He’s cute. He’s furry. He bites. And he’s been stolen.
It’s New Year’s Eve, and you want to let it all hang out. Awesome. Here’s how to keep it fun, safe and vomit-free.
The big reason to get on board — like San Francisco, Oakland, Richmond, East Palo Alto, and a couple of others — is that it flat out works.
A web of fishing line may be to blame in the death of a young, female Minke whale found north of Bolinas.
If you’re anything like me, you’re wondering what to do with that withered green thing in your living room that used to be your Christmas tree.
For a team whose playoff hopes are riding on this weekend’s performance, it behooves Oakland to have as few dudes on the booboo bench as possible.
You can’t miss the likeness between upcoming film “Bad Ass” and the Epic Beard Man fight on AC Transit.
At least one parent pulled their child from St. Andrew, upset about the fundraising demands placed upon her kid.
Shake off that urge to stay indoors for the next three months after the holidays. SF Beer Week is back.
After much speculation, Andrew Bailey has been traded to the Boston Red Sox for three prospects.
The Giants and Tim Lincecum are millions of dollars and years apart on a new deal for the two-time Cy Young winner.
Red light violators at Fell and Masonic will soon receive in the mail the worst, most expensive photo of themselves since middle school.
After the departure of Carlos Beltran for St. Louis, big bad manager Bruce Bochy has a number of options for building a more effective batting lineup.
As usual, there is no reason to drive drunk on New Year’s Eve. As usual, people will die ignoring that fact.
There is nothing like the beautiful subtlety of thinly shaved white truffles.
The 49ers will pay the price next season for their 2011 success, with road games against Green Bay, New England and New Orleans.
Though required by law to accept credit cards, some San Francisco hacks are requiring riders to pay in cash.
A report by a national baseball writer says that the A’s will get a decision about relocating to San Jose in February.
Gold Rush-era artifacts discovered while building the new Transbay Transit Center — like “many” booze bottles and opium pipes — are now on display near the transit hub’s future home.
Palo Alto is getting a glitzy, vaulted glass-roof design for its new Apple store, much like the one on Manhattan’s tony Upper West Side.