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The hidden park floating above Oakland
Liam O'Donoghue on his visit to a magical rooftop garden located on the roof of an East Bay parking garage.
By Liam O'Donoghue
How media panic ignited the debunked TikTok violence ‘challenge'
The best way to end a night out in San Francisco
Life inside a century-old SRO hotel in the Tenderloin
Why SFPD's Union Square takeover is scarier than a few burglaries
Can San Francisco survive itself?
SF is at a tipping point. Why our future needs to slow down.
Fleet Week is a stupid waste of time and money
SFGATE's Alex Shultz on why Fleet Week should cease to exist.
By Alex Shultz
This SF cafe has served amazing sandwiches for generations
In this little North Beach spot you can enjoy some of the city's tastiest eats.
By David Curran
Getting rid of a mattress in the Bay Area is a nightmare
Why is it so hard to do the right thing?
By Madeline Wells
The mysterious 'Grim Reapers' that watch over San Francisco
The 12 statues have been mired in controversy since they were installed by helicopter 40 years ago.
By Andrew Chamings
A new bug was named after Jerry Brown. It kind of makes sense.
A new beetle was named after former California Gov. Jerry Brown. The entomologist who discovered the bug says the two may share at least one trait.
By Alec Regimbal
At least one San Francisco tech CEO still supports remote work
One CEO remains steadfast that workers are “responsible adults” and can handle themselves without the watchful eye of their colleagues.
By Joshua Bote
Former anchor Frank Somerville gives first TV interview since DUI
Former KTVU anchor Frank Somerville spoke to KRON about his alcohol use in his first TV appearance since December 2021.
By Dan Gentile
Discover the best of San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood
Come for the theater, stay for the eats.
By Christina Mueller
The mysterious death at the heart of SF's Fillmore Auditorium
In 1966, the founder of San Francisco music venue the Fillmore Auditorium died in a murder that remains unsolved.
By Christian Baba
An endangered species is dying in California from a rare parasite
Sea otters showed signs of a severe form of toxoplasmosis that had never been reported in other aquatic animals before, nor had it ever been detected on the California coastline.
By Amanda Bartlett
Bay Area & State
Tech giant closes 2 SF offices after February layoffs
The tech giant will pay nearly $100 million to consolidate its office space in a newly announced restructuring effort.
By Tessa McLean
Bay Area bookstore closing after 41 years in business
Eastwind Books of Berkeley is set to shut its doors permanently April 30.
By Tessa McLean
Apartment in converted SF firehouse for sale
This $4.5 million unit occupies an entire floor of the Station House building at 6 Mint Plaza.
By Anna Marie Erwert
SF's China Live embroiled in ugly legal fight with landlord
The Chinatown food hall is at risk of eviction, according to lawsuits first reported on by the San Francisco Business Times.
By Alex Shultz
Everything to know about biking San Francisco's Wiggle
The bike route that lets you avoid all the hills.
By Amy Copperman