San Francisco Mayor London Breed wants to make it easier for event organizers to obtain permits for parades, street fairs and neighborhood block parties. Breed …
Proposition C, which would tax San Francisco’s wealthiest companies to provide funds for housing and rehabilitating The City’s homeless, appears To have passed.
A man was arrested Monday on suspicion of vandalism and of starting two small fires in Santa Cruz on Aug. 22, police said.
An art gallery with deep roots in San Francisco’s historic Mission District announced Friday it will vacate its main space after 46 years of tenancy.
San Francisco school kids will get an inside look into the city’s sewer system through an animated educational video created by the city’s public utilities commission and the California Academy of Sciences.
Anyone who can play a piano is encouraged to perform publicly in downtown Danville.
A San Leandro High School student will represent the 13th Congressional District in the 2018 Congressional Arts Competition, Rep. Barbara Lee’s office said on Friday.
A new mural will welcome travelers at San Francisco International Airport this week, depicting The City’s most famous landmarks.
City officials broke ground Thursday on one of the biggest waterfront developments in San Francisco.
Larry Harvey, founder of Burning Man, is dead at 70, organizers of the arts festival said on social media shortly after noon Saturday.
Thousands will descend on “Hippie Hill” Friday to take a puff, a few puffs, or many, many puffs of marijuana.
Cars will be banned, though fun will not, in parts of San Francisco’s Bayview/Dogpatch neighborhood Sunday during the Sunday Streets event, organizers said.
The founder of Burning Man, Larry Harvey, has been hospitalized after suffering a massive stroke, organizers of the arts festival said.
The University of California at San Francisco received a $500 million commitment from a charitable foundation to pay for a new seismically sound hospital at the university’s Parnassus Heights campus.
San Francisco city officials this week gave final approval to a 28-acre project at Pier 70 expected to include as many as 3,000 new housing units.
San Francisco’s Arts Commission voted unanimously Monday to begin the process of removing a historic Civic Center statue.
Twice a day, Curtis Reid Henderson scavenges a giant pile of garbage at Recology headquarters to find objects to use in his artwork.
San Francisco residents still have time to enroll at City College of San Francisco for the fall 2017 semester.
The San Francisco Public Library welcomed two Taiwan university students on Wednesday as part of an observational learning agreement.
The developer of a contested four-story housing and retail project in San Francisco’s Mission District has reached agreement with community advocates.