A couple in their 60s headed home from the Valentine’s Day Tony Bennett show at City Hall was kicked off a San Francisco Muni bus even though they had paid the fare.
If you want great entertainment, but a lack of cash has seriously curtailed your desire, just step outside. San Francisco is host to days upon days of free amusement that is legal and comes with a healthy dose of Vitamin D.
Whether you have two sawbucks, four fins, eighty quarters or just one Hamilton, an entrée with a salad, an appetizer, a drink or a dessert can be had for twenty dollars or less all across San Francisco.
In the wake of Fremont-based Solyndra’s demise, the state legislature is trying to give California solar companies a push and level the playing field.
Adding car insurance is may be a lot more affordable than you realize thanks to a little-known California program.
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Facebook will soon begin testing a service that will provide its members local discounts, a move that will put it in direct competition with daily-deals giant Groupon.
In a first for a wireless carrier, AT&T Inc. said Monday that it will use its phones’ location-sensing ability to target text ads with coupons and other offers to participating subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.