Killings in tourist hotspots, at packed nightclubs and at a gay-pride street party were some of the tragic headlines from 2010, a year in which, as of Dec. 18, 48 people were murdered in The City. Although most of these homicides are unrelated, many of them share one similar trait: They remain unsolved.
The California Coastal Commission has threatened to slap The City with fines of thousands of dollars a day unless officials address the illegitimate way they’ve handled erosion along Ocean Beach for more than a decade.
You really have to hand it to LeBron James. Just when you think he couldn’t do or say anything more embarrassing or damaging to his reputation than “The Decision,” he delivers “The Contraction.”
Hundreds of symphony, opera, chamber music and dance performances are slated for the first half of 2011. To narrow the focus, here’s a look at some notable upcoming presentations offered not by The City’s big, long-established groups, but by small- and medium-sized organizations.
Like many people, comedian Marga Gomez is ready to wave goodbye to 2010. Social media madness, the stunning longevity of Sarah Palin and economic mood swings — enough already.
Faves and raves by Bryan Ranere
Michael Grassman has worked for the Aquarium of the Bay for about two years. He and other staff have welcomed a new member to the fish family: a shovelnose guitarfish.
WHO: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
WHAT: Assange told Britain’s Sunday Times that he has signed deals for his autobiography that are worth more than $1.5 million. The money, he said, would help Assange defend himself against allegations of sexual assault made by two women in Sweden.
Thousands of shoppers wandered the streets of San Francisco Sunday in search of great deals,
clogging streets and sidewalks in some of The City’s most popular shopping districts.
A man who was shot and killed along with two others in South San Francisco Wednesday has been identified by the San Mateo County coroner's office.