Iconic Flamin' Groovies Singer Roy Loney Dies At 73Roy Loney, the fiery lead singer who fronted legendary proto-punk garage rockers The Flamin' Groovies before splitting off for a solo career, has died at age 73.
San Francisco Police Identify Teenage Jane Doe In 1976 Cold-Case HomicidePolice in San Francisco announced Thursday evening that the department's Homicide Cold Case Unit and the SFPD Missing Persons Unit have identified the previously unknown 14-year-old female victim in a 1976 cold case homicide.
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Nets Delayed Two YearsConstruction of a suicide prevention net at San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is two years behind schedule because of problems with the lead contractor, officials said.
Vice President Biden In San Francisco For Fundraising EventFormer Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden will be attending a fundraising event in San Francisco on Thursday for his campaign.
Angry Residents Complain About San Francisco's Response To Weekend FloodingAngry residents of San Francisco's West Portal neighborhood vetted their simmering frustrations Wednesday night over the city's response to runoff from a potent weekend storm that flooded their streets and damaged their garages and basements.
A Housing Solution Success Story: Nonprofits Buy Buildings To Prevent DisplacementIt’s a San Francisco success story: nonprofits are increasingly buying buildings citywide to prevent displacement of rent controlled tenants.
Feds: Fentanyl From San Francisco Tenderloin Led To Deaths Of Santa Rosa Baby, FatherThree people were facing federal charges Wednesday after investigators linked the fentanyl deaths of a father and 13-month-old in Santa Rosa to drug dealers in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, prosecutors said.
No Questions Asked - San Francisco Gun Buyback Event Set For SaturdayA gun buyback event happening Saturday in San Francisco will provide an opportunity for anyone looking to turn in their weapons in exchange for money -- no questions asked.
Genesis Tribute Act Offers Up Prog-Rock Classics At RegencyGenesis tribute act the Musical Box celebrates the classic output of the '70s British progressive-rock greats by presenting their stunning recreation of the band's live shows at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco Tuesday night.
Oracle OpenWorld Opts Out Of High-Priced San Francisco; Massive Convention Heads To VegasIn a major hit to San Francisco's hospitality industry, one of its largest annual conventions is leaving the City by the Bay and headed to Sin City.
San Francisco Ballet Celebrates 75th Anniversary Of 'Nutcracker'The San Francisco Ballet presents its annual staging of the classic Russian Christmas ballet when Nutcracker marks its 75th year as part of the company's standard repertoire through Dec. 29.
San Francisco Says Businesses Must Get Permits To Test Tech In PublicTired of San Francisco streets being used as a testing ground for the latest delivery technology and transportation apps, city leaders are now requiring businesses to get permits before trying out new high-tech ideas in public.
Enjoy Small Plates And Cocktails At The Marina's New Bar SolsticeA new bar and restaurant, specializing in cocktails and small plates, has debuted in the neighborhood. Taking over the old Marengo space, the fresh arrival to the Marina, called Solstice, is located at 1980 Union St.
SF Castro District's Squat & Gobble Closing After 22 Years, Change Concepts
3 New Places To Savor Tapas In San FranciscoNothing beats tapas — and if you're in the mood to enjoy them in San Francisco, we've found a lineup of places that will excite your appetite. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for some tapas.