the city’s statue gender imbalance.
Don’t even think of driving.
These supportive and creative spots will bring out your best work.
In honor of this month's festivities, here are the themes of every San Francisco Pride parade from 1970 to 2019.
The city has much to offer for those who want to pay their respects to those who died in service.
City cites "unwanted behavior in the fountain."
Block party, routes, street closures, and everything you need to know about the big day.
Joseph Kosuth’s permanent installation will illuminate ho-hum side of Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Proposed redesign includes permanent street closure, dog park, pavilion, and UN Plaza fountain makeover.
Everything you need to know about the march on Saturday.
Mayor extends the week of awareness to the entire month of November.
Planned power substation means removal of all south side entrances.
"When I see this statue, I feel we don’t belong in society."
Heads are turning.
Successful plan to protect Civic Center Station and Powell Street Station lifts extended into 2019.
Do you have a taste for the FIFA World Cup 2018, but a distaste for watching sports inside boozy bars? You’re in luck.
Police monitoring and needle kiosk part of pledge to cut down on open drug use.
At this rate it’s starting to feel like the fight over the city’s "Early Days" statue in Civic Center has been going on since California’s early days.
A weekly weekend warning about what’ll keep you waiting.
A weekly weekend warning about what’ll hold you up.
It’s your—ahem—civic duty.
Three designs go before Planning Commission, but the final decision is a long way off.
Two transit agencies announced Monday that they’re giving the shaft to some San Francisco volunteers, but the results may spell relief for some riders.
"Rehabilitation is what they do in countries where there is genocide."
Get your fill of longer days and colorful blooms.
Welcome to the Under $700K club, wherein we salute those home listings that manage to keep their initial list price well under seven figures, especially in this time of excess.
Last days for "Early Days."
Native groups and others have complained about Pioneer Monument for decades.
Local report finds 153 trash-laden blocks downtown.
Survey about beautiful but troubled public space runs through March 16.
A heartwarming moment three and a half years in the making.
Sunday was 200th anniversary of American monarch’s birth.