How the San Francisco Giants Celebrate Native American Heritage Night
The following is from a letter written to my attorney: So, I had an interesting experience at the Giants Native American Heritage Night game tonight. Went with a dear friend from Stanford, and my...
Top US, Australian officials meet in San Francisco Bay Area
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) U.S. talks with North Korea and trade tensions with China were among the topics U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis were expected to discuss with their Australian counterparts at a two-day
San Francisco's Top 7 Favorite Charities...VOTE!
We've reached the final voting stage of our buzzed-about Favorite Charities contest, created in partnership with fellow San Francisco native Pacific Gas and Electric Company. After a landmark 17,000-plus votes for individual San Francisco organizations working hard to do good, we've culled the Top ...
How San Francisco Is Taking On HIV, And Succeeding
San Fran has become a national leader at fighting the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
How to Fix San Francisco
Strategies for overcoming the Bay Area’s growing inequality and increasingly unaffordable housing.
Why San Francisco Needs Rand Paul
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has opened a new campaign office in a San Francisco tech incubator. He—and his philosophies on unregulated markets—will fit right in.
Why San Francisco's journalists are investigating homelessness
Mother Jones joins dozens of media outlets to look at our city's biggest problem—and possible solutions.
San Francisco has done it again with the 'sushi croissant' — here's what it's like
Could Mr. Holmes Bakehouse's "California Croissant" be the next cronut?
'This is killing me': 100-year-old woman fights eviction in San Francisco
As housing prices surge in northern California and residents of color are forced from homes, Iris Canada fighting to maintain a ‘life estate’ agreement
It's Not Too Late to Make San Francisco Affordable Again. Here's How
10 People You Meet On San Francisco Buses
Ah, Muni: San Francisco’s public transit system and favorite four-letter word. We can’t live with it, can’t live without it, and definitely can’t help but meet a couple strange cats during our daily commutes.
How Public Art Exposed Class Tensions in San Francisco
When the Kenneth Rainin Foundation set out to bring public art to Central Market, it knew it was an experiment. It’s one thing to install…
How San Francisco Chronicle's First Female Editor-in-Chief Defied Rejection
Audrey Cooper is now the San Francisco Chronicle's first female editor in chief, the first woman to hold the position in the newspaper's 150-year history. She was appointed to the position Tuesday, a promotion from her former job as managing editor. She's been at the paper since 2006, but getting...
What explains the rent affordability gap between Los Angeles and San Francisco?
In the city of San Francisco, 68 percent of its rental units were scored as affordable — No. 2 among 50 cities tracked.
San Francisco trial court ruling a temporary setback for Prop. 13
The harmful consequences of the court’s ruling cannot be understated.
What it looks like to be hungry in foodie San Francisco
An exhibit opening in San Francisco on Wednesday, called I Got Nothing, showcases the work of eight recently homeless teenagers and young adults
500 Startups Announces Batch 10 in San Francisco
Can you believe we’re already on our 10th accelerator batch? For those of you keeping track, this is our second batch in San Francisco, and our very FIRST batch in our fancy new office. As always, our companies have all types of founders from everywhere on the globe. There are 28 companies in this group, and 11 of the 28 companies (39%) have at least one woman on the founding team. Additionally, 18 of 28 (64%) have at least one foreign‐born founder. If…
Why They Kneel: The White Privilege of Self-Segregation in Green Bay and San Francisco
To examine the injustice and inequality that prompted some NFL players to protest during the national anthem, each week, for the remainder of the NFL season, The Root will explore the data behind racial disparities in the two cities represented in the National Football League’s premiere matchup—Monday Night Football.
How to Save Portland From Becoming the Next San Francisco
A local architect lays out a vision for a denser Portland—without a housing squeeze.
Evictions In East Boston: Housing Lessons From San Francisco
What can we learn from another major American city that's had a "just cause eviction" statute since 1979 -- and is facing an even deeper housing crisis today?