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R/GA closes New York and San Francisco offices

R/GA is closing its spacious Hudson Yards office in New York City as well as its downtown San Francisco office as part of a larger structuring under CEO Sean Lyons. Multiple sources confirmed to Adweek that Lyons broke the news to the agency via email on Tuesday evening. As part …

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San Francisco City Hall Transgender Remembrance Day

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The fatal shooting in Colorado Springs came on the eve of Transgender Memorial Day — an international event that honors those murdered because of transphobia. A ceremony was held Sunday in San Francisco. The community says now is the time to stand together. Speakers at the …

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San Francisco and San Jose airports are the best in the United States – NBC Bay Area

In just a few days, we will be embarking on what is widely regarded as the worst week of the year for travel. But Bay Area residents take heart. The region is home to some of the best airports in the country, according to the Wall Street Journal. The newspaper …

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Are tech layoffs bad for San Francisco businesses? – NBC Bay Area

Several small business owners in San Francisco are worried after more companies announced layoffs. The job cuts mean businesses in the city could have more empty offices in addition to reduced office space during the pandemic. “We kind of relied on the businesses around us,” said Raziye Mitchell, owner of …

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MIA Major San Francisco’s sister needs help from Tri-Cities WA

Kennewick, WA Veterans Day 2022 marks the 19,708th day the family of a Kennewick High School graduate waited to bring the airman missing in Vietnam home. Major San D. Francisco, who was a US Air Force pilot, is one of 37 servicemen from Washington state still missing from the Vietnam …

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Twitter employees say goodbye after mass layoffs as site’s future in question

Twitter, normally the web’s window to the world, turned inward on Friday as former employees took to the site to announce they were among thousands of employees who have reportedly been laid off, a week after Elon Musk took over the social media service. What’s next for the site is …

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Suspect David DePape pleads not guilty

David DePape, the suspect charged in the highly politicized hammerhead attack on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and other charges on Tuesday afternoon in his first court appearance . During his arraignment in San Francisco Superior Court, Judge Diane Northway ordered DePape held …

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One tower or two? San Francisco’s newest skyscraper wants to play it both ways

San Francisco’s tallest new tower wants you to think it really isn’t a tower at all. The east side of the shaft is 350 feet high, its grid of stacked square windows in a dark blue skin. The western half rises another 45 feet, accentuating its verticality with white fins …

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Lift Events & Experiences Announces Game-Changing San Francisco Cannabis Trade Conference and Trade Show

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lift Events & Experiences, known for Canada’s number one cannabis industry conferences and trade shows, is expanding across the continent. This U.S. launch is set to shock — and pleasantly surprise — with advocacy-focused content, inclusive networking, irresistible activations, and unparalleled new product discovery opportunities with products live …

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Valmet will deliver a sixth tissue paper production line to Papel San Francisco in Mexico

ESPOO, Finland, October 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Valmet to Supply Advantage DCT 100TS Tissue Paper Machine to Papel San Francisco in Mexico. The new machine will be installed at the company’s factory in Mexicans and start-up is scheduled for the first half of 2024. The order is included in orders …

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Why I chose to raise my children in San Francisco

Jessica Holmes with her husband, Kevin, and children Olivia, nine, and Emma, ​​six. Courtesy of Jessica Holmes My husband, Kevin, and I chose to raise our children, Olivia, nine, and Emma, ​​six, in San Francisco and specifically Potrero Hill because we value the access to natural spaces, the engagement in …

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The COVID-19 state of emergency is expected to end in February 2023

SAN FRANCISCO — California will end its COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency next year, state officials announced Monday, October 17. The state of emergency, which was declared on March 4, 2020 and made it easier for state and local governments to coordinate their response to the pandemic, is scheduled to …

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San Francisco 49ers among teams interested in Carolina Panthers star Christian McCaffrey

The San Francisco 49ers are among the teams interested in Christian McCaffrey. (Photo by Jared C. … [+] Tilton/Getty Images) Getty Images The Carolina Panthers are reportedly entertaining trade offers for All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey. That shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise, as Carolina heads into a …

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The San Francisco D6 supervisor race is neck and neck

The race for the position of Supervisor of District 6 promises to be tight. The precursors : Mayoral-appointed London Breed incumbent Matt Dorsey, who previously led communications for the San Francisco Police Department, and Honey Mahogany, who worked as an assistant to former D6 supervisor Matt Haney. Mahogany is a …

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A battle is underway to get them operating at pre-pandemic normal

English Battle lines have been drawn over how many of San Francisco’s historic cable cars – a world-renowned tourist attraction and one of the city’s prides – are expected to operate. The Muni Drivers Union is at odds with the city’s Municipal Transportation Agency over the full restoration of California, …

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San Francisco sues Princess Cruise Lines, tugboat company over 2019 port accident

San Francisco is seeking more than $1 million in damages from Princess Cruise Lines and another company for a 2019 port accident when an incoming cruise ship apparently derailed and overturned a tugboat on the pier, smashing three of its concrete support pillars. The cruise line and BayDelta Maritime, which …

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SF State’s new science and technology building is expected to be completed in 2024

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Students at San Francisco State University’s College of Science and Engineering (CoSE) can expect a new home for their classes soon enough. The university is currently under construction of the new Scientific and Technical Innovation Center (SEIC). It is the first new STEM building to be …

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5 huge housing projects that beat crazy city rules to get built

English When you’re trying to build housing in San Francisco, the city is a jungle. Its intrusive regulations, astronomical costs and myriad reasons to say “no” have killed many development projects. Despite all this, some projects are still being built one way or another. The average cost of a building …

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SF’s cable car operator makes a cameo in a movie shot downtown

It was a confusing sight for a September afternoon stifled by a historic heat wave in downtown San Francisco. A cable car painted red and green adorned with garlands, poinsettias and Christmas lights rumbled over the Powell-Hyde Line on Washington Street. Once the unmistakable tinkling of the bell sounded and …

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12 mega-owners own the majority of the San Francisco Bay Area

Over the past two decades, the San Francisco Bay Area, known as a hub of diverse, progressive and freethinking minds, has been hit with an influx of transplants recruited to build the future of technology. The rise of Silicon Valley and its innovation has come at the cost of eradicating …

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San Francisco loses another 39,000 taxpayers

behind the news 07:00 Millennials and Gen Xers are leaving California in droves by Joel Kotkin Will the last person to leave California turn out the lights? Credit: Getty Since the days of the Gold Rush, California has been a magnet for those seeking wealth. A backwater just a century …

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Trey Lance out for San Francisco 49ers season

Trey Lance was expected to take the San Francisco 49ers to another level this season. However, he broke his ankle in the first quarter for San Francisco in a 27-7 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Lance was ejected from the field and will have to undergo ankle surgery at the …

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San Francisco 49ers punter Mitch Wishnowsky gets 4-year extension

ByNick Wagoner Going through Saturday, September 17, 2022 5:24 a.m. SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Heading into the 2022 season, all three San Francisco 49ers specialists were set to be unrestricted free agents after this season. Not anymore. The Niners announced on Friday that they have signed punter Mitch Wishnowsky to …

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7 things to know about Austin’s cuisine: noodles from San Fran’s ramen shop in town

Editor’s note: We understood. It can be hard to keep up with the fast pace of Austin’s restaurant and bar scene. We’ve got you covered with our regular roundup of essential food news. Openings One of the most popular ramen restaurants in San Francisco, Marufuku Ramen, just announced its arrival …

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Latino SFPD cop branded ‘racist’ for arresting Hispanic drug dealers

The San Francisco Public Defender’s Office has accused a Latino police officer of racial discrimination against Latino drug dealers in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood. According to public defense attorneys for one of the suspected drug dealers in the neighborhood, Sgt. Daniel Solorzano arrested 53 people for selling drugs over a …

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Atlanta Braves vs. San Francisco Giants – 9/12/22 MLB Picks and Prediction

San Francisco Giants (66-73) vs. Atlanta Braves (87-53) Game info: Monday, September 12, 2022 at 9:45 p.m. (Oracle Park) Alex Cobb (5-6) (3.90) vs. Kyle Wright (17-5) (3.23) Betting odds: San Francisco Giants +157 / Atlanta Braves -171 — Over/Under: 7.5 Click here for latest odds Where to watch: Bally …

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San Francisco decides to decriminalize herbal psychedelics

On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a motion to decriminalize herbal psychedelics like psilocybin and ayahuasca, CNN affiliate KPIX-TV reported. The measure, resolution #220896, relates to entheogenic plants, another term for psychoactive plants, or plants that can induce changes in perception and mood. He asks the …

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Repairs Teach-In comes to San Francisco

by Dee Seligman African Americans are seeking redress for wrongs done to them since the end of the Civil War when ’40 acres and a mule’ was offered but then taken away by President Andrew Johnson. Now hopefully the time for repairs has come! We are now seeing that reparations …

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Will San Francisco feel the heat during the Bay Area heatwave?

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — Karl The Fog is not invited to the Labor Day weekend festivities in San Francisco this year. Sunny skies should bring the heat to the city. The hottest heat wave of the year arrived in the Bay Area on Thursday and temperatures will continue to …

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There’s been good news for the San Francisco Giants this season, promise

Your work week might involve reports on the floor, chopping okra, or teaching kids to divide fractions. My working week consists of speaking, writing and thinking about the Giants. Everything was (literally) fun and fun last year, but this year was a bit more difficult. My podcasts are grittier. My …

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Bart reduces service in downtown San Francisco as crews work on projects

BART service will be reduced to a single lane in downtown San Francisco on Sunday as crews work on several renovation projects, transportation officials said. Passengers can expect 10-15 minute delays between Montgomery Street and 16th Street/Mission stations on some Sundays in July and August. At Montgomery Station, those heading …

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Will Trey Sermon survive the final roster cuts?

The San Francisco 49ers season will come down to how much Trey Lance has developed since leaving North Dakota State and the last time we saw him take live NFL snaps as a rookie. . But how does the rest of the 49ers roster look like? Save your draft. Save …

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Clipper is piloting a contactless transit pass that offers free, unlimited public transit in the San Francisco Bay Area • NFCW

TRAVEL DRIVER: 50,000 San Francisco Bay Area residents will receive a free Clipper BayPass transit pass The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and more than 20 other transit agencies that support the Clipper fare payment system in the San Francisco Bay Area in the United States …

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Why San Francisco’s Hottest Day of the Year Hasn’t Happened Yet

While much of California experiences temperature spikes during the summer months, San Francisco typically has its hottest day of the year in the fall, according to decades of climate data. Most of the United States experiences its hottest day in July or August. But atmospheric circulation patterns and the Pacific …

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New data shows 20,000 people will be homeless in San Francisco this year

San Francisco officials estimate that up to 20,000 people will experience homelessness at some point in 2022 – and for every person housed by a city program, four more will become homeless. Those numbers, contained in a report due out Thursday, reflect the Sisyphean nature of battling one of the …

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Icicles in San Francisco rolls ice cream with unlimited toppings

SAN FRANCISCO– Icicles in San Francisco is one of the few places in the Bay Area where you can try the new sensation, rolled ice cream. “The idea actually originated in Southeast Asia, specifically in Thailand,” recalls Icicles co-owner Oscar Tolebo. “The owner went on a trip, saw the concept …

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Zuckerberg General Hospital in San Francisco and Kaiser Permanente hold weekend monkeypox vaccination clinics and welcome walk-in patients

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — This weekend, the search for a monkeypox vaccine just got easier for those who need it. Access has expanded, with two clinics offering the Monkeypox vaccine in San Francisco. Dan Kalshan just got his Monkeypox vaccine at Zuckerberg General Hospital in San Francisco, he searched and …

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San Francisco 28, Green Bay 21

SF_FG Gould 50, 9:07. GB_Doubs 33 Love pass (Brkic kick), 5:44. SF_Gray 76 pass from Lance (Gould kick), 4:03. second quarter SF_McCloud 39 Sudfeld pass (Gould shot), 14:54. SF_FG Gould 31, 3:18. GB_D.Davis 33 pass from Love (Brkic shot), :42. Fourth trimester GB_Am.Rodgers 22 Etling pass (Brkic kick), 12:53. SF_Hudson …

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San Francisco Opera presents world premiere of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA next month

San Francisco Opera presents the world premiere of Antony and Cleopatra by John Adams on Saturday, September 10, with performances through October 5. From Nixon’s composer in China, this new work is an international co-commission and co-production with the Metropolitan Opera, Liceu Opera Barcelona and Teatro Massimo Palermo created especially …

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San Francisco must re-elect public defender Mano Raju in November! |

Re-electing Mano Raju for Public Defender is the best choice for San Francisco. He is the only approved Democratic Party candidate from San Francisco. During his current tenure as an elected public defender, Mano’s impressive accomplishments have earned him the endorsement of a broad coalition of leaders that includes *House …

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The Dim Sum Corner restaurant in San Francisco victim of a series of vandalism

It has been a frustrating few months for Jaynry Mak. She spent thousands of dollars repairing damage to Dim Sum Corner after back-to-back vandalism and theft this summer. The latest break-in happened on Thursday morning after surveillance footage showed a man smashing through the glass entrance and stealing two cash …

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StubHub closes its San Francisco office and lays off employees

StubHub announced last week on LinkedIn that it would close its San Francisco office by the end of the year. The tech company occupies space at 199 Fremont Street in SoMa, according to its website. CEO Eric Baker wrote a letter to employees which he posted on LinkedIn, saying the …

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German SF store closes after 48 years in Noe Valley

After nearly five decades of selling Ritter Sport bars and lingonberry jam in San Francisco’s Noe Valley, Lehr’s German Specialties is closing its one-of-a-kind shop on Church Street. A sign recently posted on the door announced the closure and thanked the neighborhood for its loyalty and patronage. Owner Brigitte Lehr …

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The closure of the San Francisco Art Institute: “Artists can hang themselves”

The announcement in mid-July that the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) would cease operations, no longer offering courses or degrees, is a significant and telling event. Whatever the concrete circumstances and whatever individuals or bodies may bear some responsibility, the closure of the once renowned school is a further sign …

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Ripple Ranked Third Among San Francisco Bay Area’s Top 100 Philanthropists

– Advertising – Ripple’s philanthropic gestures have been recognized by the San Francisco Business Times. According to the adRipple ranked third in the San Francisco Business Times Top 100 Bay Area Corporate Philanthropy Awards. The Silicon Valley tech company has been recognized for its immense charitable contributions to the San …

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Chicago fast-casual chain opens 2 locations in SF

July 28, 2022 Chicago-based chain Deep Purpl is opening two new stores in San Francisco. Vanessa C. via Yelp Chicago’s fast-casual acai bowl chain Deep Purpl is coming to San Francisco, the San Francisco Business Times reported. The chain’s first two restaurants outside of Chicago open at SoMa, on the …

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San Francisco allows non-citizens to vote for their children’s education. keep it up

As the parent of a 14-year-old student in the San Francisco Unified School District, I pay close attention to the decisions and actions taken by the city’s school board. Like any caring parent, I want the best for my child. And in the last school board elections, including the recent …

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We asked a UCSF expert about monkeypox in San Francisco

The number of monkeypox cases in San Francisco is rising, with the city reporting 197 cases on Tuesday, up from 141 cases a few days ago. Despite growing demand, vaccines continue to be in short supply. People lined up at San Francisco General until 9 a.m. on Wednesday to get …

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A group of Jewish Chicago teens visiting SF hit in a $10,000 smash-and-grab – J.

A brazen car theft in San Francisco last week, which went viral on Twitter after bystanders captured the crime on video, was the victim of a Jewish summer camp group visiting the Chicago area . About $10,000 worth of clothing, cameras and electronics (along with valuables like passports) were stolen …

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SFDA Jenkins to dismiss drug paraphernalia cases, saying they shouldn’t have been filed

San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said Tuesday she would dismiss charges against at least 17 people recently charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, saying in a statement that the cases were brought “non-compliant our office policy” on the prosecution of such crimes. His announcement follows a scathing rebuke from …

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Reuters Events Launches Floating Wind Executive Summit in San Francisco in November

Reuters Events will launch a new conference: Floating Wind USA, taking place November 8-9 at the Kabuki Hotel in San Francisco. The two-day summit will bring together senior leaders from the public and private sectors to deliver up to 4.6 GW of floating wind power off the Pacific Ocean by …

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San Francisco International Airport terminal evacuated on Friday

NO LATER THAN July 16, 6:45 a.m. Operations have resumed at SFO’s international terminal after a “probably incendiary” was discovered on Friday evening. After San Francisco police finished searching the terminal, people were released around midnight. “The SFPD EOD [Explosive Ordnance Disposal] The unit safely removed several suspicious packages that …

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Tour the cafes of San Francisco’s Tenderloin district with Yemeni coffee expert Mokhtar Alkhanshali

Join us for Tag Along, where local writers, artists, food authorities and celebrities lead us to the best food and drink from their favorite Bay Area neighborhoods. After climbing the hill out of the Tenderloin, where he grew up, Mokhtar Alkhanshali, then a teenager, gazed out the huge bay windows …

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San Francisco isn’t ready for monkeypox, despite what we’ve learned from COVID

Days after Adam Fuller attended a big party over Pride weekend, he received a disturbing message in a group thread. It was a screenshot of party organizers alerting attendees that someone at the event had tested positive for monkeypox. Fuller got to work. “There were so many people there that …

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Michael Wardian runs from San Francisco to Rehoboth Beach

Placeholder while loading article actions Around 6 a.m. Friday, friends, family and curious onlookers cheered as Michael Wardian arrived on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, Del. After crossing his personal finish line, Wardian headed for the water, not bothering to take off his shoes before jumping into the Atlantic. Ocean …

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These San Francisco Parks Aren’t So Accessible, Grand Jury Says

San Francisco has a host of truly incredible parks, from the sprawling Golden Gate Park to vibrant Dolores Park to Twin Peaks and its breathtaking views of the city. But a new report from San Francisco’s civil grand jury says that while most of the city’s 220 parks meet high …

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Marina Times – AI Weiwei returns to San Francisco with “Everyday Monuments” at the Haines Gallery

Ai Weiwei’s sociopolitically inspired art is on display at the Haines Fort Mason Gallery until August 27. “Everyday Monuments” is Ai’s first exhibition in San Francisco since 2016, and it shines a light on people, places and events that might otherwise be overlooked. The exhibition consists of 18 works in …

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Do mask mandates work? Bay Area COVID data says no.

In early June, during an uptick in COVID-19 cases, Alameda County was the only county in the Bay Area to bring back an indoor mask mandate. At the time, county health officer Dr. Nicholas Moss said, “Put back our masks on gives us the best opportunity to limit the impact …

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Huge new park under construction in San Francisco’s Indian Basin | New

In a sleepy corner of Bayview-Hunters Point, the city’s grand plans for the India Basin Coastal Park are beginning to take shape. Construction workers have nearly completed the environmental remediation of the first phase of what will one day be a 64-acre waterfront park. When complete, the more than $150 …

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Mile-long rainbow light display shines across downtown San Francisco

Just in time for SF Pride weekend, WELCOME by Illuminate, sponsored by Peak Design, debuted at around 9:30 p.m. last night at the Ferry Building, projecting a 4.1-mile-long luminous rainbow – thanks to an array of six laser beams – down Market Street towards Twin Peaks. Pride in San Francisco …

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United States: San Francisco opens the first drug treatment center

San Francisco [US], June 24 (ANI/Xinhua): US Mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, on Thursday announced the opening of the city’s first drug rehabilitation center. The SoMa RISE (Recover, Initiate, Support, and Engagement) center in the South of Market neighborhood, is a safe indoor space for those intoxicated with opioids, …

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NEW THRILLER FEATURES SAN FRANCISCO DOMINATRIX CALLED ON TO FIND A MISSING HEIR

Absurd by Jennifer Mason ABRIDGED: An Elizabeth Cromwell Mystery by Jennifer Mason The tale’s darkness and California setting will recall the works of Thomas Pynchon, but Mason creates an atmosphere of his own. — Reviews of Kirkus SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA, June 21, 2022 / EINPresswire.com/ — Author Jennifer Mason …

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San Francisco city bus hit by SUV; six injured, two of them in critical condition

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Six people were injured, two seriously, when an SUV hit a San Francisco city-owned bus shortly before noon on Saturday, fire officials said. District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani said a pedestrian, the bus driver, other bus passengers and the SUV driver were …

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Three travelers assaulted at San Francisco International Airport, suspect in custody

Three travelers were attacked by a man with a “stabbing weapon” at San Francisco International Airport on Friday night, authorities said. San Francisco police say a man drove a vehicle through the airport, entered the international terminal, ‘circled the departure terminal and pulled out a stabbing weapon’ before attacking three …

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Giants’ Brandon belt homers back in roster

In the fourth inning on Wednesday, Brandon Belt worked on an eight at-bat, eventually working his way to a full count. Belt then threw a 403-foot solo home run into the Royals’ bullpen beyond the center field wall at Oracle Park, to loud and relieved cheers from 25,527 San Francisco …

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Community leaders rally to keep COVID testing sites open in San Francisco’s most vulnerable areas

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — On the steps of City Hall, community leaders urged San Francisco’s mayor to reevaluate his budget proposal that would cut five COVID testing sites in some of the most vulnerable neighborhoods. “Please keep the mission open, keep Excelsior open, keep Bayview open,” said Ivan Corado-Vega, head …

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The National AIDS Memorial Quilt definitely returns to San Francisco

Huge San Francisco AIDS Memorial Quilt The organizers were assembling a huge commemorative quilt in San Francisco. James Torrez Reporting SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – This week, 35 years ago, Mike Smith and his friends, Cleve Jones and Gert McMullin, were tired of reading the headlines about other friends dying of …

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You keep hearing those gunshots in San Francisco too? | by FranMorelandJohns | June 2022

The booms shake an already uneasy town Photo: Getty Images/Fabiomichelecapelli On Saturday evening, May 28, around 11 p.m., three consecutive explosions shook much of central San Francisco. The first shook this reporter out of bed, in the middle of a good book that landed on the floor. It was followed, …

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Statement from Governor Newsom on the Passing of Former San Francisco First Lady Gina Moscone

Published: June 07, 2022 SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today released the following statement regarding the passing of former San Francisco First Lady Gina Moscone: “Jennifer and I are saddened to learn of the passing of Gina Moscone. San Francisco will long remember her as a charming and gracious First …

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cases of monkeypox; Gas prices soar | NorCal in a nutshell

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — As the weekend winds down, we’ve rounded up all the stories you may have missed on Saturday and Sunday to prepare you for Monday. But before we dive into the main Golden State stories, NorCal residents should know that San Francisco has identified its first case …

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Giants vs. Marlins – Game Preview – June 4, 2022

San Francisco Giants (28-23, third in NL West) vs. Miami Marlins (21-29, fourth in NL East) Miami; Saturday, 4:10 p.m. EDT LIKELY TO PITCH: Giants: Logan Webb (5-1, 3.52 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, 50 strikeouts); Marlins: Pablo Lopez (4-2, 1.98 ERA, .98 WHIP, 61 strikeouts) LINE: Marlins -110, Giants -109; over/under …

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1 Hotel San Francisco is now open

Located in the center of the Embarcadero, directly across from the bright San Francisco Bay, 1 Hotel San Francisco was developed in partnership with Pebblebrook Hotel Trust. The property offers easy access to all of downtown’s best offerings, from dining and shopping to arts and culture. It neighbors vibrant SoMa, …

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South San Francisco residents are among recent death notices from SMC

SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA – The San Mateo County Coroner’s Office sends out death notices weekly from the area. We have grouped the names and hometowns of those who died between May 24 and May 30 below. The names represent those who were reported dead to the coroner’s office — …

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12 epic staircases that will make you fall in love with San Francisco all over again

12 epic San Francisco climbs that will make you fall in love with the city all over again By Peter Hartlaub | May 29, 2022 | Updated: May 29, 2022 07:48 San Francisco stairs are everywhere out of necessity. Due to the city’s unique topography, building a staircase is often …

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Seventeen Bay Area Women Win San Francisco Financial Women’s Scholarships for 2022 – The Journal

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 27, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Financial Women of San Francisco (FWSF), an organization dedicated to advancing women’s careers for more than 60 years, is appointing seventeen female college and university students from the Bay Area as its 2022 Fellows. The FWSF has awarded over $3 million …

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PayPal lays off 83 Bay Area employees

PayPal gave 83 employees pink slips last month, according to a filing with the California Department of Employment Development. The company, which also owns mobile payment app giant Venmo, did not say whether some of the layoffs relate to the San Francisco office at 425 Market Street which is closing …

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Car rams into pedestrians, kills 2 in downtown San Francisco

May 22, 2022Updated: May 22, 2022 10:09 p.m. Two people were killed and another injured when a car hit them near the intersection of 3rd and Mission streets in San Francisco. Google Maps A taxi rammed pedestrians in downtown San Francisco near the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on …

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Archbishop of San Francisco says Pelosi can’t receive communion for efforts to protect abortion rights – CBS Sacramento

CBS13 PM News Update – 05/20/22Latest headlines. 2 hours ago Travis Air Force Base Captain Helps His Mom Escape UkraineOn her birthday, Ukrainian refugee Lubov Karga arrived in the United States, thanks to the kindness of strangers and a determined daughter. 2 hours ago Sheriff Says N-Word Spray Painted Near …

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Age-old craftsmanship powers San Francisco’s cable cars

The cable cars hurtling down the steep hills of San Francisco are more than moving icons. They are the culmination of years of work where engineers, painters and carpenters join forces to circulate these ancient ships through the streets of the city. From their Alaskan cedar ceilings and white oak …

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San Francisco Giants’ Tommy La Stella reinstated from IL, makes season debut at Colorado Rockies

DENVER — San Francisco Giants infielder Tommy La Stella was reinstated Monday from the 10-day injured list and made his season debut at Colorado. In other moves, the Giants moved right-hander Anthony DeSclafani (inflamed right ankle) to the 60-day injured list and moved outfielder Luis González to Triple-A Sacramento. Right-hander …

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San Francisco police commissioner pleads for reform, reducing police power in traffic stops

PC: sfgov.org By Mansour Taleb-Ahmed SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — San Francisco Police Commissioner Max Carter-Oberstone introduced a new law here that would ban most traffic stops, to benefit criminal and racial justice and public safety, according to local news and national last week. The commissioner explained: ‘We will never know …

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San Francisco woman choked unconscious in brazen attack, thanking speedy neighbors for saving her

SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco woman thanks her quick-thinking neighbors who saved her life after she was brazenly strangled and tackled to the ground. These people are now being praised for their actions by community leaders and the police. “I noticed him screaming in the background. That’s when he …

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2 North Bay men found guilty of kidnapping and raping San Francisco woman sentenced to life in prison

The two men convicted of abducting a woman from the streets of San Francisco, beating her as they drove north and raping her in a Sonoma parking lot were sentenced to prison on Wednesday at life. Fredi Lopez-Flores and Christian Quintero appeared handcuffed in a Sonoma County courtroom for sentencing …

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Serial burglar convicted of targeting San Francisco businesses gets ‘lenient plea deal’, court documents show

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A known repeat offender with an extensive criminal history of theft from San Francisco businesses has been charged with 16 counts of burglary and robbery, but nearly all of them were fired, according to court documents. Prior to these recent charges, the defendant, Nathan Picco, had …

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The San Francisco restaurant that took people around the world reaches its final destination

After a 25-year run, Pomelo is closing – and the giant green fruit hanging over its front door will be gone for good. Marcia Gagliardi, also known as Tablehopper, first reported that the citrus-named restaurant at 92 Judah Street last closed on April 30. It opened in October 1997. In …

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San Francisco will face the Cardinals in Mexico City

As part of the NFL’s International Series, the 49ers will travel to Mexico City on Monday Night Football this season to take on the Cardinals. There was some anticipation that the San Francisco 49ers would be one of the teams the NFL would send outside the United States this season …

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Warriors fans flock to Chase Center in San Francisco to witness Game 1 win – CBS San Francisco

Warriors fans flock to Chase Center in San Francisco to witness Game 1 winThere were nervous moments as hundreds of fans flocked to watch the Warriors Game 1 playoff win in Memphis 45 minutes ago First weather alert for Monday morningTemperatures will rise this week 3 hours ago PIX NowMonday …

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San Francisco 49ers scout picks Brock Purdy

Ever since what happened that October 2018 afternoon in Stillwater, Oklahoma – everyone knew Brock Purdy was destined for Iowa state greatness. But headed to the San Francisco 49ers as the final pick in the NFL Draft? “It’s everyone’s dream to hear your name called on draft day,” Purdy said. …

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Young Women’s Choral Projects of San Francisco Announces Appointment of Interim Artistic Director and Chief of Staff

San Francisco Young Women’s Choral Projects announcement that Dr. Martin Welcome will be be the Temp worker Artistic director and Chief of Staff for the 2022-2023 season. dr. Welcome been born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and won a doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Direction from Boston University, a AMF …

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The debate over SF’s quadruplex housing is getting more heated

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors hopes that three plus two will eventually total four. On Monday, an already deep debate about legalizing fourplexes in the city’s single-family neighborhoods grew even wider, as three competing proposals rose two to five. But the debate is in much the same shape as …

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49ers 2022 draft pick: When does San Francisco pick? Full List of NFL Draft Picks

San Francisco finds itself in a strange situation heading into the 2022 NFL Draft. While they don’t have a ton of holes in the roster, the 49ers don’t have a pick until No. 61 overall, and the Jimmy Garoppolo’s impending situation makes the team’s quarterback prospects for next year uncertain, …

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San Francisco 2022 performance review: Matthias Goerne and Seong-Jin Cho in recital

On Saturday, April 9, 2022, San Francisco Performances presented acclaimed German baritone Matthias Goerne and remarkable young, award-winning Korean pianist Seong-Jin Cho in an extraordinary concert. The performance was like being in a mountain retreat on a distant planet, drinking distilled ambrosia while listening to rare melodies in an exotic …

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A pea-sized to marble hail is possible in the San Francisco Bay Area this week

A storm system threatening the San Francisco Bay Area is expected to bring moderate rainfall, isolated thunderstorms and the possibility of pea-sized to marble-sized hail Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. The light rain showers that drenched the region earlier this week will be followed by a stronger storm …

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School segregation harms the health and well-being of black children

According to a UC San Francisco study published in Pediatrics. Black girls were more likely than black boys to drink alcohol in response to increased school segregation. The research provides some of the first evidence of the relationship between recent increases in racial segregation in school and the well-being of …

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San Francisco newspaper says Feinstein should quit if mentally unfit

The editorial board of the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday called on Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) to resign, arguing that her reporting shows she is mentally unfit to take on the job. The editorial was published following a newspaper article that raised concerns about Feinstein’s mental health and memory abilities …

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Alyssa Nakken, 31, makes major league history as the first woman to coach on the court in a regular season game for the San Francisco Giants

SAN FRANCISCO — Alyssa Nakken made major league history as the first woman to coach on the field in a regular season game when she took over for the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night against San Diego. . Nakken came on to coach first base for the Giants in …

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Ramos shines on debut, Giants edge Marlins 3-2

SAN FRANCISCO — – Heliot Ramos had two hits and scored a run in his major league debut, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 on Sunday. Mauricio Dubón added an RBI brace for the Giants, who scored the deciding run in the third inning after a …

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San Francisco election panel rejects removal of its redistricting appointees

After pressing its three appointees to the city’s redistricting task force on how they approached their work to redraw the city’s 11 supervisory districts, the San Francisco Election Commission on Friday rejected calls to withdraw the trio. It came less than 24 hours before the new political map was released …

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In Case You Missed It: See and Be Seen – San Francisco Bay Times

By Joanie Juster– One of the first lessons I learned as a budding activist so many years ago was the importance of visibility. In the late 1980s, a colleague saw me participate in the annual Harvey Milk and George Moscone Candlelight Walk. The next day he told me how moved …

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Oakland-San Francisco Races

Athletics second. Stephen Piscotty reaches on error to deep right center field, advances to 2nd. Field Error by Steven Duggar. Sheldon Neuse goes from single to shortstop. Stephen Piscotty third. Kevin Smith reaches a fielder’s pick to a shallow infield, passes to 2nd. Sheldon Neuse third. Stephen Piscotty at home. …

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Manhunt continues for 2 shooters who killed 6, injured 12 in Sacramento – CBS San Francisco

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF/AP) — The usual crowds filled the streets as bars and nightclubs closed in Sacramento when the sound of rapid gunfire sent people running in terror. Within seconds, the last American shooting had left six dead and 12 injured. Sacramento police said they were looking for at least …

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Waymo demonstrates self-driving technology in San Francisco

Waymo has been operating its driverless vehicles in San Francisco since the summer of 2021, but until recently they all had a safety driver behind the wheel. Now the company has announced that one of its specially equipped self-driving Jaguar I-Pace robot taxi for the first time drove in San …

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Julia Marshall, Influential San Francisco State Arts Educator, Dies at 74

As a professor at San Francisco State University, Julie Marshall taught her students how to use art to solve personal problems, a process she used during her own four-year struggle with a bone marrow disorder. During long treatment sessions, she took the IV drip in her left arm to leave …

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San Francisco 49ers say they have no plans to release Jimmy Garoppolo

San Francisco 49ers say they won’t release Jimmy Garoppolo. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose … [+] Sanchez) ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch spoke to the media from the NFL meeting site in Palm Beach, Florida earlier this week. Needless to say, one of the main topics of conversation …

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Should the 49ers re-sign Jaquiski Tartt?

Jaquiski Tartt is still on the market. Much like last year’s free agency spell, suitors for Tartt don’t seem to be showing up. There’s still time for a team to appear, but anyone can guess at this point. As it stands, the 49ers don’t have a starting-caliber safety on the …

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Only one US county saw a bigger share of people leave last year than San Francisco

Throughout the pandemic, we’ve heard stories of a mass exodus from big cities as many offices moved away and people sought more space and affordable housing. But new data from the US Census gives us a more accurate estimate of the number of people who have left than ever before, …

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San Francisco Chinatown camera store owners hit back at Smash-and-Grab thieves – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – After barely two years without any foot traffic, the owners of a camera store in San Francisco Chinatown breathed a sigh of relief when tourists finally started to return – only to be almost robbed and attack with hammers on Monday. It all started around …

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